Monday, October 11, 2004
Of couse it wasn't their country that was attacked:
COALITION commanders in Afghanistan have begun playing down the importance of Osama Bin Laden — in sharp contrast to the statements made earlier this year that he would be caught by the end of 2004.
“From the Afghan point of view we don’t want to focus too much on Bin Laden,” said Major-General John Cooper, deputy commander of the American-led coalition forces.
“He is not necessarily the major player. He will be caught one day but his whereabouts today won’t have a huge effect.”...
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