The Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA), based in Pakistan, called on the United Nations to stop the flow of arms into Afghanistan in order to bring peace to the country.
In order to end the fighting in Afghanistan, according to RAWA, "The UN must first and foremost impose strict and serious sanctions on countries which continue to support the Taliban and their rivals with arms and money."
RAWA also declared in their statement that the UN economic sanctions against the country "provide the Taliban with the excuse to expand opium production as well as with a propaganda windfall to project themselves as nationalists standing up against American tyranny."
5/22/2013 Army Commander Suspended for Adultery Amid Wave of Sexual Assaults - On Tuesday, Brigadier General Bryan T Roberts was suspended from his position as commander of the Fort Jackson, South Carolina training camp which trains approximately 60% of incoming female recruits pending an investigation into allegations of adultery.
Roberts was suspended following allegations of "adultery and a physical altercation." Colonel Christian Kubik, an Army spokesperson for the Training and Doctrine Command, told reporters "We don't have any evidence of any sexual assault. . . .