Obama apologizes to Afghanistan’s Karzai for Koran burning

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from the White House:

“Following up on their February 20 phone call, the President sent a letter to President Karzai to continue their discussion on a range of issues related to our long-term partnership. In the letter, delivered by Ambassador Crocker this afternoon in Kabul, the President also expressed our regret and apologies over the incident in which religious materials were unintentionally mishandled at Bagram Airbase.” – Tommy Vietor, NSC Spokesman

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