Kabul: Bloodier than Sarajevo

Ivanko, Alexander
May 1994
World & I;May94, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p76
Discusses the civil war in Kabul, Afghanistan. Deaths of civilians; Decreased population; Prime minister Gulbuddin Hekmatyar's attempt to oust president Burhanuddin Rabbani; Support sought by Hekmatyar and Rabbani from regional warlords; Geopolitical implications.


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