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Description ISAF Deputy Commander, British Lt. Gen. Nick Parker, left, meets with Afghanistan National Army Brig. Gen. Akram Sameh in Farah Province, April 7, 2010. Gen. Parker met with Afghan, Italian and American forces during his two-day visit to the province, in addition to attending a shura with Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan officials in the village of Qa Ryeh Sirak. (ISAF Photo by U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Rylan K. Albright)
Date 2010-06-26 03:05 (UTC)

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