In this Friday, Oct. 19, 2012 photo, a member Afghanistan's elite Civil Order Police stands next to a bullet damaged windsheild of his armored vehicle after coming back from a patrol in Marjah, southern Helmand province, Afghanistan. The window is decorated with a picture of Afghanistan's famed anti-Taliban warrior Ahmed Shah Masood. As the U.S. and NATO close out their mission in Afghanistan preparing for the final withdrawal of combat troops by the end of 2014, the worry looms large that fresh outbursts of ethnically motivated fighting would send the country into a spiral of chaos and violence. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

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In this Friday, Oct. 19, 2012 photo, a member Afghanistan's elite Civil Order Police stands next to a bullet damaged windsheild of his armored vehicle after coming back from a patrol in Marjah, southern Helmand province, Afghanistan. The window is decorated with a picture of Afghanistan's famed anti-Taliban warrior Ahmed Shah Masood. As the U.S. and NATO close out their mission in Afghanistan preparing for the final withdrawal of combat troops by the end of 2014, the worry looms large that fresh outbursts of ethnically motivated fighting would send the country into a spiral of chaos and violence. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)
In this Friday, Oct. 19, 2012 photo, a member Afghanistan's elite Civil Order Police stands next to a bullet damaged windsheild of his armored vehicle after coming back from a patrol in Marjah, southern Helmand province, Afghanistan. The window is decorated with a picture of Afghanistan's famed anti-Taliban warrior Ahmed Shah Masood. As the U.S. and NATO close out their mission in Afghanistan preparing for the final withdrawal of combat troops by the end of 2014, the worry looms large that fresh outbursts of ethnically motivated fighting would send the country into a spiral of chaos and violence. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)
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