US-Afghan operations suspended

Most military operations between the United States and Afghanistan were suspended after what appeared to be an insider attack left four Americans dead, NBC News reported. The suspensions are indefinite, according to officials, meaning it could last months. The Americans are in the middle of a massive pullout of 23,000 US troops from Afghanistan by the end of the summer but has committed to keeping a significant military presence in the country until 2014.

Published: Wednesday, 09/19/2012 12:00 am EDT

Most military operations between the United States and Afghanistan were suspended after what appeared to be an insider attack left four Americans dead, NBC News reported. The suspensions are indefinite, according to officials, meaning it could last months. The Americans are in the middle of a massive pullout of 23,000 US troops from Afghanistan by the end of the summer but has committed to keeping a significant military presence in the country until 2014.

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