26 September 2001 Military News
Government Statements and Transcripts
US Domestic Responses
- Wolfowitz: Terrorism Fight Means More Than Military Action AFPS 26 September 2001 -- "I think it can't be stressed enough that everybody who is waiting for a military action because they think that is the definition of a campaign" doesn't understand the war on global terrorism is a multifaceted endeavor, Deputy Defense Secretary Paul D. Wolfowitz said to reporters today at NATO headquarters.
Government Statements and Transcripts
- Transcript: State Department Noon Briefing, Sept. 26, 2001 26 Sept. 2001-- State briefing
- Text: U.S. Official in Tajikistan for Talks on Response to Terrorism 26 Sept. 2001-- Question taken at September 25 daily press briefing
- Transcript: Remarks by Powell, Irish Foreign Minister Sept. 26 26 Sept. 2001-- Bush commitment to go after terrorism unwavering, Powell says
- Transcript: White House Daily Briefing, September 26, 2001 26 Sept. 2001-- White House Briefing
- Transcript: Remarks by Powell, Italian Foreign Minister Sept. 25 26 Sept. 2001-- Italy "ready to participate" in every action necessary
- Text: Sen. Levin Testifies on Money Laundering and Terrorism 26 Sept. 2001-- Lawmaker seeks to close loopholes in current U.S. banking laws
- Text: State Department Says Chechen Rebels Have Ties to Bin Laden 26 Sept. 2001-- Question taken at 9/25/01 Daily Press Briefing
- Texts: Bush, Rumsfeld Welcome House Action on Defense Spending 26 Sept. 2001-- They praise House approval of authorization bill
- Text: Justice Official Urges Tighter Money Laundering Laws 26 Sept. 2001-- Asst. Attorney General Chertoff testifies before Senate
- Text: NATO Release on Sept. 26 Informal Meeting of Defense Ministers 26 Sept. 2001-- CDiscuss anti-terrorism campaign, Macedonia, Bosnia, Kosovo
- Text: Bush Letter to Congress on Troop Deployments Abroad26 Sept. 2001-- Sends letter pursuant to War Powers Resolution
- Text: U.S. Nuclear Power Plants Ordered to Maintain Heightened Security26 Sept. 2001-- NRC did not contemplate possible attacks by jetliners
- Text: Bush Travel to APEC 26 Sept. 2001-- Modifies planned travel to Asia in October
- Transcript: State Department Noon Briefing, September 25, 2001 26 Sept 2001-- State Department Briefing
- Text: Treasury's Gurule on Strategy Against Money Laundering 26 Sept 2001-- He says IMF, World Bank agree to more cooperation
US Domestic Responses
- Bush Meets with American Sikh, Muslim Leaders USIA26 Sept. 2001-- Urges Americans to be tolerant in wake of September 11 attacks
- BUSH EGYPT VOA 26 Sept. 2001-- President Bush met with Egypt's Foreign Minister Wednesday as the United States continues to build an international coalition against terrorism.
- BUSH / CHECHNYA VOA 26 Sept. 2001-- The Bush administration is also backing Russian President Vladimir Putin's call for peace talks with the separatists.
- Add Congressional Report, September 26: Powell, Rumsfeld Briefings USIA 26 Sept. 2001-- Secretaries brief Congress on terrorism
- Bush Meets with Leaders of Congress, Japan's Prime Minister, FBI Officials USIA26 Sept. 2001-- As he continues his anti-terrorism campaign
- IRAN/U-S COALTION VOA 26 Sept. 2001-- Despite condemning the September 11th terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamanei says his country would not help the United States attack Afghanistan.
- EGYPT / TERROR / DIPLOMACY VOA 26 Sept. 2001-- : Egypt, one of Washington's closest Arab allies, is expressing support for the U-S war against terrorism but believes the problem will not be resolved until there is a solution to the Israeli - Palestinian conflict.
- NATO Displays Solidarity For Terrorism Fight, Says Official AFPS 26 September 2001 -- NATO nations are displaying "enormous solidarity" with the United States and an "outpouring of feeling and emotion" over the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on New York City and the Pentagon, a senior U.S. official said here today.
- SAUDI'S STANCE VOA 26 Sept. 2001-- : As the United States builds a global coalition to join the war against terrorism, no nation, save Pakistan, is in a more delicate position than Saudi Arabia.
- U-N-AVIATION SAFETY VOA 26 Sept. 2001-- The head of the U-N agency responsible for international aviation safety is calling for a high-level conference on ways to strengthen aircraft security.
