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More Troops Sought to Fight Resurgent Taliban

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More Troops Sought to Fight Resurgent Taliban

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More Troops Sought to Fight Resurgent Taliban

More Troops Sought to Fight Resurgent Taliban

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NATO-led military strikes against resurgent Taliban forces continue in Afghanistan, and the military coalition seeks to bring more troops and peacekeeping forces into action nearly five years after U.S.-led forces routed the Islamic fundamentalist group.

Lt. Gen. Karl Eikenberry, commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, talks with Mike Pesca about efforts to halt the rising tide of violence.