segunda-feira, 16 de maio de 2011

Afghanistan from the Air

This aerial picture taken 06 April 2005 shows the Darul-Aman palace, the former house of Afghan King Amanullah (1920-1929), taken from an ISAF helicopter. Afghanistan unveiled 11 April 2005 plans to turn the bombed-out ruins of the former royal palace into the headquarters of the country's first post-Taliban parliament, but appealed to private donors to fund the restoration. Afghan officials backed the plan drawn up by a German architect to restore the Darul-Aman palace built by Afghan King Amanullah Khan in 1924 to its former glory but said private donors would have to foot the 60-70 million dollar bill. (EMMANUEL DUPARCQ/AFP/Getty Images

This photograph taken from a military transport aircraft shows an aerial view of Kunar on December 15, 2009. In a December 1st speech announcing he would send 30,000 more US troops to the war, Obama named a date for a drawdown to begin but he has not stated a deadline for completion of the withdrawal. (TAUSEEF MUSTAFA/AFP/Getty Images
In this aerial photo taken Friday, Jan. 21,2011, an Afghan shepherd directs his sheep through an opening in a mud wall as seen from a medevac helicopter of the U.S. Army's Task Force Shadow "Dust Off", Charlie Company 1-214 Aviation Regiment near Marjah in the volatile Helmand Province, Southern Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)

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