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AFGHANISTAN-ATTACK/
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July 13, 2015
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH

An Afghan man receives treatment at...
Khost, Afghanistan
An Afghan man receives treatment at a hospital after sustaining injuries in Sunday's car bomb attack...
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH

An Afghan man receives treatment at a hospital after sustaining injuries in Sunday's car bomb attack in Khost, southern Afghanistan July 13, 2015. A suicide car bomb killed 25 people and wounded 10 in southeastern Afghanistan close to a U.S. base on Sunday, police said. REUTERS/Anwarullah
AFGHANISTAN-REFUGEES/
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July 06, 2014
Displaced Pakistani girls carry drinking water on their heads at a refugee camp in Khost province July...
Khost, Afghanistan
Displaced Pakistani girls carry drinking water on their heads at a refugee camp in Khost province
Displaced Pakistani girls carry drinking water on their heads at a refugee camp in Khost province July 2, 2014. Thousands of refugees fleeing an offensive by Pakistan's army have poured across the lawless border into ramshackle camps on rugged hills in Afghanistan. The mass departures over the porous border, which many in any case do not recognise, mark a change. For the first time in more than 30 years beleaguered residents are escaping into Afghanistan and not out of it, an irony not lost on local officials or refugee agencies. Picture taken on July 2, 2014. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-REFUGEES/
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July 06, 2014
A displaced Pakistani child plays outside his tent at a refugee camp in Khost province July 2, 2014....
Khost, Afghanistan
A displaced Pakistani child plays outside his tent at a refugee camp in Khost province
A displaced Pakistani child plays outside his tent at a refugee camp in Khost province July 2, 2014. Thousands of refugees fleeing an offensive by Pakistan's army have poured across the lawless border into ramshackle camps on rugged hills in Afghanistan. The mass departures over the porous border, which many in any case do not recognise, mark a change. For the first time in more than 30 years beleaguered residents are escaping into Afghanistan and not out of it, an irony not lost on local officials or refugee agencies. Picture taken on July 2, 2014. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-REFUGEES/
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July 06, 2014
A displaced Pakistani child stands at a refugee camp in Khost province July 2, 2014. Thousands of refugees...
Khost, Afghanistan
A displaced Pakistani child stands at a refugee camp in Khost province
A displaced Pakistani child stands at a refugee camp in Khost province July 2, 2014. Thousands of refugees fleeing an offensive by Pakistan's army have poured across the lawless border into ramshackle camps on rugged hills in Afghanistan. The mass departures over the porous border, which many in any case do not recognise, mark a change. For the first time in more than 30 years beleaguered residents are escaping into Afghanistan and not out of it, an irony not lost on local officials or refugee agencies. Picture taken on July 2, 2014. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-REFUGEES/
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July 06, 2014
Displaced Pakistani children play outside their tent at a refugee camp in Khost province July 2, 2014....
Khost, Afghanistan
Displaced Pakistani children play outside their tent at a refugee camp in Khost province
Displaced Pakistani children play outside their tent at a refugee camp in Khost province July 2, 2014. Thousands of refugees fleeing an offensive by Pakistan's army have poured across the lawless border into ramshackle camps on rugged hills in Afghanistan. The mass departures over the porous border, which many in any case do not recognise, mark a change. For the first time in more than 30 years beleaguered residents are escaping into Afghanistan and not out of it, an irony not lost on local officials or refugee agencies. Picture taken on July 2, 2014. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-REFUGEES/
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July 06, 2014
Displaced Pakistani children play outside their tent at a refugee camp in Khost province July 2, 2014....
Khost, Afghanistan
Displaced Pakistani children play outside their tent at a refugee camp in Khost province
Displaced Pakistani children play outside their tent at a refugee camp in Khost province July 2, 2014. Thousands of refugees fleeing an offensive by Pakistan's army have poured across the lawless border into ramshackle camps on rugged hills in Afghanistan. The mass departures over the porous border, which many in any case do not recognise, mark a change. For the first time in more than 30 years beleaguered residents are escaping into Afghanistan and not out of it, an irony not lost on local officials or refugee agencies. Picture taken on July 2, 2014. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-REFUGEES/
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July 06, 2014
A general view of a refugee camp for displaced Pakistanis in Khost province July 2, 2014. Thousands of...
