Zabriskie, Phil; Hasnain, Ghulam; Mayar, Wahid; McGirk, Tim; Ware, Michael; Yousafazi, Rahimullah
July 2003
Time International (South Pacific Edition);7/21/2003, Issue 28, p32
The article focuses on the Islamic fundamentalist organization Taliban, which is regrouping on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border to continue its terrorist Taliban men have been hiding in Pakistan and are returning back to attack government offices in Afghanistan. In June 2003, they have launched scores of rockets at U.S. military bases and detonated explosives in several Afghan cities.


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