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Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006


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U.S. military launches 'Infinite Justice' mission
By JOHN STACKHOUSE, The Globe and Mail
With reports from AP and Reuters
Thursday, September 20, 2001

Jets and ships head out as buildup begins - Taliban maintains hard line on bin Laden - More cuts at airlines, layoffs near 100,000
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U.S. is 'the lesser evil,' Pakistani leader says
By MIRO CERNETIG AND GEOFFREY YORK, The Globe and Mail
With reports from Reuters and Associated Press
Thursday, September 20, 2001

Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf went on national television last night to defend his support for U.S. military action against Afghanistan, asking for his country's trust and warning of the most serious crisis since its 1971-72 war with India over Bangladesh.
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Canada will make its own laws, PM vows
By SHAWN MCCARTHY AND CAMPBELL CLARK, The Globe and Mail
Thursday, September 20, 2001

Prime Minister Jean Chrétien stressed sovereignty to his MPs yesterday in the face of increased pressure to establish a North American security perimeter.
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The Taliban's forgotten war on women
By MARGARET WENTE, The Globe and Mail
Thursday, September 20, 2001
On Fridays, the shops in Kabul close and everyone goes to the stadium. There, they watch as thieves and heretics have their hands cut off. One day, the Taliban brought in three women covered in burqas. A smuggled video shows a man with a microphone reading from the Koran. One of the women, accused of adultery, is led to the centre of the stadium. A man puts a gun to her head and shoots her dead. The video ends.
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