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د لويي جرګې لومړی ورځ په انځورونو کې ۲۰۱۱-۱۱-۱۷
Delegates listen to Afghan President Hamid Karzai deliver a speech  during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Delegates take a break during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

A delegate listens to Afghan President Hamid Karzai deliver a speech  during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Afghans attending a

A delegate listens to Afghan President Hamid Karzai deliver a speech  during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Delegates listen to Afghan President Hamid Karzai deliver a speech during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Delegates talk during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders, in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Delegates listen to Afghan President Hamid Karzai deliver a speech  during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

President Hamid Karzai speaks during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

President Hamid Karzai (2R) attends a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai speaks during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai (3L) leaves after his speach during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

ALTERNATIVE CROP    Afghan President Hamid Karzai delivers a speech during the opening of the

President Hamid Karzai speaks during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.Afghan President Hamid Karzai (L) talks with former president and chairman of jirga Sebghatullah Mujadid (R)  during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai, top center, leaves after his speach during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Afghan delegates of loya jirga or grand council stand to honor the Afghan national anthem during the opening ceremony of the loya jirga in Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011. Afghan President Hamid Karzai called Wednesday on elders assembled for a national conference to help create a fair framework for relations with the U.S. and find a path to peace for the turbulent country.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai speaks during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

President Hamid Karzai (C) listens to national anthem  during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai (top C) leaves after his speech during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders, in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai, center, Afghan first vice president Qasim Fahim, right, and chairman Sebghatullah Mujadidi, attend a loya jirga, or grand council, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011. The Afghan president told tribal elders on Wednesday that any ongoing partnership with the United States would need to include an end to widely unpopular nighttime raids by NATO and on the international forces handing over control of detention centers to Afghan troops.

Delegates take a break during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Delegates take a break during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Delegates talk during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders, in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Afghan delegates of the

Delegates listen to the national anthem during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Delegates listen to Afghan President Hamid Karzai deliver a speech during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

Delegates listen to Afghan President Hamid Karzai deliver a speech during a four-day long loya jirga, a meeting of over 2,000 Afghan tribal elders and leaders in Kabul on November 16, 2011. President Karzai outlined a string of conditions for long-term US bases in Afghanistan at a major gathering of elders debating the country's future and peace efforts with the Taliban. Karzai told day one of the loya jirga that he wanted Afghan-US relations to be those of 'two independent countries' and assured neighbours such as China and Russia that a long-term deal would not affect their ties with Afghanistan.

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