National Security

July 1, 2009 6:56 PM

Jones: No more U.S. troops to Afghanistan this year

After hearing a "drumbeat" for more troops, White House National Security Adviser James L. Jones has told U.S. commanders in Afghanistan that they won't get any more troops this year beyond what President Barack Obama already has promised.

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