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29 September 2001 Military News

Operations
Government Statements and Transcripts
US Domestic Responses
International Responses
Defense Industry
Other Conflicts
News Reports

Operations

  • U-S MILITARY OPTIONS VOA 29 Sept 2001-- As the United States prepares for possible military action in Afghanistan, current and former U-S military leaders are urging Americans to brace themselves for a lengthy and unconventional campaign against terrorism.

Government Statements and Transcripts

US Domestic Responses

  • WASHINGTON PROTEST VOA 29 September 2001 -- Anti-war activists marched through the streets of Washington Saturday, urging the Bush Administration not to take military action in the wake of the September 11th terrorist attacks.

International Responses

  • Taleban Fissures VOA 29 September 2001 -- There have been few signs of any divisions within the Taleban on the issue of surrendering those accused of the terrorists acts. But some analysts say as the threat of U-S military attack grows, divisions in the Taleban may split the movement.
  • PAK / AFGHANISTAN VOA 29 September 2001 -- Pakistan says the ruling Taleban movement in neighboring Afghanistan is showing no sign of flexibility in its refusal to hand over alleged terrorist Osama bin Laden.
  • Text: UN Security Council Anti-Terrorism Resolution 29 September 2001 -- Under terms of the text, the Council decided that all States should prevent and suppress the financing of terrorism, as well as criminalize the wilful provision or collection of funds for such acts.
  • Hezbollah / US VOA 29 September 2001 -- The head of Lebanon's pro-Iranian Hezbollah says no Arabs or Muslims should help the United States in its fight against terrorism.
  • Russia's Role VOA 29 September 2001 -- Russia supports the United States in its war against terrorism. It is not standing in the way of U-S forces entering Central Asia, and the veterans of its Afghan war are offering advice to Americans as they confront Afghanistan.
  • ISRAEL / PALESTINIANS VOA 29 September 2001 -- One Palestinian was killed and at least 50 were wounded in clashes with Israeli troops Saturday in the Gaza Strip. Clashes are also reported in the West Bank town of Hebron.
  • Israel / Palestinians VOA 29 September 2001 -- At least three Palestinians were killed and dozens wounded in clashes with Israeli troops in the West Bank and Gaza Strip Saturday, and thousands of Palestinians took to the streets to show their support for their one-year-old uprising.

Defense Industry

Other Conflicts

News Reports

  • AFGHAN OPPOSITION VOA 29 Sept 2001-- The exiled former king of Afghanistan plans to make a major announcement soon on the situation in his country. Mohammad Zahir Shah is talking about returning home to lead a transitional government, if the ruling Taleban were removed
  • BUSH / TERRORISM VOA 29 September 2001 -- President Bush says the United States will act "deliberately and decisively" in its fight against terrorism.
  • U-N / AFGHANISTAN VOA 29 September 2001 -- The United Nations says it had resumed limited food shipments to Afghanistan from Pakistan. U-N officials say the security situation inside Afghanistan continues to deteriorate.
  • Terrorism / Trucking VOA 29 September 2001 -- U-S officials say that of the scores of people detained in the wake of terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, nearly two dozen had applied for special permits to transport hazardous materials in the United States.



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