NATO commander: More troops needed in Afghanistan

September 7, 2006 10:45

NATO's top commander, Gen. James L. Jones, on Thursday called for allied nations to send reinforcements to southern Afghanistan, saying the coming weeks could be decisive in the fight against the Taliban. Jones will meet top generals from the 26 NATO nations Friday and Saturday in Warsaw, Poland, to generate troops, planes and helicopters needed for the mission in southern Afghanistan.

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