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May 10, 2010 5:19 PM

Corruption, incompetence charges plague new Afghan police force

Although the members of Afghanistan's elite new police force have been touted as the country's best and brightest, U.S. military strategists find that they're plagued by the same problems as Afghanistan's conventional police, who are widely considered corrupt, ineffective and inept.

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