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Afghanistan: May 2012

This month, President Obama and members of NATO involved in Afghanistan formally agreed on a transition plan, preparing to hand over security responsibilities to Afghan forces by the summer of 2013
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Stephanie Montgomery of Atlanta, Georgia, lies on the ground while visiting her brother's grave, Army Staff Sgt. Thaddeus Montgomery, 29, in Section 60 at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, on May 28, 2012. Sgt. Montgomery died January 20 at Korengal Outpost, Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)

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