Khost, Afghanistan
A general view of a refugee camp for displaced Pakistanis in Khost province
A general view of a refugee camp for displaced Pakistanis in Khost province July 2, 2014. Thousands of refugees fleeing an offensive by Pakistan's army have poured across the lawless border into ramshackle camps on rugged hills in Afghanistan. The mass departures over the porous border, which many in any case do not recognise, mark a change. For the first time in more than 30 years beleaguered residents are escaping into Afghanistan and not out of it, an irony not lost on local officials or refugee agencies. Picture taken on July 2, 2014. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-VIOLENCE/
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December 26, 2012
Afghan policemen carry the dead body of a victim at a local hospital after a suicide bomb attack in Khost...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan policemen carry the dead body of a victim at a local hospital after a suicide bomb attack in Khost...
Afghan policemen carry the dead body of a victim at a local hospital after a suicide bomb attack in Khost province December 26, 2012. A suicide bomber killed three people in an attack on a U.S. base in Afghanistan on Wednesday, the same base that is believed to be used by the CIA and which a suicide bomber attacked three years ago killing seven CIA employees. REUTERS/Anwarullah (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
AFGHANISTAN-VIOLENCE/
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December 26, 2012
Afghan policemen carry the dead body of a victim at a local hospital after a suicide bomb attack in Khost...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan policemen carry the dead body of a victim at a local hospital after a suicide bomb attack in Khost...
Afghan policemen carry the dead body of a victim at a local hospital after a suicide bomb attack in Khost province December 26, 2012. A suicide bomber killed three people in an attack on a U.S. base in Afghanistan on Wednesday, the same base that is believed to be used by the CIA and which a suicide bomber attacked three years ago killing seven CIA employees. REUTERS/Anwarullah (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
AFGHANISTAN-BLAST/
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October 01, 2012
An Afghan man inspects the scene of a suicide bomb attack in Khost province October 1, 2012. Three NATO...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan man inspects the scene of a suicide bomb attack in Khost province
An Afghan man inspects the scene of a suicide bomb attack in Khost province October 1, 2012. Three NATO soldiers and an Afghan interpreter were killed, along with at least nine civilians, in the suicide bomb attack on a foot patrol in volatile eastern Khost province on Monday, a NATO spokeswoman and local witnesses said. REUTERS/ Anwarullah (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
AFGHANISTAN-BLAST/
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October 01, 2012
An Afghan boy receives treatment at a hospital after a suicide bomb attack in Khost province October...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan boy receives treatment at a hospital after a suicide bomb attack in Khost
An Afghan boy receives treatment at a hospital after a suicide bomb attack in Khost province October 1, 2012. Three NATO soldiers and an Afghan interpreter were killed, along with at least nine civilians, in a suicide bomb attack on a foot patrol in volatile eastern Khost province on Monday, a NATO spokeswoman and local witnesses said. REUTERS/ Anwarullah (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST HEALTH)
FILM-PROTESTS/
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September 15, 2012
Afghan men attend a protest as they shout anti-U.S. slogans during a demonstration in Khost province...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan men attend a protest as they shout anti-U.S. slogans during a demonstration in Khost province
Afghan men attend a protest as they shout anti-U.S. slogans during a demonstration in Khost province September 15, 2012. Hundreds of Afghans protest against the movie insulted Islam Prophet Mohammad. REUTERS/Anwarullah (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
FILM-PROTESTS/
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September 15, 2012
Afghan protesters set fire to a U.S. flag as they shout slogans during a demonstration in Khost province...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan protesters set fire to a U.S. flag as they shout slogans during a demonstration in Khost province...
Afghan protesters set fire to a U.S. flag as they shout slogans during a demonstration in Khost province September 15, 2012. Hundreds of Afghans protested against a movie they say insults Prophet Mohammad. REUTERS/Anwarullah (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-BOMBING/
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June 20, 2012
An Afghan man receives treatment at a hospital after a suicide bomb blast in Khost province June 20,...
