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Police police officers attend a graduation ceremony at a police training
centre in Kabul on Feb. 21. Afghan forces, police and army, are due to
take full security responsibility from their Western allies, a U.S.-led NATO
force, by the end of 2014 when foreign troops leave the country. (SHAH MARAI/AFP/Getty Images)
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