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Secretary Rice's Trip to Afghanistan


Kabul, Afghanistan
March 17, 2005

Secretary Rice traveled to Afghanistan on March 17, 2005, the third stop of her trip to Asia. Secretary Rice also visited Japan, Korea, and China.

2005: The Year in Pictures - Strengthening Alliances and Defending Principles

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Secretary Rice talks with U.S. soldiers in Kabul, Afghanistan. March 17, 2005. AP WideWorld Photo.
Secretary Rice meets and speaks with troops.
Secretary Rice shakes hands with Afghan President Hamid Karzai. Presidential Palace, Kabul, Afghanistan, March 17, 2005. AP/Wide World Photo.
Secretary Rice shakes hands with Afghan President Hamid Karzai at the Presidential Palace.

Secretary Rice addresses members of Embassy Kabul staff in front of the Embassy Recreation Center, March 17, 2005.
Secretary Rice addresses members of Embassy Kabul staff in front of the Embassy Recreation Center.

Secretary Rice in Kabul March 17, 2005 accompanied by U.S. Ambassador ,far right, meets players of Afghan girls soccer team Mar. 17, 2005. State Dept. photo 
Secretary Rice meets with players of an Afghan girls soccer team.

 


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