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Kandahar Residents Voice Concern Over Planned U.S. Offensive

Al Jazeera English, Video, Posted: Apr 06, 2010



U.S. forces in Afghanistan are planning a major military offensive on Kandahar, a Taliban-controlled province of more than 2 million people, for later this year.

The United States says the offensive is aimed at handing power back to the people.

Al Jazeera's David Chater travelled to Kandahar to hear what people there think about the planned U.S. military operation.


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