U.S. Military Personnel Remain in Afghanistan NPR's David Molpus reports that with war looming in Iraq, some of the 10,000 military personnel still in Afghanistan are feeling forgotten. They're building roads and schools and health clinics, and still hunting remnants of al Qaeda and the Taliban. They fear intensified attacks in Afghanistan once war begins in Iraq.
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U.S. Military Personnel Remain in Afghanistan

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U.S. Military Personnel Remain in Afghanistan

U.S. Military Personnel Remain in Afghanistan

U.S. Military Personnel Remain in Afghanistan

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NPR's David Molpus reports that with war looming in Iraq, some of the 10,000 military personnel still in Afghanistan are feeling forgotten. They're building roads and schools and health clinics, and still hunting remnants of al Qaeda and the Taliban. They fear intensified attacks in Afghanistan once war begins in Iraq.