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Afghan Lakeside Resort Struggles to Recover from June Attacki
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Bethany Matta
October 04, 2012 2:06 PM
In June, Taliban militants stormed a hotel at the Qargha Lake resort area a short drive from Kabul. At least 18 people died in the 12-hour assault, which the Taliban said was aimed at punishing people for partying, drinking alcohol and other un-Islamic activities. Bethany Matta reports on whether the once popular resort is making a comeback.

Afghan Lakeside Resort Struggles to Recover from June Attack

Bethany Matta

Published October 04, 2012

In June, Taliban militants stormed a hotel at the Qargha Lake resort area a short drive from Kabul. At least 18 people died in the 12-hour assault, which the Taliban said was aimed at punishing people for partying, drinking alcohol and other un-Islamic activities. Bethany Matta reports on whether the once popular resort is making a comeback.


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