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CAMP LEMONIER, Djibouti - A medical professional from Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa examines a Djiboutian child during a medical civil action program (MEDCAP) in Djibouti on November 16, 2008. The program will continue on designated Saturdays and Sundays until mid-January, 2009 in rural villages in the Ali Sabieh and Dikil districts of Djibouti. (Photo courtesy of Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa)
CAMP LEMONIER, Djibouti - A medical professional from Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa examines a Djiboutian child during a medical civil action program (MEDCAP) in Djibouti on November 16, 2008. The program will continue on designated Saturdays and Sundays until mid-January, 2009 in rural villages in the Ali Sabieh and Dikil districts of Djibouti. (Photo courtesy of Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa)
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