Up to 12,000 NATO troops in Afghanistan post-2014: US
Nato may station up to 12,000 troops in Afghanistan to train and assist Kabul's forces after the alliance's combat mission there against the Taliban ends in 2014, US officials said Friday.
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#1 Feb 23, 2013
and for what, let these global war criminals knock at their stupid, criminal, empty, degenerate, greedy blockheads.
Out and completely, all this trash and scum out of Afghanistan.
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