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Description From left to right: Jamaluddin Badar, Nuristan provincial governor, Lutfullah Mashal, Langham provincial governor, Gul Agha Sherzai, Nangarhar provincial governor, and Fazlullah Wahidi, Kunar provincial governor, huddle together prior to the start of the first regional Jirga Oct. 22, 2009, to talk about peace, prosperity and the rehabilitation of Afghanistan. The governor's laid out their homegrown plan to improve the security and development of the four easternmost Afghanistan provinces to more than 300 leaders and elders from tribes, villages and districts in the four eastern provinces at the Nangarhar governor's compound. The overarching purpose of the Jirga is to engage anti-government elements and the local population to bring them closer to the government, while maintaining a close relationship with Coalition Forces. (Air Force photo by Capt. Tony Wickman/RELEASED)
Date 27 October 2009, 08:38
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