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26 May 2009 description
report EurasiaNet

Are anti-Taliban operations in far-away Pakistan prompting Uzbek Islamic militants to flee safe havens in the Southwest Asian nation's tribal areas and to return to Central Asia?

26 Mar 2007 description
report EurasiaNet

Abubakar Siddique

As he prepared to return to his homeland after 15 years as a refugee, Hazratullah, a native of Afghanistan's Nangarhar Province, was more anxious than happy. "I don't have a house there and I don't know if I will find any work," he told EurasiaNet about his fears.

23 Oct 2001 description
report EurasiaNet

From EURASIA INSIGHT October 24, 2001

Ariel Cohen: 10/23/01

The disparate interests of key players in the anti-terrorism coalition are complicating the campaign against the Taliban and the al Qaeda network. These same differing priorities will make it difficult for the international community to promote lasting stability in Afghanistan and the Central Asian states. Already, officials in Washington are struggling to balance competing tactical and strategic requirements.