Khost, Afghanistan
An Afghan man receives treatment at a hospital after a suicide bomb blast in Khost province
An Afghan man receives treatment at a hospital after a suicide bomb blast in Khost province June 20, 2012. A suicide bomber on a motorbike attacked a convoy of NATO troops in the eastern Afghan city of Khost on Wednesday killing 10 civilians, hospital officials said, the second attack on foreign forces in the troubled province this month. REUTERS/Anwarullah (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
AFGHANISTAN-BOMBING/
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June 20, 2012
Afghan men stand over the bodies of a suicide bomb blast victims at a hospital in Khost province June...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan men stand over the bodies of a suicide bomb blast victims at a hospital in Khost province
Afghan men stand over the bodies of a suicide bomb blast victims at a hospital in Khost province June 20, 2012. A suicide bomber on a motorbike attacked a convoy of NATO troops in the eastern Afghan city of Khost on Wednesday killing 10 civilians, hospital officials said, the second attack on foreign forces in the troubled province this month. REUTERS/Anwarullah (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
AFGHANISTAN/
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February 24, 2012
Afghan protesters burn a picture of U.S. President Barack Obama during a protest in Khost province February...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan protesters burn U.S. president Barack Obama picture during a protest in Khost province
Afghan protesters burn a picture of U.S. President Barack Obama during a protest in Khost province February 24, 2012. Twelve people were killed on Friday in the bloodiest day yet in protests that have raged across Afghanistan over the desecration of copies of the Muslim holy book at a NATO military base with riot police and soldiers on high alert braced for more violence. REUTERS/Anwarullah (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
AFGHANISTAN KORANS LABOURER
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February 24, 2012
Smoke rises from burning supply trucks for NATO forces during a protest in Khost Province February 24,...
Khost, Afghanistan
Smoke rises from burning supply trucks for NATO forces during a protest in Khost Province
Smoke rises from burning supply trucks for NATO forces during a protest in Khost Province February 24, 2012. Twelve people were killed on Friday in the bloodiest day yet in protests that have raged across Afghanistan over the desecration of copies of the Muslim holy book at a NATO military base with riot police and soldiers on high alert braced for more violence. REUTERS/Anwarullah (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
AFGHANISTAN/
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December 21, 2011
Afghan policemen keep watch near the body of a suicide attacker, who tried to enter a branch of Kabul...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan policemen keep watch near the body of a suicide attacker, who tried to enter a branch of Kabul...
Afghan policemen keep watch near the body of a suicide attacker, who tried to enter a branch of Kabul Bank, in Khost province December 21, 2011. The suicide bomber was killed by Afghan National Police in Khost province on Wednesday, the interior ministry said in a statement. REUTERS/Anwarullah (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
AFGHANISTAN CIVILIANS/
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July 14, 2011
Afghan men carry bodies of villagers who were killed overnight by a military raid, during a protest in...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan men carry bodies of villagers who were killed overnight by a military raid, during a protest in...
Afghan men carry bodies of villagers who were killed overnight by a military raid, during a protest in eastern Khost province July 14, 2011. The first half of this year was the deadliest six months for civilians in Afghanistan since the decade-old war began, the country's U.N. mission said on Thursday. REUTERS/Anwarullah (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT OBITUARY)
AFGHANISTAN-CIVILIANS/
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July 14, 2011
Afghan men protest against the killing of six people who they claim were civilians, after an overnight...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan men protest against the killing of six people who they claim were civilians, after an overnight...
Afghan men protest against the killing of six people who they claim were civilians, after an overnight military raid in Khost province July 14, 2011. The first half of this year was the deadliest six months for civilians in Afghanistan since the decade-old war began, the country's U.N. mission said on Thursday. REUTERS/Anwarullah (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
AFGHANISTAN-CIVILIANS/
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April 20, 2010
Afghans pray in front of coffins of victims killed late Monday in Khost proince April 20, 2010. NATO-led...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghans pray in front of coffins of victims killed late Monday in Khost proince
Afghans pray in front of coffins of victims killed late Monday in Khost proince April 20, 2010. NATO-led troops opened fire on a vehicle in southeastern Afghanistan, killing four unarmed men inside, the alliance said on Tuesday, the latest in series of incidents in recent weeks the United Nations calls disturbing. QUALITY FROM SOURCE REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
AFGHANISTAN EXPLOSIONS/
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June 22, 2009
An injured youth lies on a hospital bed after explosions in Khost province, June 22, 2009.Two bombs,...
