The spike of insider attacks — 45 NATO troops have perished this year — has sparked concerns that Afghan forces will not be capable of taking over security by 2014 as planned.
U.S. Gen. John R. Allen, who commands NATO’s 129,000-strong force, briefed the alliance’s top decision-making body on Wednesday about the attacks.
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