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 Afghanistan timeline December 2001 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A videotape was released of Osama bin Laden in which he praised the perpetrators of the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attack in the United States.
After surrounding a giant cave complex in the eastern Afghan region of Tora Bora, United States and Afghan troops intercepted a radio transmission that was believed to have come from Osama bin Laden.
The Agreement on Provisional Arrangements in Afghanistan Pending the Re-Establishment of Permanent Government Institutions was signed by representatives of anti-Taliban forces and several other Afghan political parties and groups in Bonn, Germany.
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 Uzbek. Who is Uzbek? What is Uzbek? Where is Uzbek? Definition of Uzbek. Meaning of Uzbek.
Uzbeks are a Turkic ethnic group found primarily in Uzbekistan, but also in Afghanistan, Turkey and other countries in Central Asia.
Afghanistan from Ahmad Shah until Dost Mohammed
Afghanistan from the arrival of Islam until the Durrani
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 Afghanistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Afghanistan nation-state as it is known today came into existence in 1746 under the Durrani Empire, but control was ceded to the United Kingdom until King Amanullah acceded to the throne in 1919.
Afghanistan is a mountainous country with plains in the north and southwest.
International efforts to rebuild Afghanistan lead to the formulation of the Afghan Interim Authority (AIA), as a result of the December 2001 Bonn Agreement, and later addressed at the Tokyo Donors Conference for Afghan Reconstruction in January 2002, where $4.5 billion was collected for a trust fund to be administered by the World Bank.
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 CNN.com - A new era for Afghanistan - December 21, 2001
Delegates in Afghanistan's interim government are beginning to arrive in Kabul for Saturday's swearing-in ceremony, hopeful that it will mark a new beginning for a country that has endured 23 years of war.
Coalition forces are interrogating about 7,000 prisoners of war in Afghanistan to determine the level of their involvement in the Taliban and Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda network, a coalition spokesman said on Friday.
Afghanistan needs about $9 billion during the next five years to rebuild after 20 years of war, the United Nations and World Bank have calculated.
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 .../Timeline December 2001 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 Dictionary of Meaning www.mauspfeil.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Omar suggested that the U.S. was using Osama bin Laden as a pretext to topple the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
*In Afghanistan, a meeting of the shura, a collection of 1,000 village clerics and mullahs, was scheduled to decide the fate of Osama bin Laden, but the council could not reach Kabul in time.
The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan was implied in this declaration.
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 CNN.com - Afghanistan's new leaders take reins - December 22, 2001
Officials in Afghanistan's interim government were sworn into office in Kabul on Saturday's swearing-in ceremony, and the interim leader, Hamid Karzai, pledged to "fulfill my mission to bring peace to Afghanistan," a country wracked by 23 years of war.
Moments after Karzai was sworn in as chairman of the interim administration, he stood on a stage and swore in the other 29 members of his new administration.
Yunis Qanuni, interior minister of the newly installed Afghan government, said the convoy attacked by U.S. airplanes were delegates traveling to Kabul for the installation of the interim government Qanuni called the incident "a misunderstanding" but Pentagon officials maintained the convoy was carrying al Qaeda or Taliban leaders.
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 Gardez. Who is Gardez? What is Gardez? Where is Gardez? Definition of Gardez. Meaning of Gardez.
Gardez is the capital of Paktia province, Afghanistan.
The city is not far from the Tora Bora region of caves and tunnels, where that it was believed that Osama bin Laden was hiding.
October 7, 2001 Coalition Attack on Afghanistan
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 afghanistan timeline december 2000
Anti-Taliban Shi'a Islam groups Wahdat-i-Islami and Harakat-i-Islami captured the Yakaolang district in Bamiyan province, Afghanistan.
The return of exiled opposition leader Karim Khalili from Iran prompts a new offensive by the Northern Alliance in north-central Afghanistan.
The governing Taliban regime admits it has temporarily lost control of the central town of Yakawlang, near Bamiyan, but denies opposition claims of further gains in neighbouring Ghowr province.
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 afghanistan timeline december 2001
Timeline of U.S. attack on Afghanistan in December 2001
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When the US originally said it would attack Afghanistan, the reason given was to capture and bring to justice the perpetrators of 9/11, and the Taliban who harbored them.
On September 15, 2001, President Bush says of bin Laden: "If he thinks he can hide and run from the United States and our allies, he will be sorely mistaken." [Los Angeles Times, 9/16/01] Two days later, he says, "I want justice.
In late 2001, nearly two-thirds of Americans say the war on terrorism could not be called a success without bin Laden's death or capture.
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U.S. invasion of Afghanistan and the success of the 2003 Loya jirga, Afghanistan was referred to by the West as the Transitional Islamic State of Afghanistan.
The Afghanistan nation-state as it is known today came into existence in 1746 under the Durrani Empire, but control was ceded to the
Following the US-led coalition war that led to the defeat of the Taliban in November 2001 and the formulation of the Afghan Interim Authority (AIA) resulting from the December 2001 Bonn Agreement, international efforts to rebuild Afghanistan were addressed at the
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 February 13 Update   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
December 7, 2001: Indian gangster Asif Raza Khan, terrorist associate of Saeed Sheikh and Aftab Ansari (see November 1994-December 1999), is shot dead by Indian police.
December 24, 2001-January 23, 2002: Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl writes stories about the ISI that will lead to his kidnapping (see January 23, 2002).
On December 24, 2001, he reports about ties between the ISI and a Pakistani organization that was working on giving bin Laden nuclear secrets before 9/11.
