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NATO approves security plans for Afghan south

NATO has approved plans to take charge of security responsibilities in Afghanistan’s volatile south in what will likely be one of its most testing missions ever, a spokesman said on Thursday. The plans, approved on Wednesday in Brussels, would now be put to 11 other non-NATO members of the coalition for approval. A civilian spokesman for the alliance, Mark Laity, told a news conference the remaining members of the coalition would report back by Friday. Full Story

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