Khost, Afghanistan
An injured youth lies on a hospital bed after explosions in Khost province
An injured youth lies on a hospital bed after explosions in Khost province, June 22, 2009.Two bombs, one worn by a suicide bomber, exploded in Afghanistan's southeastern town of Khost on Monday and killed at least eight civilians, provincial officials said. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN EXPLOSIONS/
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June 22, 2009
Afghan policemen inspect the site of a suicide blast in Khost province June 22, 2009. Two bombs, one...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan policemen inspect the site of a suicide blast in Khost province
Afghan policemen inspect the site of a suicide blast in Khost province June 22, 2009. Two bombs, one worn by a suicide bomber, exploded in Afghanistan's southeastern town of Khost on Monday and killed at least eight civilians, provincial officials said. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN EXPLOSIONS/
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June 22, 2009
An Afghan policeman inspects the site of a suicide blast in Khost province June 22, 2009. Two bombs,...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan policeman inspects the site of a suicide blast in Khost province
An Afghan policeman inspects the site of a suicide blast in Khost province June 22, 2009. Two bombs, one worn by a suicide bomber, exploded in Afghanistan's southeastern town of Khost on Monday and killed at least eight civilians, provincial officials said. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN/
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April 09, 2009
A villager looks at a bloodied door of a house after a military raid in a village in Gurbuz district...
Afghanistan
A villager looks at bloodied door of a house after a military raid in a village in Gurbuz district of...
A villager looks at a bloodied door of a house after a military raid in a village in Gurbuz district of Khost province April 9, 2009. U.S. and Afghan forces killed four militants, including two women, and detained three others on Wednesday near Khost city, some 150 km (95 miles) southeast of Kabul, U.S. forces said in a statement. But local residents disputed the military's account, saying five civilians, a female teacher, her son, brother in-law and two more non-combatants were killed in the raid. Another woman was wounded, they said. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTXDT20
April 09, 2009
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH

The body of an infant boy who died...
Afghanistan
Body of an infant boy who died after a military raid in a village in Gurbuz district of Khost province...
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH

The body of an infant boy who died after a military raid is seen in a village in Gurbuz district of Khost province April 9, 2009. U.S. and Afghan forces killed four militants, including two women, and detained three others on Wednesday near Khost city, some 150 km (95 miles) southeast of Kabul, U.S. forces said in a statement. But local residents disputed the military's account, saying five civilians, a female teacher, her son, brother in-law and two more non-combatants were killed in the raid. Another woman was wounded, they said. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS MILITARY)
AFGHANISTAN-DEVOLOPMENTS
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April 09, 2009
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH

A villager looks at an infant boy...
GURBUZ, Afghanistan
A villager looks at an infant boy who died after a military raid in a village in Gurbuz district of Khost...
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH

A villager looks at an infant boy who died after a military raid in a village in Gurbuz district of Khost province April 9, 2009. U.S. and Afghan forces killed four militants, including two women, and detained three others on Wednesday near Khost city, some 150 km (95 miles) southeast of Kabul, U.S. forces said in a statement. But local residents disputed the military's account, saying five civilians, a female teacher, her son, brother in-law and two more non-combatants were killed in the raid. Another woman was wounded, they said. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS MILITARY IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
AFGHANISTAN/
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March 25, 2009
A wounded man is being treated at a hospital after a roadside bomb blast in Khost province March 25,...
Khost, Afghanistan
Wounded man is being treated at a hospital after a roadside bomb blast in Khost province
A wounded man is being treated at a hospital after a roadside bomb blast in Khost province March 25, 2009. A roadside bomb on Wednesday killed nine passengers, including a woman and a child, and wounded 7 others aboard a bus in Sabri district, about 150 km (95 miles) southeast of Kabul, the district governor Gul Qasem said. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-VIOLENCE/
RTXD1MC
March 21, 2009
Security personnel survey the site of a suicide car bomb blast in Khost province March 21, 2009. A roadside...
Khost, Afghanistan
Security personnel survey the site of a suicide car bomb blast in Khost province
Security personnel survey the site of a suicide car bomb blast in Khost province March 21, 2009. A roadside bomb struck a passing car in the southeastern province of Khost, near a Muslim shrine, where hundreds of people were gathering to celebrate the Afghan New Year, the provincial police chief told Reuters. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
AFGHANISTAN VIOLENCE/
RTXD1MB
March 21, 2009
A security officer surveys the site of a suicide car bomb blast in Khost province March 21, 2009. A roadside...
