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  Afghanistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 throne in 1919.
In late 2001, major leaders from the Afghan opposition groups and diaspora met in Bonn and agreed on a plan for the formulation of a new government structure that resulted in the inauguration of Hamid Karzai as Chairman of the Afghan Interim Authority (AIA) on December 2001.
Afghanistan is a mountainous country, although there are plains in the north and southwest.
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 Afghanistan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In late 2001, major leaders from the Afghan opposition groups and diaspora met in Bonn and agreed on a plan for the formulation of a new government structure that resulted in the inauguration of Hamid Karzai as Chairman of the (AIA) on December 2001.
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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 List of leaders of Afghanistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Afghanistan Embassy of Afghanistan in Warsaw, with basic information about Afghanistan including a list of places to stay.
This list is designed to allow leaders to become involved in what is happening on a legislative level and on a policy-making level (Department of Education).
Afghanistan: Images from the Harrison Forman Collection Gallery of photographs from Afghanistan in the late 1960s.
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 AFGHANISTAN FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
During the period of British intervention in Afghanistan, ethnic Pashtun territories were divided by the Durand_Line and would lead to strained relations between Afghanistan and British India and later the new state of Pakistan over what came to known as the Pashtunistan debate.
Afghanistan is an extremely poor country, highly dependent on farming and livestock raising but most people only farm enough food to feed themselves.
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_Group.
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 History of Afghanistan Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The last period of stability in Afghanistan lay between 1933 and 1973, when the country was under the rule of King Mohammed Zahir ShahZahir Shah.
In late 2001, major leaders from the Afghan opposition groups and diaspora met in Bonn and agreed on a Bonn Agreement (Afghanistan)plan for the formulation of a new government structure that resulted in the inauguration of Hamid Karzai as Chairman of the Afghan Interim Authority (AIA) on December 2001.
In the spring of 2003, it was estimated that 30% of Afghanistan's 7,000 schools had been seriously damaged during more than two decades of Soviet UnionSoviet occupation and civil war.
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 List of leaders of Afghanistan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Burhanuddin Rabbani (June 28, 1992 - September 27, 1996), continues to claim presidency in exile with international recognition, until 2001.
Mullah Mohammad Omar (September 27, 1996 - November 13, 2001), Spiritual leader of ruling Taliban
Hamid Karzai (December 22, 2001 to December 7, 2004) interim leader and chairman of the Afghan Transitional Authority
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 Afghanistan
As of 2002, an interim government is in place, led by president Hamid Karzai, with many elements from the Northern Alliance, and a mix from other regional and ethnic groups formed from the transition government by the Loya jirga.
Main article: Education in Afghanistan[?] In the spring of 2003, it was estimated that 30% of Afghanistan's 7,000 schools had been seriously damaged during more than two decades of Soviet occupation, civil war and Taliban rule.
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.
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 Afghanistan Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The current name of Afghanistan derives from the alternative name for the Pashtuns: Afghan [1], being the founders of modern Afghanistan.
The Afghanistan nation-state as it is known today came into existence in 1746 under the Durrani Empire, but control was ceded to Britain until King Amanullah acceded to the throne in 1919 (see "The Great Game").
On March 27, 2003, Afghan deputy defense minister and powerful warlord General Abdul Rashid Dostum created an office for the North Zone of Afghanistan and appointed officials to it, defying then-interim president Hamid Karzai's orders that there be no zones in Afghanistan.
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 Afghanistan : AF
Afghanistan : AF Afghanistan : AF Afghanistan : AF The Islamic State of Afghanistan is a landlocked country in Central Asia.
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.
These demands, imposed by President George W Bush on September 20, 2001, included unconditionally extraditing all known terrorist leaders within Afghanistan's borders, closing down the terrorist camps and allowing western observers to enter Afghanistan to see for themselves that the camps were closed.
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 Afghanistan: Warlords Implicated in New Abuses (Human Rights Watch Press release, New York, July 29, 2003)
The report warns that violence, political intimidation, and attacks on women and girls are discouraging political participation and endangering gains made on women's rights in Afghanistan over the last year.
The 101-page report, "Killing You Is a Very Easy Thing for Us": Human Rights Abuses in Southeast Afghanistan, documents army and police troops kidnapping Afghans and holding them for ransom in unofficial prisons; breaking into households and robbing families; raping women, girls and boys; and extorting shopkeepers and bus, truck and taxi drivers.
The subject area of the report, the southeast of Afghanistan and Kabul city, is one of the most densely populated areas of Afghanistan.
www.hrw.org /press/2003/07/afghan072903.htm   (946 words)

  
 CBC News Indepth: Afghanistan
Once the feared rulers of Afghanistan, the Taliban is now a militia operating in areas of the country outside the control of the government in Kabul, especially in the south and east.
