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  • Group walking. (Photo Credit: SKVemmer/State Dept)

    Secretary Clinton meets President Karzai

    U.S. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton met with President Hamid Karzai in Kabul on October 20, 2011. They discussed a variety of issues of mutual concern to the U.S and Afghanistan.

  • Photo Credit SKVemmer/Dept of State

    Secretary Talks with Afghan Leaders

    Secretary Clinton met and exchanged views with civil society leaders over tea at the residence of the Deputy Ambassador at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul on October 20, 2011.

  • Group cutting ribbon (Photo Credit: S. Vemmer/State Dept)

    Herat Citadel Restored

    Ambassador Crocker, Governor Saba, Minister Raheen, German Cultural Affairs Counselor Dierkes-Leifeld and AKTC Director Ajmal Maiwandi cut the ribbon to open the restored Herat Citadel.

  • Kids looking at paintings (Photo Credit: State Dept)

    Kids learn about U.S.-Afghan History

    About 120 Kabul school children visited the Queen's Palace for a tour of Babur Garden and a visit to the U.S. Embassy supported Meridian photo-exhibit, In Small Things Remembered.

  • Ambassador Pearce Visits Badakhshan

    Ambassador Pearce Visits Badakhshan

    On October 11, Ambassador David D. Pearce visited Badakshan to discuss how international partnerships are contributing to the province’s development.


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