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  [List of Afghan Transitional Administration personnel] | [All the best List of Afghan Transitional Administration ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
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The Afghan Transitional Administration was established in June and July of 2002.
List of Afghan Transitional Administration personnel President and Chairman President and Chairman Hamid Karzai
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  Afghanistan : AF
On March 27, 2003, Afghan deputy defense minister general Abdul Rashid Dostum created an office for the North Zone of Afghanistan and appointed officials to it, defying interim president Hamid Karzai's orders that there be no zones in Afghanistan.
Almost all Afghans are muslims, the large majority being Sunni.
Current problems that exist for the administration include controlling bands of bandits roaming Afghanistan's rural sector, removing the debris (and in particular, unmapped buried land mines) from decades of civil war from the countryside and rebuilding the Afghan economy.
www.freearchive.info /af/af.html   (1860 words)

  
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List of Afghan Transitional Administration personnel - List of airliners by seat capacity
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 Asia Times -
The purpose of DDR in the Afghan context is not to remove the gun from Afghan society, an unrealistic goal, but, as Japan's special representative for DDR, Kenji Isezaki, has stated, to oversee the "deconstruction of military formations" (Institute for War and Peace Reporting, August 27).
The Bush administration's new approach will be anchored in a fresh $1.2 billion aid package, $800 million of which has been presented to the US Congress as a part of a massive $87 billion funding request for both Afghanistan and Iraq.
Afghan officials, eager not to be seen as too critical of the new US approach, have insisted that Khalizad must not have the same sweeping powers accorded to Paul Bremer in Iraq.
www.atimes.com /atimes/Central_Asia/EJ08Ag02.html   (8564 words)

  
 Strange Victory: A critical appraisal of Operation Enduring Freedom and the Afghanistan war -- Project on Defense ...
Afghan militias allied with the United States probably suffered less than 600 combat deaths during the period 7 October 2001 to 10 January 2002, with most of these occurring during the long siege of Mazar-i-Sharif.
Nonetheless, the administration's initial response to the difficulties during the second week of war was not to unleash the Alliance but to increase the intensity of bombing all around.
Reinforcing the impression of a bombing campaign gone awry were the destruction of a UN de-mining facility, the double bombing of a Red Cross food distribution center, an attack on a Red Cross food convoy, the destruction of a military hospital, and accidental attacks on an old age home and a boys school.
www.comw.org /pda/0201strangevic.html   (16087 words)

  
 Afghanistan : AF
On March 27, 2003, Afghan deputy defense minister general Abdul Rashid Dostum created an office for the North Zone of Afghanistan and appointed officials to it, defying interim president Hamid Karzai's orders that there be no zones in Afghanistan.
In regards to the poverty and violence of their surroundings, a study in 2002 by the Save the Children[?] aid group said Afghan children were resilient and courageous.
Current problems that exist for the administration include controlling bands of bandits roaming Afghanistan's rural sector, removing the debris (and in particular, unmapped buried land mines) from decades of civil war from the countryside and rebuilding the Afghan economy.
www.findword.org /af/af.html   (2001 words)

  
 Afghanistan's Bonn Agreement One Year Later: A Catalog of Missed Opportunities (Human Rights Watch Background Briefing, ...
Afghan and international officials should also consider plans for all trainees to sign a document declaring that they have not been responsible for human rights abuses (including war crimes) in the past and agreeing to cooperate with future inquiries if credible allegations are made against them in the future.
Afghans who wished to be politically active, open newspapers, challenge local authorities, or engage in similar activities have often been too scared to act.
The Afghan administration and U.N. mission should create a strong national and international monitoring team for the elections, to be coupled with ISAF or other international security forces, tasked with monitoring and protecting all political parties, at-risk candidates, and, most importantly, voters.
www.hrw.org /backgrounder/asia/afghanistan/bonn1yr-bck.htm   (6078 words)

  
 ESPAC - Working for Peace in Sudan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The war was reinvigorated by the Clinton Administration’s support for the SPLA faction led by John Garang, and by Washington’s encouragement of several of Sudan’s neighbours to assist the rebels.
It is ironic that the Administration set about demonising the Sudanese despite the fact that, as stated by a former American ambassador to Sudan, the Sudanese people "deserved their reputation as the nicest people in the eastern half of the African continent".
It is clear that the Clinton Administration’s listing of Sudan as a state sponsor of terrorism, in the absence of any proof or evidence of such activity, was an abuse of United States anti-terrorism legislation for policy reasons.
www.espac.org /usa_sudan_pages/farce_majeure.html   (11924 words)

  
 U.S. Support for Afghan Women, Children, and Refugees (June 2003)
Overall, while Afghan women and girls have clearly come a long way since the collapse of the Taliban, a great deal remains to be accomplished by Afghans and by the international community working together in order to consolidate and complete this truly historic transformation.
The goal of the training is to enable Afghan female lawyers to become more effective advocates for human rights and to act as a counterweight to religious extremists in the development of Afghanistan by providing essential legal education and training of Afghan women lawyers in progressive Muslim views and models.
An important example of this transition in practice was the 2003 mid-course reassessment of Afghanistan’s capital transfer requirements for development projects and government operations, which resulted in increased funding for a number of programs that include Afghan women as beneficiaries.
www.state.gov /g/wi/rls/22436.htm   (9621 words)

  
 Nematullah Shahrani - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Known as the teacher of teachers, professor Nematullah Shahrani is one of the most prominent Afghan scholars.
He is one of four vice presidents of the Afghan Transitional Administration and the head of the Afghan Constitutional Commission.
Although he was one of the ideological figures behind the Afghan resistance against the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, he was never involved in any sectarian, party and other ethnic conflicts in Afghanistan.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nematullah_Shahrani   (200 words)

  
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All 15 challengers of Afghan transitional leader Hamid Karzai maintain that ink that could easily be rubbed off the fingers of some voters might have allowed those who were erroneously issued multiple registration cards to cast more than one ballot.
Most of the complaints among the field of 15 rivals of presumed front-runner Afghan Transitional Administration Chairman Hamid Karzai involved the failure to prevent multiple voting, as the supposedly indelible ink used to mark the thumbs of voters could be washed off soon after its application.
UN and Afghan organizers say it could take up to three weeks for ballot boxes in the most remote parts of Afghanistan to be transported by mules and camels to regional vote-counting centers.
www.rferl.org /reports/afghan-report/2004/10/37-141004.asp   (6762 words)

  
 Afghanistan: Out of sight, out of mind: The fate of the Afghan returnees. - Amnesty International   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Afghan refugees in Pakistan are routinely detained by the police, often on mere "suspicion" of involvement in criminal activity such as theft, and made to pay a "fine" to secure their release.(17) Mohammedin returned from Kashmir, Pakistan with ten members of his family in 2002.
Afghan refugees, including unaccompanied women and minors, are reportedly detained without access to their family or, in some cases, without being allowed to inform their relatives that they are about to be forcibly returned.
Amnesty International urges non-neighbouring states hosting Afghan refugees, especially industrialized states including in the European Union and Australia, to be aware that the forced return of refugees or rejected asylum seekers from their territory sends out the misleading message to developing states hosting far larger numbers of Afghans, that return to Afghanistan should be promoted.
web.amnesty.org /library/Index/ENGASA110142003   (12005 words)

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