AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-US  Soldiers of the ANA (Afghan National Army) play volleyball on September 7, 2011 in the sunset in the FOB Kuschamond. AFP PHOTO/Johannes EISELE : HORIZONTAL AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-US  A soldier of the ANA (Afghan National Army) carries his gun as he is on a way to a mission on September 7, 2011 in the FOB Kuschamond. AFP PHOTO/Johannes EISELE AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-GERMANY-BUNDESWEHR-OMLT  A Afghan soldier cooks rice in the DFAC of the Camp Shaheen near Mazar-i Sharif, on March 22, 2012.  The ANA in the Camp Shaheen work togehter with the German soldiers as part of the ISAF German Operationnel Mentoring and Liaison Teams (OMLT). Germany is the third biggest supplier of troops to the 130,000-strong NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) after the United States and Britain.   AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-US  A soldier of the Afghan National Armee (ANA)  shows a badge reading "Taliban hunting club" on September 5, 2011 in the FOB Kuschamond. AFP PHOTO/Johannes EISELE : VERTICAL AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-GERMANY-BUNDESWEHR-OMLT  A Afghan soldier cuts potatoes in the Kitchen of the  DFAC of the Camp Shaheen near Mazar-i Sharif, on March 22, 2012.  The ANA in the Camp Shaheen work togehter with the German soldiers as part of the ISAF German Operationnel Mentoring and Liaison Teams (OMLT). Germany is the third biggest supplier of troops to the 130,000-strong NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) after the United States and Britain.   AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-GERMANY-BUNDESWEHR-OMLT  A  German Soldier of the OMLT (R) watches  Afghan soldiers as they maintenance a amoured vehicle at the Camp Shaheen near Mazar-i Sharif, on March 22, 2012.  The ANA in the Camp Shaheen work together with the German soldiers as part of the ISAF German Operationnel Mentoring and Liaison Teams (OMLT). Germany is the third biggest supplier of troops to the 130,000-strong NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) after the United States and Britain.   AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE
AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-GERMANY-POLICE  An ANP (Afghan National Police) traniee holds a mock gun during a practice of the PTC (Police Traininge Center) of the German Police Project Team GPPT next to the Bundeswehr Camp Marmal, the German troops' base in Mazar-i-Sharif, on March 22, 2012.  Around  200 German Police officers train ANP's in Afghanistan.  AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-GERMANY-POLICE  A German Policeman stands next to ANP (Afghan National Police) traniees at the shooting  range of the PTC (Police Traininge Center) of the German Police Project Team GPPT next to the Bundeswehr Camp Marmal, the German troops' base in Mazar-i-Sharif, on March 22, 2012.  Around  200 German Police officers train ANP's in Afghanistan.  AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE EIB 9571 AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-GERMANY-POLICE  An ANP (Afghan National Police) traniee holds a mock gun during a practice of the PTC (Police Traininge Center) of the German Police Project Team GPPT next to the Bundeswehr Camp Marmal, the German troops' base in Mazar-i-Sharif, on March 22, 2012.  Around  200 German Police officers train ANP's in Afghanistan.  AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-GERMANY-BUNDESWEHR-OMLT  An Afghan local police (ALP) poses for a picture in front of two German Soldiers and  as they a visit of  the commander at a bridge near Baghlan on March 27, 2012.  Around 500 German Soldiers are stationed in the outpost in the Balkh province.  Germany is the third biggest supplier of troops to the 130,000-strong NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) after the United States and Britain.   AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-GERMANY-BUNDESWEHR-OMLT  An Afghan local police (ALP) is pictured in front of two German Soldiers and  as they a visit of  the commander at a bridge near Baghlan on March 27, 2012.  Around 500 German Soldiers are stationed in the outpost in the Balkh province.  Germany is the third biggest supplier of troops to the 130,000-strong NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) after the United States and Britain.   AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE