Lancaster, Pat
November 2001
Middle East;Nov2001, Issue 317, p4
Reports on the launching of another series of air strikes by the United States on forces loyal to Taliban and Osama Bin Laden. Effects of terrorist attacks on American people; Issue on religion; Ignorance of Afghans on the events.


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