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 Afghanistan timeline June 2004 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Kabul, Afghanistan, a group of 100 protesters led by Mahfooz Nedaye and Sayed Abdul Hadi called for the resignation of Hamid Karzai on the grounds that his term of office had expired under the terms of the Bonn Agreement.
In Kandahar, Afghanistan, Hamid Agha, the local chief of refugee affairs was assassinated by gunmen on motorcycles.
In Paktia Province, Afghanistan, a convoy of Afghan and foreign staff preparing for the elections was ambushed.
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Afghanistan suffered its sixth year of drought and produced a below-average harvest, and the percentage of people in need of food aid rose from 20 percent in 2003 to an estimated 37 percent in 2004.
In December 2004, Congress passed regular appropriations for the agency, matching USAID's Afghanistan budget request of $397 million; USAID officials stated at the time that they would be unable to fully implement programs with the amount of their regular appropriations and would rely on supplemental funding to carry out the agency's planned activities.
2004 status: Public education strategy was revised, targeted, and updated; a survey of citizen knowledge and opinions of governance of Afghanistan was completed; and 14 grants of $20,000 each were awarded for public education activities.
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 A Timeline of Oil and Violence - Afghanistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
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The annual U.S. Government estimate for opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan was released Nov. 2004 (49): approximately 206,700 hectares of poppy were grown in 2004, representing a 239% increase in production over 2003 estimates.
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 CBS News | Four US Troops Die In Afghanistan | June 8, 2004 15:35:02
The soldiers died in Zabul province on Saturday, military spokeswoman Master Sgt. Cindy Beam said in an e-mailed statement.
She said the names of the soldiers would not be released pending notification of their families.
Separately, the U.S. Arny said Saturday that it was "probably friendly fire that killed Pat Tillman as he led his team of Army Rangers up a hill during a firefight in Afghanistan last month.
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 June 2004 - Enpsychlopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Albertan MLA Gary Masyk blames Premier Ralph Klein for causing the defeat of the Conservative Party of Canada in the 2004 Canadian election and leaves the Progressive Conservative Party for the newly-formed Alberta Alliance.
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 Loic Le Meur Blog: June 2004
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 CNN.com - Bush: Afghanistan is a victory over terrorism - Jun 15, 2004
Afghanistan is "adamant," Karzai said, about ending the drug problem.
Karzai noted that his country remains "one of the poorest." Only 6 percent of its people have access to electricity, few have access to safe drinking water and farmers have a shortage of water to irrigate their crops, he said.
Still, he said, Afghanistan is confident it will succeed, particularly with international help.
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 CBS News | 2 Marines Killed In Afghanistan | June 27, 2004 10:14:31
The attack in Kunar, a province on the border with Pakistan, occurred late Thursday, said military spokeswoman Master Sgt. Cindy Beam.
Bush said the United States, which in recent months has increased its force in Afghanistan to about 20,000 troops, is helping to build the new Afghan national army and train new Afghan police and border patrol.
Bush said the United States is: helping foster democracy by training newly elected politicians, expanding culture and education exchange programs, pursing bilateral trade and investment; working to print new textbooks and build schools for both boys and girls, and is providing small business grants to women.
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 Ballotpaper.org : :June 2004 Archives
June 18, 2004 "Sydney Morning Herald" -- There is a growing sense that Americans have become victims of September 11 in a way that has blinkered their democratic instincts.
Some of the organizations that are privvy to the information may still try and argue releasing the list to the public is a political purpose, but none have done so yet.
By May 2004 he had placed 5,200 men who, after one week of training in Santiago, head to North Carolina for orientation with Blackwater, the private security firm that made headlines when four of its employees where killed in Falluja, their bodies mutilated and hung from a bridge.
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 Headline News: The Backlash! June 2004
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 DrudgeReportArchives.com © 2005
In June of 2003, the United Nations Security Council's al Qaeda monitoring agency told reporters his extensive investigation had found no evidence linking the Iraqi regime to al Qaeda.
I call on the administration to disclose all its interrogation policies, including those used by the military in Iraq and Afghanistan and those employed by the CIA at its secret detention centers outside the U.S., as well as all the analyses related to the adoption of those policies.
The Bush administration's objective of establishing U.S. domination over any potential adversary led to the hubristic, tragic miscalculation of the Iraq war, a painful adventure marked by one disaster after another based on one mistaken assumption after another.
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 Winds of Change.NET: Bill Roggio's Winds of War: June 14/06
Pakistan continues to press the hunt for al Qaeda in the tribal regions bordering Afghanistan, with former Taliban leader Nek Mohammed as a main target.
American Marines are on the offensive in south-east Afghanistan, bagging about 80 Taliban and al Qaeda members in the region.
Zarqawi is another matter entirely, however, due to the fact that he was a member of the sectarian Pakistani groups Sipah-e-Sahaba and later Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, which most likely played a factor in influencing his rather unfavorable view of the Shi'ites.
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 THE BELGRAVIA DISPATCH: June 2004 Archives
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 Carpe Datum: June 2004 Archives
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 CBC News Indepth: Iraq - Abu Ghraib
The American Civil Liberties Union releases U.S. army documents showing that photos of American soldiers posing with hooded and bound prisoners in Afghanistan were destroyed after the Abu Ghraib prison scandal.
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British Prime Minister Tony Blair apologizes for any mistreatment Iraqi prisoners may have suffered at the hands of British troops.
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 ARCHIVES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
“Significantly, it was understood to be SFOR leadership which caused the Bosnia-Herzegovina ‘High Representative,' Paddy Ashdown, to attempt a face-saving move in June 2004 which effectively reversed his decision of April 20, 2004, to arbitrarily remove the Head of the [Serb Republic] Secretariat for Cooperation with the [ICTY], Dejan Miletic.
In the not too distant future, Robert Fisk will have something to say about when the 9/11 plot was hatched, he'll suggest that the commission's timeline could have started a few weeks earlier with the events in Lebanon.
In the second article, Fisk also mentioned that bin Laden "has been suggesting that he's angry about the deaths of Iraqi children under sanctions" and lo and behold, squeezed in between Israel's Grapes of Wrath operation and the beginning of the 9/11 plotting is the Madeleine Albright moment.
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 Joefish's Freshwater Blog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
This is to avoid having his voice electronically intercepted, which could give away his location in the vast Pakistani tribal lands near Afghanistan.
"Hence you end up using very slow means of trying to communicate, whether it's couriers that carry compact discs from Pakistan or Afghanistan through Iran or through other countries to Zarqawi," Gen. Smith told reporters at the Pentagon.
The disclosure is further evidence that the Jordanian-born Zarqawi, who has maintained links with al Qaeda, now is apparently a full-fledged member.
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