Stopping Insurgents at Afghanistan's Border
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Stopping Insurgents at Afghanistan's Border

U.S. troops have been establishing new command posts along the Pakistan - Afghanistan border to stem the flow of insurgents. An increase in IED and suicide attacks, combined with tenuous alliances with Pakistani and Afghan troops, has made their work difficult. Video by Ann Scott Tyson/The Washington Post Editor: Francine Uenuma/washingtonpost.com

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