Voice of America: Police Mistrust Threatens US-Afghan Alliance in Key Town

15.03.12

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by DAVID AXE

The effort to shore up security in Afghanistan is shifting.

As U.S. and other NATO troops prepare to depart, they are stepping up the training of local security forces and weakening the Taliban where they can. In the remote eastern town of Marzak, Afghanistan, a plan to shut down a nearby Taliban supply line nearly collapsed when one police leader rebelled.

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