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VOA News
October 04, 2012
AFGHAN INSIDER ATTACKS The top U.S. general in Afghanistan acknowledged that militants have made “insider attacks” their signature weapon in Afghanistan. NATO forces continue to be killed by their Afghan allies. Just this summer US officials were insisting that insider attacks were caused by “personal grievances” or “disagreements and animosities” among Afghan and NATO soldiers. Will insider attacks force a new strategy in Afghanistan? GUEST Phil Stewart: Pentagon Correspondent, Reuters News Service.

On the Line "Afghan Insider Attacks"

VOA News

Published October 04, 2012

AFGHAN INSIDER ATTACKS The top U.S. general in Afghanistan acknowledged that militants have made “insider attacks” their signature weapon in Afghanistan. NATO forces continue to be killed by their Afghan allies. Just this summer US officials were insisting that insider attacks were caused by “personal grievances” or “disagreements and animosities” among Afghan and NATO soldiers. Will insider attacks force a new strategy in Afghanistan? GUEST Phil Stewart: Pentagon Correspondent, Reuters News Service.