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A Date Mr Blair Should Look Up Robert Fisk.
The Christian Science Monitor, Ending an Opium War Anne Applebaum.
"Update on the Human Costs of War for Afghanistan and Pakistan, 2001 to mid-2016" (PDF).
The United States claimed their plane had come under attack from anti-aircraft fire before the strike.
EDT Archived t the Wayback Machine "Number of Afghanistan UK Military and Civilian casualties ( to 30 November 2014 (PDF).Los Angeles Times, 21 December 2006.Afghanistan Diary The Economist, 12 February 2007.Main article: 2004 in Afghanistan January 4 Constitution approved by Loya Jirga.The Boston Globe, Karzai Increasingly Beset by Problems Reuters, Afghan Elders Speak of War, Not Peace Graeme Smith.November 25: Northern Alliance gained control of Kunduz, the last Taliban stronghold in Northern Afghanistan, but only after Pakistani aircraft rescue several thousand Taliban and Al-Qaeda fighters and their military advisers.Rebel: 'We Aided bin Laden Escape' The Associated Press, A Voice From Gitmo's Darkness Jumah al-Dossari.Nato forces total 32,000.Afghanistan Government Fires Governor Jason Straziuso."Breaking News, Weather, Business, Health, Entertainment, Sports, Politics, Travel, Science, Technology, Local, US World News".
Washington Post, Some at Guantanamo Mark 5 Years in Limbo Carol.
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"Evaluating the Uighur Threat".
The continual fighting between the former Mujahadeen armies caused waves reducerat v75 4 kuponger of refugees to flood Pakistan's border regions and interfered with Pakistani trade in the region.
Pakistan Army Told to Plan Fence and Mines Along Afghan Border Imtiaz Gul.Cheney was unhurt in the attack.November 11: Journalists Pierre Billaud, Johanne Sutton, and Volker Handloik are ambushed and killed.US Troop Numbers in Afghanistan Hit All-Time Peak Jim Mannion.Forces loyal to bin Laden smuggled weapons into their prison near Mazar i Sharif after surrendering at Kunduz.