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Afghan Government Bans Some American Forces For Links To Killings And Torture

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Afghanistan's government is demanding that American special forces units leave a key province near the capital. Afghan officials have said Afghan troops working with the Americans may be be connected to kidnappings and torture of civilians. U.S. officials are still trying to get more information about the allegations. Audie Cornish talks with Tom Bowman.
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