NATO Warns Karzai to Sign Troop Accord or Risk PulloutJames G. Neuger and Terry Atlas
NATO pushed Afghanistan to agree to a scaled-back international troop presence after the withdrawal of all combat forces at the end of 2014, warning that the alternative would be a complete pullout that leaves the country at the mercy of a reinvigorated Taliban.
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