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New commander faces challenge of winding down Afghanistan war

By David Alexander
Tue Dec 4, 2012 1:55pm EST

(Reuters) - Marine Corps General Joseph Dunford, who takes over as head of international forces in Afghanistan next year, faces the challenge of winding down a war in a country where he has little experience using a strategy he did not devise.

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