Afghans selling US army 'files'

Thursday, 13 April 2006, 3:26 PM EST

US forces in Afghanistan are checking reports that stolen computer hardware containing military secrets is being sold at a market beside a big US base.

Shopkeepers at a market next to Bagram base, outside Kabul, have been selling memory drives stolen from the facility, the Los Angeles Times newspaper says.

At the BBC.

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