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Lisbon summit sees "turning point" for Nato‎

The Nato‎ summit held in Lisbon, Portugal is being billed as the most important meeting in the alliance's 61‑year history.

Some of the topics of the agenda will be a framework on how to pass security to Afghan forces over the next four years.

The handover from Nato‎-led forces to local Afghan units is expected to finish by a target date of 2014.

The BBC's political correspondent, Carole Walker, reports.

  • 18 Nov 2010
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