NATO airstrikes on Sunday targeting insurgents in Afghanistan. NATO says that nine people were killed, while Afghan officials put that number at 14. A senior NATO official issued a "heartfelt apology" for the bungled airstrike. Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai lashed at out NATO and the United States, saying this was their "final warning." Peter Galbraith, is a former U.N. Deputy Special Representative for Afghanistan. He explores how these recent events will affect the future of what NATO and the United States are trying to accomplish in Afghanistan.
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