NATO to endorse Afghan exit plan, seeks routes out


They were just a few of the thousands of people streaming into the Windy City to protest at the NATO summit taking place there now. And apparently these hoards of vocal citizens expressing their opinions were getting a warm

By David Brunnstrom and Missy Ryan | CHICAGO (Reuters) – NATO leaders will endorse plans to hand over combat command in Afghanistan by mid-2013 on Monday and seek practical progress in opening routes to bring an international army of more than 130000

At least 20 people arrested or detained by Chicago police during Sunday's NATO protests were released from custody overnight, according to other protesters and representatives of a lawyers' organization offering them free legal advice.

They were just a few of the thousands of people streaming into the Windy City to protest at the NATO summit taking place there now. And apparently these hoards of vocal citizens expressing their opinions were getting a warm

At least 20 people arrested or detained by Chicago police during Sunday's NATO protests were released from custody overnight, according to other protesters and representatives of a lawyers' organization offering them free legal advice.

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