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 Lemar- Aftaab | www.afghanmagazine.com | July - December 2000 | Volume 2 | Issue 1 | Afghan Literature | Afghan Art | ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
At the time that environmental concern and sustainable development is the agenda of international community, Afghanistan's war-ravaged land is facing a devastating social as well as environmental crisis in her history.
It is the worst drought to hit Afghanistan since the 1970's, killing thousands of livestock, destroying crops and forcing people to migrate yet again.
Barbara Trott was sent by chance to Afghanistan in October 1997 and worked in Kabul until December 1997.
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 Afghanistan Online: Chronological History of Afghanistan--Part IV
Soviet Union defeated by Afghanistan, total withdrawal by the Soviets occurred on Feb. 15, 1989.
September--The ex-king of Afghanistan, Mohammad Zahir Shah, calls for a grand assembly, or Loya Jirga to discuss ways of bringing peace to the country.
December-- UN Security Council Resolution 1333 is adopted; additional sanctions against the Taliban for their continuing support of terrorism and cultivation of narcotics, etc.
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 Speeches & Statements   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The events of recent months have given the people of Afghanistan an unprecedented opportunity to build an effective state that poses no threat to its people or its neighbours, and is able to provide the citizens of the country with security and such basic services as health and education.
Ordinary Afghans from every part of the country have indicated their strong desire to seize this opportunity, and to put an end to the strife and oppression that have plagued the country for twenty years.
There will never be a better moment to help Afghanistan and its people put aside twenty years of conflict and embark on a new era of peace and, in time, prosperity.
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 New York State Senate >> About the Senate >> Historical Timeline
In December of 1653, the governor dismisses demands for increased self-government from a delegation representing the settlers.
In the Charter of 1664, New Netherland is claimed for England by King Charles II, who gives it to his brother, James, the Duke of York and Albany and later known as King James II.
In the months to come, the United States deploys troops to Afghanistan to fight terrorism.
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 Learn more about Timeline of Afghan history in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
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 Heritage Timeline - Aga Khan - 2001
October 23, 2001 - UN Wire - In an interview with the Italian daily Corriere della Sera yesterday, the spiritual leader of the world's Ismaili Shiite Muslims, the Aga Khan, accused the Taliban of imposing on Afghanistan an interpretation of Islam that was previously foreign to the Afghan people.
In a post-Taliban Afghanistan, the role of the deposed king will be important, he said, adding that any new government will need the "rigorous support of the United Nations" and a full social and economic reconstruction effort to benefit all the country's ethnic groups (Massimo Nava, Oct. 22, UN Wire translation).
August 20, 2001 - Zanzibar: Consideration of the marine and maritime dimensions of Zanzibar's history and culture, broader tourism opportunities and major education projects were among the expanded development initiatives agreed by the Aga Khan, during a three-day visit to Tanzania.
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 BBC NEWS | World | South Asia | Country profiles | Timeline: Afghanistan
2001 - Ahmad Shah Masood, legendary guerrilla and leader of the main opposition to the Taleban, is killed, apparently by assassins posing as journalists.
2001 22 December - Pashtun royalist Hamid Karzai is sworn in as head of a 30-member interim power-sharing government.
He is sworn in, amid tight security, in December.
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 Analysis on 911 by John Judge--December 2001
This is an e-mail archive of John's analysis and observations on "news" specific to the crimes against humanity committed on 11 September 2001.
The route through Afghanistan is the one that would bring Central Asian oil closest to Asian markets and thus would be the cheapest in terms of transporting the oil.
Afghanistan was already dealing with 10 million land mines, now there is new unexploded anti-personnel cluster bombs as well.
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 September 11 News.com - Daily September Timeline & Chronology of Events Since September 11, 2001.
From September 11, 2001 to September 30, 2001.
Taliban say they are dispatching 300,000 fighters to defend Afghanistan's borders.
The September 11, 2001 image that defined America's new spirit, and redefined courage.
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 Timeline - Afghanistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
13 December A video tape is released to the American public of bin Laden praising the September 11th attacks.
In addition to soldiers from the U.S. and Afghanistan, special forces from Australia, Canada, Germany, Denmark, France and Norway take part in the push towards the mountains.
There were more than 2,000 coalition forces on the ground including seven companies of Airborne and Ranger Infantry, combat engineers, elements of three aviation battalions and civil affairs officials, and several coalition Special Operations units with Afghan militia.
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 Timeline of Competition between Unocal and Bridas for the Afghanistan Pipeline
Timeline of Competition between Unocal and Bridas for the Afghanistan Pipeline
Turkmenisatn, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, and Afghanistan agree that Turkmenistan should name the consortium to build the pipeline.
This timeline owes a great debt to Ahmed Rashid's excellent study Taliban: Militant Islam, Oil & Fundamentalism in Central Asia (Yale UP, 2000).
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 info/guide/a/af/afghanistan_timeline_2003 - Info and Guide.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
August 2003 - August 2003 2003 : January - February - March - April - May - June - July - August - September - October - November - December A timeline of events in the news for August, 2003.
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January 14, 2004 About a dozen rockets were fired at the U.S base near the Khost airport in Afghanistan.
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 CNN.com - 101st Airborne headed for Afghanistan - December 30, 2001
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Pentagon said Sunday that troops from the Army's 101st Airborne Division are bound for Afghanistan to replace the Marine contingent based in Kandahar.
The statement said the Marines are due for rotation out of Kandahar to give them the opportunity to prepare for future missions.
More than 1,000 Marines from the 15th and 26th Marine expeditionary units landed in Afghanistan in November to establish forward operating bases for U.S. forces battling the Taliban and al Qaeda, the terrorist movement blamed for the September 11 attacks on New York and Washington.
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