In northern Afghanistan, over a thousand people have joined a protest to demand foreign troops get out of the country. The rally in the city of Mazar-i-Sharif was sparked by a NATO raid on a market in which two local security guards were killed. The demonstrators insist the two posed no threat, but the Alliance says they were shot after refusing to put down their weapons. It has added to the growing anger over the number of civilian deaths in the country. Just on Friday, NATO accepted blame for accidentally killing 6 civilians in eastern Afghanistan. RT discusses the issue with Lizette Potgieter, a journalist in Kabul.