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  • Rabie
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    • Jan 2000
    • 3220

    Its GO GO GO (26 days later)

    Watched the Bush Speach at 6:00pm.

    UK and USA involved

    France, OZ, canada, germany to join soon.

    Germany - says suports attack

    Reports from Jalebad and kandahar of strikes.

    TV shots of night sky of kabul showing AAA firing at loads of targets in sky.

    Multiple explosions in kandahar

    Power out in kandahar and kabul

    there are expected to be aid flights for civies as bush said he would be doing so soon

    ####### ------- woa the sh*t has hit the fan ------- #######

    my bet is still on one to two nights of bombing

    where they come from ??? - oman with tankers for uk planes, USN for definate, uzbekistan ??? - the 10th mountain went there so maybee ??? - pakistan at the outside.

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    more from bbc

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/world/south_asia/newsid_1556000/1556588.stm

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/1555000/images/_1556588_targets2_map300.gif

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/1585000/images/_1585028_bbc300bushgrab.jpg

    President Bush has ordered a military operation in Afghanistan as a new front in the United States' operation to combat terrorism. There were reports of loud explosions and anti-aircraft fire in the Afghan capital Kabul and the city of Kandahar, the main stronghold of the ruling Taleban. In an address to the nation, Mr Bush said strikes were taking place against training camps and military installations of the al-Qaeda network in Afghanistan, and that they had been carefully targetted. The Taleban, he said, would "pay the price" for sheltering terrorists. "In this conflict there is no neutral ground, there can be no peace in a world of terror...," he said. "We did not ask for this mission but we will fulfil it." UK Prime Minister Tony Blair is also due to speak shortly. Earlier, the Taleban says it has sent 8,000 troops to its border with Uzbekistan, which has given the US access to an air base for its anti-terrorism campaign. The US administration has repeatedly rejected Taleban offers to bargain over the fate of its guest, Saudi-born militant Osama Bin Laden.

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    taliban now say they wont give him up

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    pentagon says tomahawks from uk and usn subs were fired

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    from cnn

    http://a388.g.akamai.net/f/388/21/1d/www.cnn.com/images/0110/top.green.sky.jpg

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    blair says .....

    gave permisson for deigo garcia

    the uk subs are taking parts

    "the danger of inaction is far, far greater" - intresting

    "must avooid civialn causulties"

    no uk planes at the moment

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    rabie :9

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