US probes reported record-shredding of fuel buys for Afghan army | Reuters

WASHINGTON, Sept 10 (Reuters) - Investigators are probing reports of
record-shredding by officials in the U.S.-led NATO command that trains the
Afghan army after learning that records of fuel purchases for the Afghans
totaling nearly $475 million are gone.

The training command has also not been tracking whether the fuel it
delivers to the Afghan army is actually used or stored, leaving officials
unable to determine whether any of it was stolen, said an interim report by
the Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction, or SIGAR.

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