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NATO Takes Over Afghan Duties From U.S

U.S.-led coalition soldiers gave NATO troops responsibility for security in much of western Afghanistan on Tuesday, as part of plans for the 8,000-strong NATO force to gradually relieve American soldiers across the country. The International Security Assistance Force, currently under NATO command, already maintains security in the capital, Kabul, and other parts of the nation. The transfer of authority will free up troops in the 18,000-soldier U.S.-led coalition to concentrate on hunting al-Qaida and Taliban holdouts in the south and east of the country.Full Story

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