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23 September 2001 Military News

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Government Statements and Transcripts

US Domestic Responses

  • U-S/AFGHANISTAN VOA 23 Sept. 2001 -- U-S officials say that they do not believe reports the ruling Taleban in Afghanistan does not know the whereabouts of suspected terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden.
  • BUSH / PAKISTAN / INDIA VOA 23 Sept. 2001 -- Secretary of State Colin Powell says he is confident Pakistan will remain stable and its nuclear weapons will stay in safe hands.
  • BUSH/TERRORISM VOA 23 Sept. 2001 -- The Bush administration says it will share evidence with its allies linking Osama Bin Laden and his followers to the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
  • Powell Says U.S. Will Share Evidence Against bin Laden USIA 23 Sept. 2001 -- US will disclose a White Paper on bin Laden

International Responses

  • U-N/AFGHANISTAN VOA 23 Sept. 2001 -- The United Nations says it is becoming increasingly difficult to deliver desperately needed humanitarian assistance to millions of victims of drought and war in Afghanistan.
  • FRANCE/MUBARAK VOA 23 Sept. 2001 -- Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak arrives in Paris Sunday, as part of a European tour aimed at forging a more united approach against terrorism.
  • ATTACK/ARAB WRAP VOA 23 Sept. 2001 -- The terrorist attack in the United States has prompted a whirlwind of political activity throughout the Middle East, involving Egypt, Jordan and Iran.
  • RUSSIA/AFGHANISTAN VOA 23 Sept. 2001 -- Leaders of the anti-Taleban alliance in northern Afghanistan have held meetings with various Russian officials in Tajikistan
  • ATTACKS/GULF VOA 23 Sept. 2001 -- There has been some reluctance on the part of Arab Gulf states to allow the United States full access to their military facilities in the fight against terrorism.
  • INDIA/SANCTIONS/REACT VOA 23 Sept. 2001 -- India has welcomed the lifting of U-S sanctions imposed after the country's 1998 nuclear tests, but says this will not make a significant impact on the country's economy.
  • ATTACKS / PAK SANCTIONS VOA 23 Sept. 2001 -- Pakistan is welcoming the lifting of U-S sanctions imposed on Pakistan and India after they conducted nuclear tests in 1998.

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