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Av loren adams - 27 oktober 2015 06:31

  Rescue efforts are being stepped up to help those affected by the magnitude-7.5 earthquake which hit remote areas of Afghanistan and Pakistan on Monday.

At least 275 people are known to have died, and up to 2,000 were injured.

Rescue teams have been sent to remote mountainous areas where the effects of the quake are still unclear.

The quake's focus was deep, reducing its impact. Victims included 12 Afghan schoolgirls killed in a stampede as they tried to leave their classes.

"They fell under the feet of other students," a disaster official in the province of Takhar told Reuters.

Reports said many people across the region, afraid of a new quake, spent the night sleeping outside in temperatures close to freezing.

Afghanistan's Chief Executive, Abdullah Abdullah, said the earthquake was the strongest felt in the country in recent decades.

The government was working to provide assistance for those affected, he said.

One official from the north-eastern Badakhshan province told Associated Press that rescue teams would not be able to reach affected mountainous areas until later on Tuesday.

Parts of the province have also been seized by Taliban fighters.

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Av loren adams - 24 oktober 2015 10:11

And it`s home,boys,home 
Home I`d like to be home for a while 
In me me own country, 
Where the oak and the ash and the bonny rowan tree 
Are all a-growin` green in the old country. 

 

I missed Home 

i feel so sad here but i know i will have my freedom so soon

then i can be with my family again

but i love my job and i will have much time again after my retirement to spend the rest of my life with you and my family.

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Av loren adams - 23 oktober 2015 10:54

“Who is in charge of the clattering train?
The axles creak and the couplings strain,
and the pace is hot and the points are near,
and sleep hath deadened the driver's ear,
and the signals flash through the night in vain.
For death is in charge of the clattering train.”

 

Edwin J. Milliken, quoted by Winston Churchill in the debate on the air estimates in the House of Commons, 19 March 1935

 

 

Av loren adams - 21 oktober 2015 16:53

         a Russian SU-24M jet fighter armed with laser guided bombs takes off from a runaway at Hmeimim airbase in Syria. Russia and the United States signed an agreement Oct. 20 designed to minimize the risk of collisions and other dangers as both countries carry out airstrikes in Syria. (Alexander Kots, Komsomolskaya Pravda, Photo via AP)

Av loren adams - 21 oktober 2015 07:46

Love, when you think about it,          is often something that happens even though you do not want. Something profound as risk destroying your whole world if you just let it, but you have to let it, you have no choice.

Av loren adams - 21 oktober 2015 06:44

  Kabul (AFP) - A US F-16 was struck by enemy fire in eastern Afghanistan, military officials have confirmed to AFP, in a rare instance of an advanced fighter jet coming under a Taliban-claimed attack.

 

The multi-million dollar jet sustained significant damage, forcing it to jettison its fuel tanks and munitions before returning to base, officials said.

The attack occurred last Tuesday in the Sayid Karam district of eastern Paktia province, much of which is under control of the Taliban, who have been waging an insurgency against US-led NATO forces and government troops since they were forced from power in 2001.

Av loren adams - 19 oktober 2015 17:33
Wrap me up in my tarpaulin jacket 
And say a poor buffer lies low;
And six stalwart lancers shall carry me
With steps solemn, mournful and slow.

 
Av loren adams - 18 oktober 2015 15:03

         Hi Love

missed you so much

even though..I'm not here to talk to you..but your thought filled my heart with your love
will talk to you in the morning

my Hummy bird
my Angel
My War Queen
my Woman,
My Sweetie
Have a wonderful and sweet dreams
will talk to you in the morning

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