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  • Kurdish forces close in on ISIS militants who seized Syrian prison

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  • Syrian crimes against humanity successfully prosecuted in Germany

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US general: 'We are on a positive path' in Afghanistan

03:32

The US-Afghan deal is on shaky ground now that Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai is upping the ante and making new demands. An Afghanistan commander said his forces are still dependent on U.S. Gen. James McConville, who commands about 10,000 troops in eastern Afghanistan. But no U.S.-Afghan deal may mean McConville’s troops and the Afghan soldiers are in limbo. NBC’s Richard Engel reports.