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Dannatt: UK never had enough troops in Sangin

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Almost four months after British forces withdrew from the town of Sangin in Afghanistan, both soldiers and Afghans are still being killed on the ground.

That is because the American army have changed military tack and are taking the battle to the Taliban in a way the British did not.

The BBC's Paul Wood has been embedded with a group of US Marine and reports from the front line and General Sir Richard Dannatt reflects on recent events.


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