Khost, Afghanistan
A security officer surveys the site of a suicide car bomb blast in Khost province
A security officer surveys the site of a suicide car bomb blast in Khost province March 21, 2009. A roadside bomb struck passing car in the southeastern province of Khost, near a Muslim shrine, where hundreds of people were gathering to celebrate the Afghan New Year, the provincial police chief told Reuters. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN VIOLENCE/
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March 21, 2009
An Afghan man looks at the site of a suicide car bomb blast in Khost province March 21, 2009. A roadside...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan man looks at the site of a suicide car bomb blast in Khost province
An Afghan man looks at the site of a suicide car bomb blast in Khost province March 21, 2009. A roadside bomb struck a passing car in the southeastern province of Khost, near a Muslim shrine, where hundreds of people were gathering to celebrate the Afghan New Year, the provincial police chief told Reuters. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
AFGHAN-VIOLENCE/
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February 10, 2009
Afghan police stand in a crater caused by a suicide bomb blast in Khost province February 10, 2009. A...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan police stand in a crater caused by a suicide bomb blast in Khost province
Afghan police stand in a crater caused by a suicide bomb blast in Khost province February 10, 2009. A suicide bomb hit a convoy of NATO-led troops and killed two soldiers in southeastern Afghanistan on Tuesday, officials said. REUTERS/Elyas Wahdat (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN-VIOLENCE/
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December 28, 2008
A wounded Afghan boy receives treatment at a hospital after a suicide attack in Khost province December...
Khost, Afghanistan
A wounded Afghan boy receives treatment at a hospital after a suicide attack in Khost province
A wounded Afghan boy receives treatment at a hospital after a suicide attack in Khost province December 28, 2008. A suicide bomber killed at least six people, four of them children, and wounded 36 more in an attack on a government building in southeastern Khost province on Sunday, officials said. REUTER/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN-VIOLENCE/
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December 28, 2008
A wounded Afghan boy receives treatment at a hospital after a suicide attack in Khost province December...
Khost, Afghanistan
A wounded Afghan boy receives treatment at a hospital after a suicide attack in Khost province
A wounded Afghan boy receives treatment at a hospital after a suicide attack in Khost province December 28, 2008. A suicide bomber killed at least six people, four of them children, and wounded 36 more in an attack on a government building in southeastern Khost province on Sunday, officials said. REUTER/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN-VIOLENCE/
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December 28, 2008
Afghan police officers inspect the site of a blast in Khost province December 28, 2008. A suicide bomber...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan police officers inspect the site of a blast in Khost province
Afghan police officers inspect the site of a blast in Khost province December 28, 2008. A suicide bomber killed at least six people, four of them children, and wounded 36 more in an attack on a government building in southeastern Khost province on Sunday, officials said. REUTERS/Elyas Wahdat (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN CIVILIANS/
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November 10, 2008
Afghan men look at a vehicle which was damaged in a gunfight in Khoni Khowar in Khost province November...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan men look at a vehicle which was damaged in a gunfight in Khoni Khowar
Afghan men look at a vehicle which was damaged in a gunfight in Khoni Khowar in Khost province November 10, 2008. The governor of the eastern province of Khost said an air strike killed 14 Afghan security guards working for a road construction project. REUTERS/ Elyas Wahdat (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN CIVILIANS/
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November 10, 2008
Afghan men look at a vehicle which was damaged in a gunfight in Khoni Khowar in Khost province November...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan men look at a vehicle which was damaged in a gunfight in Khoni Khowar
Afghan men look at a vehicle which was damaged in a gunfight in Khoni Khowar in Khost province November 10, 2008. The governor of the eastern province of Khost said an air strike killed 14 Afghan security guards working for a road construction project. REUTERS/ Elyas Wahdat (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN VIOLENCE/
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May 30, 2008
Afghan policemen inspect the wreckage of a vehicle used by a suicide bomber in Khost province May 30,2008....
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan policemen inspect the wreckage of a vehicle used by a suicide bomber in Khost
Afghan policemen inspect the wreckage of a vehicle used by a suicide bomber in Khost province May 30,2008. Afghan security forces along with U.S.-led coalition forces regained control of a district centre in the province of Ghazni after the Taliban had captured it overnight provincial governor,Shir Khosti told Reuters. REUTERS/ Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN-VIOLENCE/
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March 19, 2008
Afghans point at the wall of a house damaged by a U.S.-led coalition raid in the village of Muqibel in...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghans point at a wall damaged by a U.S.-led coalition raid in the village of Muqibel
Afghans point at the wall of a house damaged by a U.S.-led coalition raid in the village of Muqibel in the province of Khost March 19, 2008. U.S.-led coalition troops killed three men, two children and a woman, in a raid in southeastern Afghanistan, provincial officials and village residents said on Wednesday. They said the victims, from the families of two brothers, were all civilians, but the U.S. military said the two brothers were involved in conducting bombing operations using improvised explosive devices. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN-VIOLENCE/
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March 19, 2008
Relatives attend the funeral for one of the victims of a U.S.-led coalition raid in the village of Muqibel...
