Afghanistan -- the other Iraq?
The United Nations suspended operations in southern and eastern Afghanistan on Monday after the killing of a French U.N. worker and a series of terrorist attacks.
U.N. associate spokeswoman Marie Okabe announced the suspension of the operations, which deal mainly with humanitarian relief, health care and refugees.
She said U.N. international staff from the southern provincial capital of Ghazni, where Bettina Goislard was killed on Sunday, had been relocated to Kabul. Afghan staff in the city were confined to their compounds and homes, she said....