02 March 2002 Military News
- AFGHAN/PENTAGON VOA 02 Mar. 2002-- One American soldier has been killed and an unspecified number of others wounded in fighting against al-Qaida and Taleban forces regrouping in eastern Afghanistan
- AFGHAN-MASOOD VOA 02 Mar. 2002-- When the Taleban were finally driven from power in Afghanistan, there was one key figure not there to share in the victory. Ahmed Shah Masood, who first came to prominence fighting the Soviet occupation and then the Taleban, had been killed by suicide bombers
- AFGHAN / FIGHTING VOA 02 Mar. 2002-- A new military offensive has been launched against remnants of the Taleban and the al-Qaida terrorist network in Afghanistan
- Coalition, Afghan Forces Attack In Eastern Afghanistan 02 Mar. 2002-- The U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) headquarters in Tampa announced on March 2 that U.S. and coalition forces, along with anti-Taliban Afghan forces, have attacked al-Qaida and non-Afghan Taliban forces south of Gardez in eastern Afghanistan beginning in the evening of March 1.
- MACEDONIA-TERRORISM VOA 02 Mar. 2002-- Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski says his police forces have shot dead seven foreign militants who allegedly planned to attack several key buildings including the American and other foreign embassies in the Capital Skopje
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