Khost, Afghanistan
Relatives attend funeral for victim of U.S.-led coalition raid in Muqibel in Afghanistan
Relatives attend the funeral for one of the victims of a U.S.-led coalition raid in the village of Muqibel in the province of Khost March 19, 2008. U.S.-led coalition troops killed three men, two children and a woman, in a raid in southeastern Afghanistan, provincial officials and village residents said on Wednesday. They said the victims, from the families of two brothers, were all civilians, but the U.S. military said the two brothers were involved in conducting bombing operations using improvised explosive devices. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN)
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March 19, 2008
Relatives look at the body of a victim of a U.S.-led coalition raid in the village of Muqibel in the...
Khost, Afghanistan
Relatives look at the body of a victim of a U.S.-led coalition raid in the village of Muqibel in Afghanistan...
Relatives look at the body of a victim of a U.S.-led coalition raid in the village of Muqibel in the province of Khost March 19, 2008. U.S.-led coalition troops killed three men, two children and a woman, in a raid in southeastern Afghanistan, provincial officials and village residents said on Wednesday. They said the victims, from the families of two brothers, were all civilians, but the U.S. military said the two brothers were involved in conducting bombing operations using improvised explosive devices. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN/VIOLENCE
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April 14, 2007
A policeman checks on his wounded comrade after a suicide bomb blast in the eastern city of Khost April...
Khost, Afghanistan
A policeman checks on his wounded comrade after a suicide bomb blast in the eastern city of Khost
A policeman checks on his wounded comrade after a suicide bomb blast in the eastern city of Khost April 14, 2007. A suicide bomber blew himself up outside an Afghan police headquarters in the east of the country on Saturday, killing at least eight people, officials said. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN-VIOLENCE/
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December 14, 2006
Tribesmen protest demanding the punishment of foreign troops who killed at least four people, including...
Khost, Afghanistan
Tribesmen protest in Khost
Tribesmen protest demanding the punishment of foreign troops who killed at least four people, including a teenage girl, in a raid on Tuesday, in the southeastern province of Khost December 14, 2006. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN SUICIDE
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June 06, 2006
U.S. soldiers keep watch near the site of a suicide bomb blast in Khost province, Afghanistan June 6,...
Khost, Afghanistan
US soldiers keep watch near site of suicide bomb blast in Khost province in Afghanistan
U.S. soldiers keep watch near the site of a suicide bomb blast in Khost province, Afghanistan June 6, 2006. A teenage Taliban suicide bomber rammed his taxi into a U.S. coalition convoy in southeast Afghanistan on Tuesday, blowing himself to pieces and wounding three U.S. soldiers, officials and witnesses said.
REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN SUICIDE
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June 06, 2006
U.S. soldiers keep watch near the site of a suicide bomb blast in Khost province, Afghanistan June 6,...
Khost, Afghanistan
US soldiers keep watch near site of suicide bomb blast in Khost province in Afghanistan
U.S. soldiers keep watch near the site of a suicide bomb blast in Khost province, Afghanistan June 6, 2006. A teenage Taliban suicide bomber rammed his taxi into a U.S. coalition convoy in southeast Afghanistan on Tuesday, blowing himself to pieces and wounding three U.S. soldiers, officials and witnesses said.
