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US plans big spending boost for Afghanistan

The United States is planning a sharp increase in spending on security and reconstruction in Afghanistan to counter an anticipated offensive by Taliban forces this spring, the Washington Post has reported. The White House will ask Congress for seven to eight billion dollars on top of already budgeted funds for Afghanistan in its upcoming budget proposal, the Post said, citing unnamed officials of the administration of President George W. Bush. Full Story

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