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Photostream : British Prime Minister David Cameron in Afghanistan

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British Prime Minister David Cameron (C) meets British soldiers at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, on June 11, 2010. Cameron was forced to abandon a visit to a military base in Afghanistan on Thursday due to suspicions that Taliban insurgents might try to shoot down his helicopter. Making his first visit to Afghanistan as prime minister, Cameron earlier ruled out increasing Britain’s troop commitment and called for quicker progress to bring troops home.

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Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron (4th L), watched by the Governor of Helmand Province, Gulab Mangal (R), talks to student farmers at Helmand Agricultural high school in Lashkar Gah, in Helmand Province, Afghanistan June 11, 2010. Cameron told troops on Friday they were not in Afghanistan for a “dreamy idea” or to build a model society, and pledged they would leave once Afghans could defend themselves.

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Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron (C) speaks to British forces at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, Afghanistan June 11, 2010. Cameron told troops on Friday they were not in Afghanistan for a “dreamy idea” or to build a model society, and pledged they would leave once Afghans could defend themselves. On his first trip as prime minister to meet British troops in southern Afghanistan, Cameron said the new coalition he heads had a clear mission — defending Britain’s national security from the threat of attack by al Qaeda.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron (C) reads out a message to British soldiers from England national football coach Fabio Capello, describing them as the ‘real heroes’, during a visit to Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, on June 11, 2010. Cameron was forced to abandon a visit to a military base in Afghanistan on Thursday due to suspicions that Taliban insurgents might try to shoot down his helicopter. Making his first visit to Afghanistan as prime minister, Cameron earlier ruled out increasing Britain’s troop commitment and called for quicker progress to bring troops home.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron (C) meets British soldiers working in the post office at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, on June 11, 2010. Cameron was forced to abandon a visit to a military base in Afghanistan on Thursday due to suspicions that Taliban insurgents might try to shoot down his helicopter. Making his first visit to Afghanistan as prime minister, Cameron earlier ruled out increasing Britain’s troop commitment and called for quicker progress to bring troops home.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron (R) tries a metal detector, used for finding IEDs planted by the Taliban, at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, on June 11, 2010. Cameron was forced to abandon a visit to a military base in Afghanistan on Thursday due to suspicions that Taliban insurgents might try to shoot down his helicopter. Making his first visit to Afghanistan as prime minister, Cameron earlier ruled out increasing Britain’s troop commitment and called for quicker progress to bring troops home.

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Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron, centre, operates a metal detector, used for finding IEDs planted by the Taliban, at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, during his two day visit to Afghanistan, Friday June 11, 2010.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron has breakfast with British soldiers at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, on June 11, 2010. Cameron was forced to abandon a visit to a military base in Afghanistan on Thursday due to suspicions that Taliban insurgents might try to shoot down his helicopter. Making his first visit to Afghanistan as prime minister, Cameron earlier ruled out increasing Britain’s troop commitment and called for quicker progress to bring troops home.

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Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron, centre, has breakfast with British soldiers, at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, during his two day visit to Afghanistan, Friday June 11, 2010.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron (5th L) goes for an early morning run with British soldiers at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, on June 11, 2010. Cameron was forced to abandon a visit to a military base in Afghanistan on Thursday due to suspicions that Taliban insurgents might try to shoot down his helicopter. Making his first visit to Afghanistan as prime minister, Cameron earlier ruled out increasing Britain’s troop commitment and called for quicker progress to bring troops home.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron (2nd R) goes for an early morning run with British soldiers at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, on June 11, 2010. Cameron was forced to abandon a visit to a military base in Afghanistan on Thursday due to suspicions that Taliban insurgents might try to shoot down his helicopter. Making his first visit to Afghanistan as prime minister, Cameron earlier ruled out increasing Britain’s troop commitment and called for quicker progress to bring troops home.

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