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Buongiorno Afghanistan - Promo

"Buongiorno Afghanistan" is a Sky One production, a series of reportages following the Italian troops in Afghanistan. Raw-News cameraman Federico Fornaro was supporting Sky Journalist Fabio Caressa on the Afghan scenario, with them in the field director Massimo Bomprezzi, field-producer and photographer Sergio Ramazzotti, 2nd cameraman Roberto De Amicis. this is the Promo . follow the link at the end of the description to watch the 8 parts of the documentary.

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Produced by Raw-News/SKY
Directed by Fabio Caressa
Video Language it
Produced Oct 28, 2010
Published Dec 31, 2012

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The Italian military presence in Afghanistan began with the ISAF mission in 2002. It has lasted seven years and, today, employs about three thousand men, most of whom are posted in the region of Herat. They will have to contribute, in cooperation and coordination with the Afghan Security Forces,to ensuring the country’s security and they will also be used in operations to support reconstruction projects. Recent reports show that the Afghan front is the most important and sensitive issue Italy is currently involved in.

Watch here the doc:

1st part, 2nd part, 3dt part

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