In a string of villages in eastern Afghanistan, it's no longer the threat of Taliban suicide attacks that keeps residents here up at night.
More than a decade after this war began, the villagers said they have a new fear.
"The helicopters," one villager told ABC News. "Our children start crying the moment they hear them flying low over our houses."
ABC News spoke to a number of residents of Wardak province, the restive area east of Kabul where Afghan President Hamid Karzai has given U.S....Full Story