Afghan diary

December 2011
South Asian Post;12/8/2011, p8
The article offers information about key events in Afghanistan since the U.S.-led invasion started on October 7, 2001 including entrance of Northern Alliance forces in Kabul, approval of Afghanistan as an Islamic republic, and election of Hamid Karzai as the first president of the country.


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