Many U.S. troops could stay in Afghanistan

Jan 4, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WPTZ-TV Plattsburgh

The United States could keep between 6,000 and 15,000 troops in Afghanistan after the official 2014 NATO withdrawal, say officials familiar with plans submitted to the Pentagon by the current U.S. commander in that country, Gen.

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Jan 4, 2013
 
this brutal crime against humanity and genocide musrt be over and all these war criminals ( usa, nato ) must leave this Afghanistan. They are the main source of human tragedies there.
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now its clear that after 2014 afghan regime will collapse and taliban will capture many parts of afghanistan, afghanistan is not iraq, taliban and other militias are strong and stronger every day and without nato regime will collapse, now taliban control many teritories and they have support from pakistan taliban and foreign fighters, karzai is mayor of kabul and after 2014 could be taliban prisoner
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6000 us troops or 15000 after 2014, it is the same, taliban have 30000-40000 fighters plus pakistan taliban and foreign fighters, they controling many parts of afghanistan and spreading control, after 2014 Karzai have two options, go in other country or became taliban prisoner, afghan army and police are no effective, after 2014 many will change side and go to taliban and other militias, it is real story

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