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Reforms sought to keep U.S. funds from going to terrorist-linked contractors

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Federal officials have paid at least $5 million for reconstruction work in Afghanistan to five subcontractors with ties to enemy groups and it's almost impossible for them to stop doing so, according to Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction John F. Sopko. The reason is under present law only the Department of Defense can quickly terminate contracts with entities found to have ties...

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