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Afghans to spy on own troops to stop ‘insider’ attacks

By Kevin Sieff, Published: August 20

KABUL — Afghan officials say they have launched an expanded effort to spy on their own police and army recruits, an acknowledgment that previous measures designed to reduce insurgent infiltration in the country’s security services have failed.

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