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News of the world: White House wants to cut Afghan war costs; Karzai decries civilian casualties; Obama names new military chiefs (The Envoy)

The Envoy - â?¢ The cost of war will be big factor in determining cuts in U.S. troops for Afghanistan. (Washington Post) â?¢ Afghan President Hamid Karzai warns NATO against air strikes on Afghan homes after 14 civilians killed. (New York Times) â?¢ Obama nominates Martin Dempsey to be next chairman of joint chiefs of staff, and Ray [...]
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