Top U.S. officials have decided to suspend most joint U.S.-Afghan military operations following Sunday's insider attacks, which killed six troops, four Americans and two Brits. The order suspends most activity on the ground" until further notice." Attacks in which Afghans turn their guns on supposed allies have left 51 NATO troops dead this year alone.
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