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Commander Vows to Protect Afghan Elections

The new operational commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan promised Tuesday to protect the country’s parliamentary elections in the fall and played down the unsuccessful hunt for Osama bin Laden and other top al-Qaida and Taliban leaders. Maj. Gen. Jason Kamiya took command of the 18,000-strong U.S.-led coalition in Afghanistan as American troops based in Europe rotate into the country ahead of parliamentary elections expected in September. Full Story

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