April 25, 2014

Doctors in Afghanistan Didn't Die in Vain

Frida Ghitis, CNN

The Associated Press

There is no doubt that we will hear more sad news from Afghanistan. More people will die. But we should remember that those who have sacrificed have done it for something important, worthy. They have alleviated suffering and helped bring the prospect of a lasting, better future for the people of Afghanistan. It's no time to despair.

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