Under the Taliban's strict interpretation of Islamic law - a controversial interpretation some Islamic scholars call a gross distortion - women were not allowed to work or attend school and had to be covered from head to toe when outside of their homes.
Afghanistan has had a history of civil war and instability since a coup ousted King Zahir Shah in 1973, ending the Durrani Dynasty and the Afghan monarchy.
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 Afghanistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Afghanistan''' (Pashtu/Dari (of Afghanistan)Dari-Persian: '''Afğānistān افغانستان) is a country in Central Asia.
Italian aid worker Clementina Cantoni flew home after spending more than three weeks as a hostage in Afghanistan, amid reports the Afghan government cut a deal with the kidnappers for her release.
Italian aid worker Clementina Cantoni was believed to have left Afghanistan for home on Friday, hours after kidnappers released her from 24 days in captivity.
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 List Of Leaders Of Afghanistan Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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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
The last period of stability in Afghanistan lay between 1933 and 1973, when the country was under the rule of King
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 GeorgeWBush.org Forum > Meanwhile, in Afghanistan... (reprise)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Afghanistan's tragedy exemplifies the maxim of Western power — that Third World countries are regarded and dealt with strictly in terms of their usefulness to “us”.
Afghanistan was a test case for the U.S. war in Iraq, hailed as a success story by Bush, U.S. Defense Secretary Rumsfeld and other U.S. warlords.
An engineer from the Ghazi province reflected on the future of Afghanistan, a future that is doomed unless U.S. policies are drastically changed: “In the loya jirga, 85% of the elected were with the warlords, or were warlords.
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 Learn more about List of Taliban leaders in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Captured in Afghanistan in early April 2003 [1]
Arrested in Balkh province, Afghanistan in early August 2003 [1]
Captured during the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, now held in a naval brig in Norfolk, Virginia
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 Afghanistan: Karzai Fails on Press Freedom (Human Rights Watch Press release, New York, June 24, 2003)
The editors' arrests come as Afghanistan undertakes the vital public process of debating its future constitution.
According to government officials familiar with the case, Afghanistan's chief justice, Fazl Hadi Shinwari, a cleric allied with the ultra-conservative mujahidin leader Abdul-Rabb al-Rasul Sayyaf, a powerful political leader in Kabul, ordered the arrests and the closure of the paper with the approval of President Karzai.
The existing penal code of Afghanistan does not define blasphemy, but provides that certain crimes relating to Islam are punishable under shari'a (Islamic law).
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 Afghanistan Details, Meaning Afghanistan Article and Explanation Guide
Afghanistan (Dari (Persian): Afqânestân / Pashtu (Afghan): Afğānistān افغانستان) is a country in Central/Southwest Asia.
The name Afghanistan derives from the word Afghan, the Persian name for the Pashtuns, the founders of modern Afghanistan.
Many of them fled during the civil war in 90's to the neighbouring countries and to Europe and America.
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 List of leaders of Afghanistan - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
List of leaders of Afghanistan - Open Encyclopedia
This article should be merged with Heads of Government of Afghanistan.
The following is a list of Afghanistan's past and present Heads of State.
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 List Of State Leaders In 1917   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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Afghanistan - Habibullah Khan, King of Afghanistan (1901-1919)
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 CIA - The World Factbook -- Afghanistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Afghanistan's recent history is a story of war and civil unrest.
Afghanistan's economic outlook has improved significantly since the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001 because of the infusion of over $2 billion in international assistance, recovery of the agricultural sector, and the reestablishment of market institutions.
Despite the progress of the past few years, Afghanistan remains extremely poor, landlocked, and highly dependent on foreign aid, farming, and trade with neighboring countries.
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 Politics | Campaign 2004
To be sure, few Americans dispute the desirability of having political leaders with combat-tested military credentials.
We've compiled a side-by-side listing of prominent politicians and their military service histories, including a comparison of the Democratic and Republican tickets.
At the end of the listing, be sure to peruse the military service records of some of the more vocal journalists, pundits and bloggers.
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 CNN.com - Taliban leaders believed killed in raids - October 10, 2001
The Taliban stronghold of Kandahar was subjected to its most intense attack yet Wednesday night, triggering panic among civilians, a CNN source in the city reported.
Also on the list are men suspected in the bombings of the World Trade Center in 1993, the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia in 1996 and the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998.
• Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat on Wednesday condemned the September 11 attacks on the United States as "blind terrorism." Arafat also said he also welcomed the signals from the Bush administration of its support for a Palestinian state.
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 List Of State Leaders In 1941   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 List_of_leaders_of_Afghanistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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Iraq’s parliament agreed to a seven-day extension for leaders to complete a draft constitution after politicians failed to reach a midnight Monday deadline to agree on the charter.
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton told leaders of the nation's Latino community Monday that the Bush administration is not doing enough to help illegal immigrants go to college.
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