Video: Nato Study Shows Friction In Afghan Soldier Relationship

The NATO coalition has put together a study on the relationship between U.S. allies and the Afghans they are training which provides insight into possible reasons behind attacks from the Afghan soldiers. Allen Pizzey reports.

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