Karim Khalili, the second vice president of Afghanistan, greets Afghan security forces in Marjah, Afghanistan on March 1, 2010. Khalili joined U.S. Army General Stanley A. McChrystal in touring the once-time Taliban stronghold now held by U.S. and Afghan forces. (Dion Nissenbaum/MCT)
Karim Khalili, the second vice president of Afghanistan, greets Afghan security forces in Marjah, Afghanistan on March 1, 2010. Khalili joined U.S. Army General Stanley A. McChrystal in touring the once-time Taliban stronghold now held by U.S. and Afghan forces. (Dion Nissenbaum/MCT) Dion Nissenbaum / MCT
Karim Khalili, the second vice president of Afghanistan, greets Afghan security forces in Marjah, Afghanistan on March 1, 2010. Khalili joined U.S. Army General Stanley A. McChrystal in touring the once-time Taliban stronghold now held by U.S. and Afghan forces. (Dion Nissenbaum/MCT) Dion Nissenbaum / MCT

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