In a war without end

Delahaye, Luc; Clifton, Tony
December 1996
Bulletin with Newsweek;12/10/96, Vol. 116 Issue 6050, p60
Reports on the ongoing warfare in Afghanistan. The Afghan Muslim militia, the Taliban, taking the capital city of Kabul; Possible counteroffensive from the forces of the ousted Afghan government led by Ahmed Shah Massoud; Prospects for a peaceful resolution to the conflict.


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