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  • In this Sunday, Sept. 22, 2002 file picture, U.S. Army soldiers of Task Force Panther 82nd Airborne Division take a local man suspected of sheltering al-Qaida members into questioning after seaerching a compound in the southeast region of Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Wally Santana, File)

    DE BORCHGRAVE: Close but no Afghan SIGAR

    After no fewer than 10 quarterly reports to Congress, 40 percent of $56 billion allocated to civilian projects in Afghanistan, or $22.4 billion in U.S. taxpayer funds, cannot be accounted for by SIGAR, the Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction.

  • ** FILE ** Sen. Claire McCaskill, Missouri Democrat

    Pressure builds for firing of Afghan IG

    A call to fire the inspector general charged with sniffing out fraud and corruption in Afghanistan's reconstruction grew a little louder and became bipartisan Wednesday.

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