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Upper Gereshk: The Helmand plan meets tough reality

By John Cantlie Gereshk Valley, Helmand
1 October 2011
BBC News

After 10 years in Afghanistan, foreign troops can claim successes in the notorious province of Helmand - but a vicious guerrilla war still rages in the Upper Gereshk valley, which US marines are in the process of handing back to British forces.

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