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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 police officers get training in Herat, western, Afghanistan, on April 21, 2010. NATO defense ministers have approved a mission to train the Afghan police in paramilitary skills in a bid to cut the force's soaring death rate. NATO is keen to strengthen Afghanistan's security forces so that it can eventually pull its own troops out of the country. UPI/Hossein Fatemi
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