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20 January 2002 Military News

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  • JAPAN/AFGHAN CONFERENCE VOA 20 Jan. 2002-- Representatives from nearly 60 countries and 22 international organizations are in Tokyo to offer financial commitments for the reconstruction of Afghanistan
  • OSAMA FATE VOA 20 Jan. 2002-- Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld said he has seen no evidence that accused terrorist Osama Bin Laden is dead
  • RUSSIA/AFGHANISTAN VOA 20 Jan. 2002-- Russia is sending new shipments of humanitarian aid to Afghanistan through the long-closed Salang Tunnel, which was reopened on Saturday. Officials in Moscow also say they will present new proposals at the Afghanistan donors' conference, which begins Monday in Tokyo
  • AFGHANISTAN-HELICOPTER CRASH VOA 20 Jan. 2002--
  • Transcript: Rumsfeld Says He Has No Evidence Bin Laden Not Alive 20 Jan. 2002-- Rumsfeld: Oh, indeed, yes. I mean, our goal is to prevent terrorist attacks on our country and our people and our friends and allies and our forces overseas. Osama bin Laden and Omar are not currently functioning effectively, leading their terrorist networks. They're being driven. They're running, they're hiding, and we're after them.

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  • COLOMBIA/PEACE AGREEMENT VOA 20 Jan. 2002-- In Colombia, representatives of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, have signed an agreement with the government of President Andres Pastrana that sets a timetable for peace negotiations
  • ZIMBABWE UNREST VOA 20 Jan. 2002-- Police in Zimbabwe's second city, Bulawayo, have blocked a political rally. It was to have been addressed by Morgan Tsvangirai, leader of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change

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