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03/07/2003 | Members of National Security Advisory Council Take Top Government Posts
CSP | Center for Security Policy
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03/07/2003 | Roberts: news will break on Saddam's weapons program
Libby Quaid | Mercury News
Iraq: The Aftermath ...
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17/03/2003 | Los logros de E.E.U.U. en Afganistán
De Nuestra Redacción | Offnews.info
Defectos del “modelo Afganistán” ...
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17/03/2003 | Los logros de E.E.U.U. en Afganistán
De Nuestra Redacción | Offnews.info
Defectos del “modelo Afganistán” ...
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28/01/2003 | Enough already: Ten years without nuclear tests is too long to assure the deterrents' safety, reliability
CSP | Center for Security Policy
(Washington, D.C.): Ten years ago last Monday, the United States stopped knowing for sure whether its nuclear arsenal would work as it was supposed to. In the intervening years, many billions have been spent trying to compensate for the fact that the Nation was no longer conducting actual underground nuclear tests and, on the basis of various analyses, modeling, computer simulations and sub-critical experiments, those responsible for maintaining the stockpile's safety, reliability and effectiveness have persuaded themselves that all was well -- or, at least, good enough for government work. ...
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28/01/2003 | Enough already: Ten years without nuclear tests is too long to assure the deterrents' safety, reliability
CSP | Center for Security Policy
(Washington, D.C.): Ten years ago last Monday, the United States stopped knowing for sure whether its nuclear arsenal would work as it was supposed to. In the intervening years, many billions have been spent trying to compensate for the fact that the Nation was no longer conducting actual underground nuclear tests and, on the basis of various analyses, modeling, computer simulations and sub-critical experiments, those responsible for maintaining the stockpile's safety, reliability and effectiveness have persuaded themselves that all was well -- or, at least, good enough for government work. ...
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15/01/2003 | One third of Afghani Army soldiers have deserted
RN Staff | RIA Novosti
Up to three thousand soldiers have already deserted from the 10-thousand-soldier new National Army of Afghanistan, which is being trained by foreign instructors from the USA, France and Great Britain, the News newspaper wrote quoting the representative of the Ministry of Defense of Afghanistan General Mohammad Zahira Azimi on January 12. ...
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15/01/2003 | One third of Afghani Army soldiers have deserted
RN Staff | RIA Novosti
Up to three thousand soldiers have already deserted from the 10-thousand-soldier new National Army of Afghanistan, which is being trained by foreign instructors from the USA, France and Great Britain, the News newspaper wrote quoting the representative of the Ministry of Defense of Afghanistan General Mohammad Zahira Azimi on January 12. ...
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13/01/2003 | Editor of Egyptian Government Weekly: Arab Doctors' Association is Aiding Jihad Warriors - but Not Tsunami Victims
MEMRI Staff | MEMRI
In an article in Egyptian government weekly Akhbar Al-Yawm, editor Ibrahim Sa'dah criticized the double standard of the Arab Doctors' Association, which is aiding Jihad warriors in Chechnya, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Bosnia, but refrains from helping victims of the recent tsunami in Asia because the tsunami is "punishment from Allah." The following are excerpts from the article: [1] ...
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13/01/2003 | Editor of Egyptian Government Weekly: Arab Doctors' Association is Aiding Jihad Warriors - but Not Tsunami Victims
MEMRI Staff | MEMRI
In an article in Egyptian government weekly Akhbar Al-Yawm, editor Ibrahim Sa'dah criticized the double standard of the Arab Doctors' Association, which is aiding Jihad warriors in Chechnya, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Bosnia, but refrains from helping victims of the recent tsunami in Asia because the tsunami is "punishment from Allah." The following are excerpts from the article: [1] ...
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