10 March 2002 Military News
- AFGHAN FIGHTING VOA 10 Mar. 2002-- The U-S military pulled troops out of the fighting in eastern Afghanistan, saying that the major portion of the fighting is over
- Anaconda Battle Plan Sound, Franks Says AFPS 10 Mar. 2002-- The senior commander of U.S. troops in Afghanistan today defended the Operation Anaconda battle plan as sound.
- ZIMBABWE VOTING 2ND UPDATE VOA 10 Mar. 2002-- A Zimbabwean court has ordered the government to keep polling stations open for another day
- ZIMBABWE / VOTE VOA 10 Mar. 2002-- A coalition of human and political rights agencies in Zimbabwe say they are worried that the government is preparing to carry out ballot box fraud to make sure that President Robert Mugabe wins another six-year term
Defense Policy / Programs
- U-S HOMELAND SECURITY VOA 10 Mar. 2002-- Monday marks six-month's since the terrorist attacks on the United States
- Myers, Franks: Operation Anaconda not yet Over AFPS 10 Mar. 2002-- Two top U.S. generals today denied media reports that Operation Anaconda is all but finished.
- Powell Interviewed on CBS's Face the Nation 10 Mar. 2002-- POWELL: General Zinni is going out with a specific mission, and that is to get both sides to agree to enter the Tenet work plan and to participate in the execution of the Tenet work plan. The Tenet work plan is part of our long-range process of getting to the Mitchell process, and that will get us into negotiations, negotiations that ultimately will lead to discussions on the basis of UN Resolutions 242 and 338.
- Myers Interviewed on CNN 10 Mar. 2002-- Myers: I think some of those troops that are withdrawing are actually going to rearm and refit themselves, and perhaps go back into the area to finish the job. There are certainly still pockets of Taliban and al Qaeda there that we need to finish out job on, and so it will take some time.
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