Afghan Soldiers kicked out

Afghan authorities have detained or removed hundreds of soldiers in an investigation into rising insider attacks against international service personnel. Lt. Gen. James Terry, commander of the U.S.-led coalition's joint command in Afghanistan, told Pentagon reporters Wednesday that he had heard 200 to 300 soldiers were removed in the re-vetting process, but that he had not yet confirmed those numbers with the Afghan government. Some were removed because of concerns about drug abuse.