REUTERS/Kamal Sadat (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN VIOLENCE
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February 02, 2006
Afghans look at the wreckage of a car that was bombed in the southeastern province of Khost, Afghanistan...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghans look at wreckage of car bombed in southeastern province of Khost
Afghans look at the wreckage of a car that was bombed in the southeastern province of Khost, Afghanistan February 2, 2006. A suicide bomber detonated the car packed with explosives in Afghanistan, killing three government soldiers and wounding three others, police said on Thursday.The attack occurred at a checkpoint in Khost on Wednesday when Afghan soldiers and U.S. troops were checking vehicles, a police official said. Picture taken February 2, 2006. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat
AFGHAN VIOLENCE
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February 02, 2006
Afghans look at the wreckage of a car that was bombed in the southeastern province of Khost, Afghanistan...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghans look at wreckage of car bombed in southeastern province of Khost
Afghans look at the wreckage of a car that was bombed in the southeastern province of Khost, Afghanistan February 2, 2006. A suicide bomber detonated the car packed with explosives in Afghanistan, killing three government soldiers and wounding three others, police said on Thursday.The attack occurred at a checkpoint in Khost on Wednesday when Afghan soldiers and U.S. troops were checking vehicles, a police official said. Picture taken February 2, 2006. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat
AFGHAN  CHRISTMAS
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December 24, 2005
Captain Clace Perzel, made-up to look like Santa Claus, poses with colleagues during celebrations to...
Khost, Afghanistan
Solider dressed as Santa Claus poses with colleagues during celebrations to mark Christmas at US base...
Captain Clace Perzel, made-up to look like Santa Claus, poses with colleagues during celebrations to mark Christmas eve at the U.S. base in Khost province, south of Kabul December 24, 2005. REUTERS/Musadeq Sadeq/Pool
AFGHANISTAN CHRISTMAS
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December 24, 2005
U.S. soldiers unload mail boxes and Christmas gift boxes to mark Christmas at the U.S. base in Khost...
Khost, Afghanistan
US soldiers unload mail and gift boxes to mark Christmas at US base in Khost province, south of Kabul...
U.S. soldiers unload mail boxes and Christmas gift boxes to mark Christmas at the U.S. base in Khost province, south of Kabul, Afghanistan December 24, 2005. REUTERS/Musadeq Sadeq/Pool
AFGHANISTAN
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May 03, 2005
An Afghan man prays at a shrine where, 39 al Qaeda fighters were killed in Khost province, Afghanistan...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan man prays at a shrine where, 39 al Qaeda fighters were killed in Khost.
An Afghan man prays at a shrine where, 39 al Qaeda fighters were killed in Khost province, Afghanistan about 220 km (138 miles) southeast of Kabul May 3, 2005. Afghan villagers offer prayers both as a mark of respect and a token through which many believe the deceased will remember the visitor and ask God to fulfil their wishes. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood AM/LA
AFGHANISTAN
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May 03, 2005
Afghan men pray at a shrine where, 39 al Qaeda fighters were killed in Khost province, Afghanistan about...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan men pray at a shrine where, 39 al Qaeda fighters were killed in Khost.
Afghan men pray at a shrine where, 39 al Qaeda fighters were killed in Khost province, Afghanistan about 220 km (138 miles)southeast of Kabul May 3, 2005. Afghan villagers offer prayers both as a mark of respect and a token through which many believe the deceased will remember the visitor and ask God to fulfill their wishes. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood AM/LA
AFGHANISTAN
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May 03, 2005
Afghan women pray at a shrine where, 39 al Qaeda fighters were killed in Khost province, Afghanistan...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan women pray at a shrine where, 39 al Qaeda fighters were killed in Khost province.
Afghan women pray at a shrine where, 39 al Qaeda fighters were killed in Khost province, Afghanistan about 220 km (138 miles) southeast of Kabul May 3, 2005. Afghan villagers offer prayers both as a mark of respect and a token through which many believe the deceased will remember the visitor and ask God to fulfil their wishes. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood AM/LA
AFGHANISTAN
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May 03, 2005
An Afghan child walks past graves at a shrine where, 39 al Qaeda fighters were killed in Khost province,...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan child walks past graves at a shrine where, 39 al Qaeda fighters were killed in Khost.
An Afghan child walks past graves at a shrine where, 39 al Qaeda fighters were killed in Khost province, Afghanistan about 220 km (138 miles) southeast of Kabul May 3, 2005. Afghan villagers offer prayers both as a mark of respect and a token through which many believe the deceased will remember the visitor and ask God to fulfil their wishes. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood AM/LA
AFGHANISTAN
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May 03, 2005
An Afghan man prays at a shrine where 39 al Qaeda fighters were killed in Khost province, Afghanistan...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan man prays at a shrine where, 39 al Qaeda fighters were killed in Khost.
