Afghan national police officers march during a graduation ceremony July 14, 2011, at a National Police training center in Jalalabad, Afghanistan. The U.S. military has suspended training for at least a month of some Afghan forces while the Americans review the process of vetting new recruits following a spike in deadly attacks on international troops last month, officials said Sunday.

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