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2nd Day of Protests in Afghanistan

Hundreds of Afghans clashed with police and security forces for a second day of angry protests aimed at NATO troops who improperly disposed of copies of the Quran.

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Afghan anti-riot policemen watch as smoke billows from a fuel tank supplying NATO troops, after it was set on fire by protesters during a demonstration in Jalalabad province, February 22, 2012. (Reuters)
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Afghan anti-riot policemen watch as smoke billows from a fuel tank supplying NATO troops, after it was set on fire by protesters during a demonstration in Jalalabad province, February 22, 2012. (Reuters)

Afghan men shout anti-U.S slogans during a demonstration in Jalalabad province, February 22, 2012. (Reuters)
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Afghan men shout anti-U.S slogans during a demonstration in Jalalabad province, February 22, 2012. (Reuters)

Afghans carry a wounded boy during a demonstration in Jalalabad province, February 22, 2012. (Reuters)
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Afghans carry a wounded boy during a demonstration in Jalalabad province, February 22, 2012. (Reuters)

Afghan demonstrators shout anti-US slogans during a protest against Quran desecration in Jalalabad, February 22, 2012. (AFP)
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Afghan demonstrators shout anti-US slogans during a protest against Quran desecration in Jalalabad, February 22, 2012. (AFP)

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