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A village leader speaks at the Alingar District Center, Afghanistan, May 21, during a shura attended by Haji Alifshah, the district’s sub-governor, 56 Shura members and approximately 30 tribal and village elders. Ullah stressed that village leaders and the government should both work together to identify and prioritize the needs of the district. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Brian Lowie)
 
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A village leader speaks at the Alingar District Center, Afghanistan, May 21, during a shura attended by Haji Alifshah, the district’s sub-governor, 56 Shura members and approximately 30 tribal and village elders. Ullah stressed that village leaders and the government should both work together to identify and prioritize the needs of the district. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Brian Lowie)

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