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Daily News Analysis

Battles of Kunduz

Eric Walberg

Safar 05, 14382016-11-05

The first Battle of Kunduz took place from April to October 2015 for control of the city, where Taliban forces were playing cat and mouse for months and finally overran the city, forcing government forces to flee. The capture marked the first time since 2001 that the Taliban had taken control of a major city in Afghanistan. The Afghan government claimed to have largely recaptured Kunduz by October 1 in a counterattack. But by 6 October, the Taliban had recaptured substantial portions of Kunduz.

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Letters To The Editor

Who’s responsible for crimes in Libya?

Abdullah al-Maghrabi

Safar 01, 14382016-11-01

Libya was the most prosperous country in North Africa yet after Nato’s 2011 attack, it has been turned into a failed State. Those responsible for this crime should be punished.

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News & Analysis

What prevents implementation of Iran deal?

Tahir Mahmoud

Shawwal 27, 14372016-08-01

There was always deep concern among some segments of the Iranian society that the West would not live up to its part of the bargain in the nuclear deal with Iran. A year after the deal was signed has confirmed the skeptics’ worst fears.

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Daily News Analysis

Toronto rally condemns Indian army killings of innocent Kashmiris

Crescent International

Shawwal 11, 14372016-07-16

There has been widespread revulsion at Indian crimes in Kashmir. Over the past two weeks, there has again been an escalation in violence by the Indian army of occupation against innocent Kashmiris. Hundreds of Canadians of all backgrounds also added their voices to condemn the violence and brutality unleashed by the Indian occupation army on the Kashmiri people. A rally was held outside the Indian Consulate July 16 to condemn India.

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Editorials

Iraqis braced for the inevitable onslaught

Crescent International

Dhu al-Hijjah 27, 14232003-03-01

As this issue of Crescent International goes to press, an attack on Iraq seems inevitable. The US and Britain are expected to put their revised draft resolution before the UN Security Council at any moment, giving Iraq until March 17 to "disarm completely" or face attack...

World

Kosovars’ rights abandoned as west does a deal with Milosevic

Iqbal Siddiqui

Rabi' al-Awwal 02, 14201999-06-16

NATO’s 11-week war with Yugoslavia over Kosova appeared finally to have ended on June 10, when its Secretary General Javier Solana suspended military operations saying that alliance intelligence sources had verified that Yugoslavia troops had begun to withdraw from Kosova.

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