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LONDON (Reuters) - The United States and Britain, the foreign countries with the most troops in Afghanistan, called on reluctant NATO allies on Wednesday to share the burden of combat against hardline Taliban guerrillas.
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, in London for talks with British leaders on Afghan strategy, said only a small number of NATO nations had troops in the most dangerous areas of Afghanistan.
"We believe very strongly that there ought to be a sharing of that burden throughout the (NATO) alliance," Rice told reporters traveling with her.