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Afghan police school tries to fix struggling force
The National Police Academy in Afghanistan is trying to change the face of the force long riddled with corruption and incompetence, along with rivalries within factions, as the U.S. and NATO plan to withdraw all forces from the country at the end of 2014.
Afghan National Police Academy Director Maula Dad Pazoish tries out a table football in a recreation room at the police academy in Kabul, Afghanistan. "The people brought into the police are bringing a bad name to the police, not just in Kabul but all over in the provinces. They are bringing us a bad reputation because of lack of education", Maula said. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)