Photostream : British PM Gordon Brown visits troops in southern Afghanistan

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British Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) talks with Afghan village elders at the Shawqat Forward Operating Base in Lashkar Gah, Helmand Province, March 6, 2010. Brown flew in to Afghanistan on Saturday to tour a recently captured Taliban stronghold as controversy grew in Britain over whether he had starved British forces of funding.

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British Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) talks with Afghan village elders at the Shawqat Forward Operating Base, March 6, 2010 in Lashkar Gah, southern Afghanistan. Brown, who gave evidence to the Iraq inquiry yesterday, announced plans for a new patrol vehicle and promised 2,000 additional metal detectors during his surprise vist to Afghanistan.

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Britain’s Prime Minister Gordon Brown (C, back to camera) speaks to soldiers during a visit to the Showal forward operating base , March 6, 2010 in Lashkar Gah, southern Afghanistan. Brown, who gave evidence to the Iraq inquiry yesterday, announced plans for a new patrol vehicle and promised 2,000 additional metal detectors during his surprise vist to Afghanistan.

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Britain’s Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives at the Showal forward operating base March 6, 2010 in Lashkar Gah, southern Afghanistan. Brown, who gave evidence to the Iraq inquiry yesterday, announced plans for a new patrol vehicle and promised 2,000 additional metal detectors during his surprise vist to Afghanistan.

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Britain’s Prime Minister Gordon Brown (L) meets trainees at the Helmand police training centre, March 6, 2010 in Lashkar Gah, southern Afghanistan. Brown, who gave evidence to the Iraq inquiry yesterday, announced plans for a new patrol vehicle and promised 2,000 additional metal detectors during his surprise vist to Afghanistan

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British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is reflected in a plaque commemorating soldiers from Task Force Helmand who were killed, at Laskar Gah Base, Helmand Province, March 6, 2010. Brown flew in to Afghanistan on Saturday to tour a recently captured Taliban stronghold as controversy grew in Britain over whether he had starved British forces of funding.

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British Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) watches as a member of the Afghan Helmand police force demonstrates an arrest of a mock suspect during a practice raid at the Helmand Police training centre in Lashkar Gah March 6, 2010. Brown flew in to Afghanistan on Saturday to tour a recently captured Taliban stronghold as controversy grew in Britain over whether he had starved British forces of funding.

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Britain’s Prime Minister Gordon Brown reacts as a passing helicopter blows sand during a visit to the Shawqat forward operating base, March 6, 2010 in Lashkar Gah, southern Afghanistan. Brown, who gave evidence to the Iraq inquiry yesterday, announced plans for a new patrol vehicle and promised 2,000 additional metal detectors during his surprise vist to Afghanistan.

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Britain’s Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to soldiers during a visit to the Shawqat forward operating base, March 6, 2010 in Lashkar Gah, southern Afghanistan. Brown, who gave evidence to the Iraq inquiry yesterday, announced plans for a new patrol vehicle and promised 2,000 additional metal detectors during his surprise vist to Afghanistan.

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