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Afghanistan: The Timeline of Conflict
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No. of items: 408
Rating: 4.0 (out of 5)
Last updated: Nov 12, 2001
 
 
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This collection will test you on the timeline of events of the past 30 years in reference to Afghanistan. It includes basic facts that will help you understand the complex situation in the country before and during the present war against al Qaeda and the Taliban. The difficulty of forming post-Taliban broad-based government is deeply rooted in the country's recent history. The timeline begins with the overthrow of king Zahir in 1973, Daoud regime, and the Marxist coup, and proceeds through Taraki reforms, death of Taraki and Amin, Soviet invasion, Babrak Karmal government, Gorbachev, Soviet withdrawal, Najibullah presidency, Rabbani government, infighting among Rabbani's Jamiat-i-Islami and Hekmatyar's Hezb e Islami supporters, emergence of the Taliban and its takeover of Kabul, torture and death of Dr Najibullah, Taliban policies, the role of Osama Bin Laden, and assassination of Ahmed Shah Massood. The timeline ends with the release of this collection as Gen. Rashid Dostum of the Northern Alliance is said to have taken control of Mazar-I-Sharif on Nov 9, 2001. The collection also includes some basic notes on Afghan geography
 
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