An Afghan employee of the U.S. government opened fire inside a CIA office in Kabul on Sunday evening, killing an American and injuring a second, U.S. and Afghan officials said, in the second major breach of embassy security in two weeks.
The killing adds to a sense of insecurity already heightened by a 20 hour-siege of the diplomatic district in mid-September, and the assassination a week later of the top government peace envoy, former President Burhanuddin Rabbani.
The CIA compound inside the Ariana hotel is one of the most heavily guarded in Kabul, and has been off-limits — along with the road that runs beside it — for almost a decade, since shortly after the Taliban’s fall from power in 2001
Source: Mirwais Harooni and Emma Graham-Harrison for Reuters.
An Afghan employee of the U.S. government opened fire inside a CIA office in…
by Tactical-Life.com / Sep 26, 2011