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ALI SABIEH, Djibouti - Juniors of the ALO-ASKA or "friends of open books" Library Association perform a traditional dance to celebrate the completion of the library renovation attended by residents, the U.S. Embassy and members of Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, in Ali Sabieh, August 1, 2010. The library was a project jointly built and funded by the community's ALO-ASKA Library Association, local volunteers and members of the U.S. Army 418-2 Civil Affairs Battalion, CJTF-HOA.  (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sergeant Amanda Boersma)
ALI SABIEH, Djibouti - Juniors of the ALO-ASKA or "friends of open books" Library Association perform a traditional dance to celebrate the completion of the library renovation attended by residents, the U.S. Embassy and members of Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, in Ali Sabieh, August 1, 2010. The library was a project jointly built and funded by the community's ALO-ASKA Library Association, local volunteers and members of the U.S. Army 418-2 Civil Affairs Battalion, CJTF-HOA. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sergeant Amanda Boersma)
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