It's go-for-broke time on 9th anniversary of war
The war in Afghanistan go into its 10th year Thursday with key players prevarication their bets, uncertain whether the Obama direction is prepared to stay for the long haul, move rapidly to exit an increasingly disliked conflict, or amazing in between.

Terror that his Western associates may in the end abandon him, Afghan President Hamid Karzai has started to get ready his nation for a withdrawal of international forces by shoring up relations with neighboring Pakistan and attainment out to insurgents interested in understanding.

Pakistan, America's supposed ally, says it's fighting insurgents. But it still tolerates al-Qaida and Afghan Taliban militants hiding out on its soil — out of reach of U.S.-led NATO ground forces.

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