Newly-graduated Afghan National Army (ANA) cadets are reflected in a pair of comrades sunglasses as they attend their graduation ceremony at the Afghan Kabul Military training centre (KMTC) in Kabul on December 30, 2014. AFP PHOTO/Wakil Kohsar
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German opposition lawmakers called Tuesday for an investigation into reports that the country's army and foreign intelligence agency contributed to a NATO list of Taliban targets in Afghanistan, some of whom were killed.Germany had the third-largest contingent of troops participating in NATO's International Security Assistance Force for Afghanistan, which ended this year.Beck added that other NATO members may have drawn on the list, containing more than 650 names, when conducting their own missions.
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