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AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-GERMANY-BUNDESWEHR  Afghan children follow a a German Soldier during a patrouile in Nahr- i Sufi near the DHQ (Char Dara District Police Head Quarter) in the province of Kunduz on March 30, 2012.   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  German Soldiers listen to a briefing in the OP North  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  German Soldier passes an Afghan boy  as they secure 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) 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  A German Soldiers (R) is reflected in a mirror as he calibrate the weapons on a Boxer tank in the OP North  near Baghlan on March 28, 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  A German Soldiers looks at a sheep during a patrouile near the DHQ (Char Dara District Police Head Quarter) in the province of Kunduz on March 29, 2012.   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  A Afghan girl runs  beside German Soldiers  during a patrouile in Nahr- i Sufi near the DHQ (Char Dara District Police Head Quarter) in the province of Kunduz on March 30, 2012.   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  A German Soldier  is pictured during a patrouile in Nahr- i Sufi near the DHQ (Char Dara District Police Head Quarter) in the province of Kunduz on March 30, 2012.   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  A German Soldier is reflected in a water puddle as he takes a rest during a patrouile in Nahr- i Sufi near the DHQ (Char Dara District Police Head Quarter) in the province of Kunduz on March 30, 2012.   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  A German Soldier  secures the area during a patrouile near Taloqan the capital of Takhar province on April 2, 2012.   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  A German Soldier  secures the area during a patrouile near Taloqan the capital of Takhar province on April 2, 2012.   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  A German Soldier looks on as a Afghan  firefighter cleans the the yard of the Govenors Office in Taloqan the capital of Takhar province during a mission  on April 2, 2012.    AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE
AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-GERMANY-BUNDESWEHR  Two German Soldiers  secure a street during a mission in Taloqan the capital of Takhar province on April 3, 2012.    AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-GERMANY-BUNDESWEHR  A German Soldier  secures a street during a mission in Taloqan the capital of Takhar province on April 3, 2012.    AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-GERMANY-BUNDESWEHR  A German Soldier secures the scene during a mission in Taloqan the capital of Takhar province on April 3, 2012.    AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE