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Malim Manan, Kawri Village of Mirabad, passes out

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Malim Manan, Kawri Village of Mirabad, passes out information on national solidarity programs to
elders of Mirabad Valley during a shura at Patrol Base Wali, Uruzgan, Afghanistan, Dec. 29, 2011. Approximately 80 elders were expected to attend the shura to discuss future developments, however more than 150 came to meet with provincial leaders.

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29/12/2011
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