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Published on May 1, 2012
U.S President Barack Obama arrived in Afghanistan on Tuesday to sign an agreement charting future relations with the country, making the secret trip on the first anniversary of the killing of al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden. The U.S Afghan Strategic Partnership Agreement will set conditions for a U.S presence there after a 2014 deadline for the withdrawal of most NATO combat forces. After leaving Washington under cover of darkness late Monday and flying overnight, Obama arrived at Bagram Air Base before visiting Kabul. He planned to meet with Afghan President Hamid Kar-zai at his palace and will later make remarks to troops at Bagram. From there he plans to deliver formal remarks about the Afghnaistan war.