In Push To Ban Security Firms, Karzai Eases Deadline

Afghan President Hamid Karzai recently pushed back the deadline for disbanding security firms in Afghanistan from Dec. 15 to mid-February. The president says the heavily armed private security workers are destabilizing the country, harassing the public and undermining the country's own security forces.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai recently pushed back the deadline for disbanding security firms in Afghanistan from Dec. 15 to mid-February. The president says the heavily armed private security workers are destabilizing the country, harassing the public and undermining the country's own security forces.