At the present time, the duration of the war in Afghanistan has stepped over a ten-year milestone. However, the prospects for security in the region continues to look uncertain. According to the Associated Press, as of November 1, 2011, at least in 1704 the U.S. Army soldier killed in Afghanistan. U.S. diplomats are currently working on the project "New Silk Road". It aims to promote regional trade ties between Afghanistan and neighboring countries. We offer pictures of Afghanistan taken in October 2011.
Soldier seriously wounded U.S. Marine who suffered from an improvised explosive device (IED), transferred to a helicopter ambulance Trust U.S. Army in Helmand Province, October 31, 2011. A Marine is in very serious condition, he lost both legs and is now fighting for his life
Pigeons mosque Kart-e Sakhi in Kabul, October 10, 2011
Sgt U.S. Air Force, Peter Jensen, a member of the expeditionary airlift squadron, 30 September 2011.
Sgt U.S. Air Force Stuart Wylie of South Weber, Utah, strengthening Red Hill, October 12, 2011.
An Afghan man on a horse in a public park in Kabul, Afghanistan, October 19, 2011.
Afghan women carrying placards reading "Down with the occupiers and their collaborators" during the anti-American rally organized by the party «Afghanistan Hambastegi» in Kabul, Afghanistan, on October 6, 2011.
Air Force officer watches for transportation of the remains of the dead soldier
Transportation of remains of fallen soldiers of the American army, October 10, 2011 at a military air base in Dover, Delaware.
Family photos from an album of twenty-five killed an American soldier Drew Russell.
People visit the cemetery near the temple of Sakhi in Kabul, Afghanistan, October 24, 2011.
Afghan security forces with coalition forces during an operation in search of a mediator Haqqani network in the area of Sarobi, the province of Paktia.
Painted on the Afghan market goat livestock in Kabul, Afghanistan, October 17, 2011.
Afghan policeman holds the cap while U.S. helicopter comes in to land on the site of the terrorist attack in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least four people were killed when a suicide bomber attacked a convoy of foreign troops in the Afghan capital Kabul on Saturday.
Sergeant Air Force. Brand Lawn (left), holding the hand of the Afghan patient during the emergency medical care at Forward Operating Base Smart, Afghanistan, October 12, 2011.
An Afghan boy cries on the outskirts of Kabul, October 4, 2011
Senior Sergeant. Patrick Reynolds. National Army vehicle stuck in the river near Loor Shinkai, Afghanistan, October 12, 2011.
Afghan rock musician stands in front of an enthusiastic crowd at Sound Central, a one day "stealth-festival" in Kabul, October 1, 2011. Organizers hope to attract to the festival from 1000 to 2000 of young Afghans. This is the first music festival in the country which for three decades in the depths of violence. In a country where music has been banned for years because of the strict Taliban regime, the festival has become a very bold undertaking. Information about it is largely passed from mouth to mouth, but the date has been determined for intentionally vague. Reports of the time and place of the festival was released fairly early in the morning only on the day on which the event was scheduled.
Work is a bag of coal to be loaded onto a truck at the dump in the outskirts of Kabul, 19 October 2011. Each worker earns on average $ 10 per day. Most of them come to the capital in search of fortune from the northern provinces, leaving their families
Twenty-three-woman Afghanistan Parvin, 23, a mother of three, located on the third month of pregnancy, receives medical treatment in the burn ward in Kabul, after she had committed self-immolation attempt to October 8, 2011. Pervin doused himself with kerosene and set on fire in the kitchen of his home in Kunduz province. According to the woman, her husband do not earn much, and often beat her brother-in-law, and once hit her with shock. In war-ravaged country, where women are often in the position of the powerless and the oppressed, the self-immolation has become common practice to escape from serious family problems, and the number of cases of self-immolation is growing at an alarming rate.
NATO helicopter comes in to land after the attack near the palace of Darul Aman in Kabul, 29 October 2011. At least 14 people, including soldiers of foreign forces, were killed when the attacker detonated his car Toyota sedan at 11:20 am in the south-west of the city, said police spokesman Hashmat Stanikzay
A foreign soldier investigates pothole, formed by an explosion on the ground attack in Kabul, 29 October 2011.
An Afghan man who works at a local brick factory on the outskirts of Kabul, October 4, 2011.
Shop and Studio Joint Robotics Repair Detachment in Parwan province in Afghanistan on October 27.
An Afghan man who sells carpet, handmade carpet show featuring U.S. President Barack Obama in his shop in Kabul, 12 October 2011. The shop owner said that he spent a year over the manufacture of carpet and created it is not for sale
U.S. soldier examines the body of a suicide bomber in the province of Panjshir October 15, 2011.