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English: Members of the Afghan national army stand in formation as part of the Victory Day Parade at the Olympic Centre in Kabul, Afghanistan, April 28. The parade is held every year in to commemorate the day when the Afghan mujahideen overthrew the socialist government in Afghanistan in 1992.
فارسی: اعضای ارتش ملی افغانستان به هنگام رژهٔ روز پیروزی در مرکز المپیک کابل در ۲۸ آوریل ۲۰۱۰ به نظم ایستاده‌اند. رژهٔ نظامیان همه ساله برای بزرگداشت روز آزادی افغانستان که طی آن مجاهدین افغان دولت سوسیالیستی این کشور را در سال ۱۹۹۲ برانداختند برگزار می‌شود.
Date 28 April 2010, 07:36
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