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Britain risks defeat in Afghanistan: former military chief

The former chief of the British military said the country’s armed forces risked defeat in operations in Afghanistan due to a lack of clear strategy, The Observer newspaper reported. Field Marshal Sir Peter Inge, the former chief of the defence staff, attacked Britain’s military operations in Afghanistan and Iraq and come on the back of the present army head saying British troops should leave Iraq “sometime soon” because their presence was exacerbating security problems there. “I don’t believe we have a clear strategy, either in Afghanistan or Iraq,” Inge said at a meeting sponsored by the Open Europe think tank last week, the newspaper said. Full Story

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