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The U.S. is underreporting the number of incidents in which U.S. and coalition troops have been fired on by Afghan soldiers and police, the AP reports. The coalition reports fatalities, but it does not mention those wounded or incidents in which troops were fired on but no one was hit. (Associated Press)

The U.S. is underreporting the number of incidents in which U.S. and coalition troops have been fired on by Afghan soldiers and police, the AP reports. The coalition reports fatalities, but it does not mention those wounded or incidents in which troops were fired on but no one was hit. (Associated Press)

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