An Afghan man prays at a shrine where 39 al Qaeda fighters were killed in Khost province, Afghanistan about 220 km (138 miles) southeast of Kabul May 3, 2005. Afghan villagers offer prayers both as a mark of respect and a token through which many believe the deceased will remember the visitor and ask God to fulfil their wishes. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood AM/LA
AFGHANISTAN
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May 02, 2005
Afghan local tribal leader Hakim Wali asks questions during a public awareness meeting about parliamentary...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan local tribal leader Hakim Wali asks questions during a public awareness meeting about ...
Afghan local tribal leader Hakim Wali asks questions during a public awareness meeting about parliamentary election rules in Khost, Afghanistan. Afghan local tribal leader Hakim Wali (R) asks questions during a public awareness meeting about parliamentary election rules, provided by the Joint Electoral Management Body (JEMB) in Khost province, Afghanistan about 220 km (136 miles) southeast of Kabul May 2, 2005. Registration opened in Afghanistan on Saturday for candidates hoping to win a seat in parliament in a September 18th election, another big step on the country's path to stability. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN
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May 02, 2005
Afghan local tribal leaders participate in a public awareness about parliamentary election rules in Khost,...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan local tribal leaders participate in a public awareness about parliamentary election ...
Afghan local tribal leaders participate in a public awareness about parliamentary election rules in Khost, Afghanistan. Afghan local tribal leaders participate in a public awareness about parliamentary election rules, provided by the Joint Electoral Management Body (JEMB) in Khost province, Afghanistan about 220 km (136 miles) southeast of Kabul May 2, 2005. Registration opened in Afghanistan on Saturday for candidates hoping to win a seat in parliament in a September 18th election, another big step on the country's path to stability. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN
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May 02, 2005
Afghan tribal leader handles prayer beads during public awareness programme about parliamentary election...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan tribal leader handles prayer beads during public awareness programme about parliamentary ...
Afghan tribal leader handles prayer beads during public awareness programme about parliamentary election rules in Khost province, southeast of Kabul. An Afghan local tribal leader handles his prayer beads during a public awareness programme about parliamentary election rules provided by the Joint Electoral Management Body (JEMB) in the Khost province, about 220 km (137 miles) southeast of Kabul, May 2, 2005. Registration opened in Afghanistan on Saturday for candidates hoping to win a seat in parliament in a September 18 election, another big step on the country's path to stability. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN
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May 02, 2005
Afghan local tribal leaders participate in a public awareness about parliamentary election rules in Khost,...
Khost, Afghanistan
Afghan local tribal leaders participate in a public awareness about parliamentary election ...
Afghan local tribal leaders participate in a public awareness about parliamentary election rules in Khost, Afghanistan. Afghan local tribal leaders participate in a public awareness about parliamentary election rules, provided by the Joint Electoral Management Body (JEMB) in Khost province, Afghanistan about 220 km (136 miles) southeast of Kabul May 2, 2005. Registration opened in Afghanistan on Saturday for candidates hoping to win a seat in parliament in a September 18th election, another big step on the country's path to stability. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHAN USA RAID
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October 21, 2004
Relatives of Afghan Mohammad Rais Khan, killed by U.S. troops, pray over his grave in Lakan a village...
Lakan, Afghanistan
Relatives of Afghan Khan pray over his grave in Lakan.
Relatives of Afghan Mohammad Rais Khan, killed by U.S. troops, pray over his grave in Lakan a village about 20km (13 miles) east of the southeastern city of Khost in this picture taken October 21, 2004. One brother was shot dead by U.S. troops, another died in U.S. custody the following day. It happened about a month ago, and villagers of Lakan, in the Pashtun tribal belt on Afghanistan's southern border with Pakistan, are still looking for an explanation. Picture taken October 21, 2004. REUTERS/Kamal Sadat SD/LA
AFGHANISTAN
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July 01, 2004
A U.S. Army soldier searches an armed Afghan man in Ali Shir district about 30 km north of the southeastern...
Khost, Afghanistan
US SOLDIER SEARCHES AN ARMED AFGHAN MAN NORTH OF KHOST.
A U.S. Army soldier searches an armed Afghan man in Ali Shir district about 30 km north of the southeastern Afghan town of Khost, July 1, 2004. As it trains a new national army, the 20,000-strong U.S.-led force in Afghanistan still relies on the support of militiamen loyal to Afghanistan's various armed factions for its war against Islamic militants, complicating efforts to disarm them. Photo taken July 1. REUTERS/Samar Zawak DB/FA
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