- NATO/DEFENSE MINISTERS VOA 26 Sept. 2001-- A senior U-S defense official has told NATO officials in Brussels that Washington has no immediate need to call on the alliance to respond collectively to the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.
- IRAN / COALITION VOA 26 Sept 2001-- Iran will not provide help to the United States in a possible attack on Afghanistan.
- U-S / CHINA / TERRORISM VOA 26 Sept 2001-- China has agreed to help the United States in its new war against terrorism.
- U-N-H-C-R / AFGHANISTAN VOA 26 Sept 2001-- The U-N's refugee agency, U-N-H-C-R, is appealing for 252-million dollars to carry out emergency programs to help Afghans fleeing possible U-S military strikes against the Taleban
- ATTACKS / AFGHAN / U-S VOA 26 Sept 2001-- neighboring Pakistan says it will keep its border with Afghanistan closed to refugees, despite the flood of people trying to escape Afghan cities.
- ATTACKS / SPAIN VOA 26 Sept 2001-- Spanish police say they have arrested six Algerian members of an alleged terrorist group believed to have links to Osama bin Laden, the prime suspect in the September 11th terrorist attacks in the United States.
- ATTACKS / AFGHAN / U-S VOA 26 Sept 2001-- In Afghanistan's capital, thousands of people have taken to streets to protest possible U-S military strikes against their country.
- INDONESIA / TERRORISTS VOA 26 Sept. 2001-- The rise of Muslim extremism in Indonesia in recent years is raising fears that some groups may already have links to wider terrorist networks.
- RUSSIA / NATO VOA 26 Sept. 2001-- There are signs of closer cooperation between the Kremlin and the West in the wake of the terrorist attacks in the United States.
- ISRAEL / SPYMASTER VOA 26 Sept. 2001-- The head of Israel's Mossad spy agency has criticized Western intelligence agencies for relying too much on electronic surveillance
- AFGHANISTAN / NORTHERN ALLIANCE VOA 26 Sept. 2001-- The Afghan opposition has burned three-hundred kilograms of opium that it says was produced by the Taleban
- Boeing Delivers First Full-Rate Production Super Hornet Boeing 26 Sep 2001 -- The U.S. Navy Friday accepted its first full-rate production F/A-18E/F Super Hornet from The Boeing Company. The two-seat F model Super Hornet is bound for Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Md.
- Northrop Grumman Expands Staff to Support Defense Department TRICARE Information Center Northrop Grumman 26 Sep 2001 -- Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) announced today that its Information Technology sector has expanded its staff by 40 employees to support the Department of Defense's Worldwide TRICARE Information Center in Frostburg, Md., bringing total employment at the Frostburg Center to 160.
- DAILY PRESS BRIEFING BY THE OFFICE OF THE SPOKESMAN FOR THE SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 26 Sep 2001
- PRESS CONFERENCE BY ITALIAN MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS United Nations 26 Sep 2001
- Pace Says DoD Must Focus on Asymmetrical Threats AFPS 26 September 2001 -- Marine Gen. Peter Pace told the Senate Armed Services Committee that DoD must increase intelligence capabilities and work better with other federal agencies as the country confronts asymmetrical threats.
- WALL STREET WRAP VOA 26 Sept. 2001-- U-S stocks were under selling pressure on Wall Street Wednesday, as economic uncertainty drove investors back to the sidelines
- TOPOGRAPHY OF TERROR VOA 26 Sept. 2001-- Satellites and aerial laser images are helping guide the rescue effort at the World Trade Center in New York.
- TERRORISM/BIO-CHEM THREAT VOA 26 Sept. 2001-- Investigations of the September 11th attacks in New York and Washington are revealing clues that terrorists may have planned further attacks using chemical or biological agents.
- ON THE LINE: CIVILIZATION AGAINST TERRORISM VOA 26 Sept. 2001-- On the Line Show on Terrorism
- LANDMINE REPORT VOA 26 Sept 2001-- A leading campaigner against anti-personnel landmines warns that Afghan refugees are in danger from landmines in Afghanistan
- WEDNESDAY'S EDITORIALS VOA 26 Sept 2001-- A review of Weds. editorials
- The Taleban of Afghanistan: Who Are They? VOA 26 Sept 2001-- Edit of 9-25s TTA - What kind of people are the Taleban?
|Join the GlobalSecurity.org mailing list|