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NATO/Afghanistan: Abusive Partners Undermine Transition Plan

Human Rights Watch
Friday 19 November 2010

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(New York) - Leaders attending the NATO Summit meeting in Lisbon should make a public commitment to a security transition plan for Afghanistan that bars engaging with abusive and corrupt commanders, forces, and contractors, Human Rights Watch said today. The meeting opens on November 19, 2010.

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