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U.S. assistance to the Afghan army and police will be cut by more than half before the withdrawal of U.S. combat troops in 2014, the Pentagon said.
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Afghan President Hamid Karzai (C) talks to a wounded Afghan National Army (ANA) soldier at a hospital in Bagram Airfield during a visit on May 8, 2010. Karzai said the United States and its allies still have a long way to go before their security operations are successful in his country. "We have traveled far together, but the international effort in Afghanistan still has miles to go," Karzai wrote in an op-ed piece in The Washington Post. "We are not yet delivering security to large portions of the country." UPI/Massoud Hossaini/POOL
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