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25 March 2002 Military News

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  • U.S Military Will Help Train Afghan Army, Rumsfeld Says AFPS 25 Mar. 2002-- Plans are under way for U.S. and coalition forces to help train and create an Afghan national army, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said today.
  • AFGHAN/ARMY VOA 25 Mar. 2002-- U-S troops will soon begin training an Afghan army intended to maintain internal security and provide border protection
  • AFGHAN/ANTHRAX VOA 25 Mar. 2002--U-S investigators have found trace evidence of anthrax and another deadly poison at several suspected al-Qaida terrorist facilities in Afghanistan
  • AFGHANISTAN / I-O-M VOA 25 Mar. 2002-- U-N officials are expressing concern about the internal stability of Afghanistan
  • TURKEY/AFGHANISTAN VOA 25 Mar. 2002-- Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit said Monday that all the conditions have not yet been met for Turkey to assume command of the international peacekeeping force in Afghanistan. For over a month, Turkish, British and U-S officials have been attempting to work out an agreement, under which Turkey would take over leadership of the mission from Britain
  • PHILIPPINES / REBELS VOA 25 Mar. 2002-- Military commanders in the Philippines have rejected a call for a cease-fire by Muslim rebels who are holding three hostages on a southern island.
  • DoD News Briefing - Secretary Rumsfeld and Gen. Meyers 25 Mar. 2002 -- "In Afghanistan over the weekend, we continued searching numerous cave complexes. In addition to small arms, mortars, rocket-propelled grenades, heavy machine guns, we also discovered a couple of computers, some manuals, a couple of passports, phone lists, maps, and bomb-making notes. (...) In regards to training an Afghan national army, from the start, one of our missions has been to ensure Afghanistan is not a safe haven for terrorists, especially organizations like the al Qaeda. This assistance that we're going to provide will train the Afghan national army, is directly part of that mission"

Other Conflicts

Defense Policy / Programs

  • NATO / EXPANSION VOA 25 Mar. 2002-- Leaders of 10 former communist countries in Central and Eastern Europe, which want to join NATO, have gathered in Bucharest to discuss how they can boost their prospects for membership

Defense Industry

News Reports

  • SOKOR/NOKOR DIALOGUE VOA 25 Mar. 2002-- A South Korean emissary will go to North Korea next week to discuss easing tensions on the divided Korean Peninsula
  • U-N/ IRAQ/ INSPECTORS VOA 25 Mar. 2002-- The United Nations has confirmed that Secretary-General Kofi Annan will meet for the second time this year with an Iraqi delegation to discuss returning U-N weapons inspectors to Iraq
  • RUSSIA / TERRORISM CONFERENCE VOA 25 Mar. 2002-- Representatives from intelligence and security services from close to 40-countries are meeting in St. Petersburg, Russia to discuss how to combat international terrorism
  • SHAPE NEWS SUMMARY & ANALYSIS 25 Mar. 2002-- Britain to lead Kabul for longer
  • UN, Iraq to Resume Talks on Weapons Inspections Washington File 25 Mar. 2002-- Iraqi officials will return to New York in April



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