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30 September 2001 Military News

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

Operations

  • AFGHANISTAN/ALLIANCE VOA 30 September 2001 -- The Afghan opposition - the Northern Alliance - says there are no U-S operatives on the ground in the regions of Afghanistan which it controls.

Government Statements and Transcripts

US Domestic Responses

International Responses

  • AFGHAN/BINLADEN VOA 30 September 2001 -- Afghanistan's ruling Taleban movement says suspected terrorist Osama bin Laden is under its control and being hidden at an unknown place for his own protection.
  • IRAN/EGYPT VOA 30 September 2001 -- Iran's top diplomat says his country is willing to join a worldwide battle against terrorism, but not one led by the United States.
  • RUSSIA PUTIN PREVIEW VOA 30 September 2001 -- Russian President Vladimir Putin travels to Brussels this week for a Russia-European Union summit meeting. The recent terrorist attacks in the United States will bring a whole new dimension to the meeting.

Defense Industry

Other Conflicts

News Reports

  • BUSH/TALEBAN VOA 30 September 2001 -- The Taleban says it wants to negotiate the fate of Osama Bin Laden. White House Chief Of Staff Andrew Card says "No."
  • U-S ATTACK INVESTIGATION VOA 30 September 2001 -- Attorney General John Ashcroft says the United States remains under a terrorist threat and he is urging Congress to approve new laws that would make it easier to detect terrorist plots.
  • AFGHANISTAN/LANDMINES VOA 30 September 2001 -- Afghanistan is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. It is covered with landmines from the war with the Soviet Union.
  • AFGHAN AID WORKERS VOA 30 September 2001 -- Lawyers for eight foreign aid workers in Afghanistan, accused of spreading Christianity, have been given three to fifteen days to prepare their case.
  • U-S CONGRESS/AFGHAN KING VOA 30 September 2001 -- The former king of Afghanistan has received a strong pledge of support from a U-S congressional delegation that met with him Sunday at his villa outside Rome.



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