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NATO chief bemoans limits on troops in Afghanistan

The head of the NATO military alliance urged member nations on Friday to drop the restrictions they impose on their troops in Afghanistan, saying this was hampering the ability to fight Taliban militants. NATO currently has around 31,000 soldiers in Afghanistan but some member nations have placed so-called caveats on what their troops can do. Some are not allowed to operate at night and others have been banned from fighting altogether. Full Story

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