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Bomber strikes NATO convoy in Afghanistan

A suicide car bomber struck a NATO convoy Wednesday in southern Afghanistan, wounding two soldiers and damaging a vehicle, while a NATO air strike killed three suspected insurgents in the east. British Gen. David Richards, NATO’s top commander in Afghanistan, told The Financial Times in an interview published Wednesday that he doesn’t have enough forces to defeat the Taliban within the next six months, but they can still make “sufficient improvements” to keep Afghans confident in the government and international community. Full Story

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