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In part two of our series, Al Jazeera examines the often hidden world of rape and abuse in the US military.
New security measures amount to 'virtual strip searches' and 'breast groping', critics and some travelers say.
Donors reluctant to fund Afghan government because of corruption and weak ministries.
US watchdog says bureaucracy, a lack of experience and violence are responsible.
Firms asked to resubmit bids for tankers after report criticises initial process.
Watchdog says US Air Force made "significant" errors in contract decision.
US congress report says economic impact of punitive measure on Tehran not clear.
Congressional watchdog says Baghdad has not met most political and security goals.
Bush administration seeks to downplay report due for release next week.
At least 190,000 rifles and pistols for Iraqi soldiers and police are unaccounted for.
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