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U.S. Soldier Shoots Afghan Civilians

In Afghanistan, an American soldier has reportedly gone on a shooting spree outside the city of Kandahar. Early reports say the soldier killed at least 15 Afghan civilians. Guest host Linda Wertheimer talks with NPR's Kabul Bureau Chief Quil Lawrence about what is known about the incident.
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U.S. Apologizes For Deadly Shootings In Afghanistan

Early reports are conflicting, but at least 16 civilians are reported dead. NATO hasn't confirmed the death toll, but has detained the accused service member.
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U.S., Afghan Forces Try To Rebuild Trust

More than 70 members of the NATO coalition have been killed by men in Afghan police or army uniforms in the last five years. After several recent attacks, new measures are being put in place.
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Deal To Hand Over Prison To Afghans Is Key To Transition, U.S. General Says

Afghan and American officials today signed an agreement that will turn over control of the main U.S. detention center in that country to the Afghan government.
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Memorial For Iraq And Afghanistan Vets In The Works

Plans are in the works to honor veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan with a tribute on the National Mall.

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Two More Americans Killed In Afghanistan

It isn't known yet whether the murders were in response to the burning of Qurans by international forces. But they follow a wave of anti-American protests and four other killings of U.S. personnel.
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In Mock Village, A New Afghan Mission Takes Shape

U.S. forces intend to stay in Afghanistan through 2014. But they are preparing to launch a new approach that would put Afghan troops in the lead when it comes to fighting the Taliban. These American advisers are currently being trained at an Army base in Louisiana.

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