16 February 2002 Military News
- AFGHAN / MINISTER VOA 16 Feb. 2002-- Afghanistan's top leaders attended funeral services Saturday for the country's slain Aviation and Tourism minister and vowed to pursue his killers. The minister was killed at Kabul airport Thursday night in what the government is describing as a well planned assassination
- ZIMBABWE / ELECTION VOA 16 Feb. 2002-- The head of the European Union election observer mission to Zimbabwe has called his deportation by the Zimbabwe authorities "a particularly unfortunate twist" in the dispute between the two sides.
- ZIMBABWE/E-U VOA 16 Feb. 2002-- According to the European Union office in Harare, the Zimbabwe government has abruptly withdrawn a visa for Pierre Schori, leader of the E-U observer mission for the March presidential election
Defense Policy / Programs
- BUSH / ASIA VOA 16 Feb. 2002-- U-S President George Bush is on his way to Asia where he will visit Japan, South Korea and China. A key theme of the week-long trip will be fighting terrorism
- KIM JONG IL TURNS 60 VOA 16 Feb. 2002-- North Korea staged huge celebrations Saturday to mark the 60th birthday of its leader, Kim Jong Il.
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