• al-Qaeda's origins and links
    Al-Qaeda's origins and links Al-Qaeda, meaning "the base", was created in 1989 as Soviet forces withdrew from Afghanistan and Osama Bin Laden and his colleagues began looking for new jihads. The organisation grew out of the network of Arab volunteers who had gone to Afghanistan in the 1980s to...
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  • Al-Qaeda: the Center of Radical Islam
    many Al-Qaeda members. Islamic militants exist in Afghanistan, Yemen, Pakistan, Algeria, Bosnia, Chechnya, Eritrea, Kosovo, the Philippines, Somalia, and Tajikistan. Also, Al-Qaeda has been connected to conflicts in Africa, Asia, Europe, former Soviet, the Middle East, and North and South America...
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  • Interetng Stuff
    News Article VS Novel The media has a long history of being bias till today, and has established the way many people think of countries that they have not been to. For example, many foreigners believe that India is just a poor country due to how the media portrays it. Afghanistan is one of the...
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  • Cement Industry of Pakistan
    policies for the cement industry. Cement demand is significantly affected by the Public Sector Development Program (PSDP), construction of dams, elevated and concrete roadways, residential construction as well as exports. As far as exports are concerned majority of or export heading for Afghanistan...
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  • Dbq on Al Qaeda
    Afghanistan Zahir Shah. [Source: Associated Press]An assailant posing as a Portuguese journalist stabs Zahir Shah, the former king of Afghanistan, in his home in exile in Rome. Dec. 29, 1992 In the first al-Qaida attack against U.S. forces, operatives bomb a hotel where U.S. troops -- on their way to...
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  • Vietnam War vs Soviet Afghan War
     Vietnam War vs. Soviet Afghan War Vietnam War vs. Soviet-Afghan War The Vietnam War was a long and costly armed conflict between the communist regime of North Vietnam who joined forces with its southern allies, also know as the Viet Cong, and South Vietnam and...
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  • Types of War
    the Active use of force in a measured way or threat of force to persuade an adversary to adopt a certain pattern of behaviour against his wishes. US air attack on Col Qaddafi’s residence in 1986 and American cruise missile attack against Afghanistan in 1998 are the examples of coercion by use of...
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  • Eve Ensler
    VE ENSLER. She is the women who introduced the VDAY to the Philippines. She’s a feminist, activist, and an honoured lady that is highly concerned on women’s right.  She’s an author of cult Vagina EMonologues: irreverent, passionate. Women and men biologically are different. Ultimately, men and...
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  • Yamuna
    starting the series with Yamuna. India is a vast country blessed with perennial rivers and seasonal rivers. I just shudder to think of the geography of a country like the Philippines which consists simply of islands, more than one thousand of them! Our perennial rivers like Ganga and Yamuna...
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  • U.S's War on Terror and Ww2 Comparison
    Marcos Galan 3/26/11 Historys250 The view on World War 2 and the war on terror in Iraq and Afghanistan Wars have always brought an abundant amount of hate, sorrow, death; no matter how great is the reasoning and the obligation. Despite of all those horrible...
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  • Social Structures
    countries or areas) Oman Ethiopia Brazil Costa Rica Panama Gambia Bulgaria Croatia Papua New Guinea Guinea Cambodia Cuba Paraguay Guinea-Bissau Cameroon Cyprus Peru Haiti Cape Verde Czech Republic Philippines Kenya China Denmark Romania Lesotho Colombia Estonia...
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  • Why We Should Fight the War on Terrorism
    global reach and prevent their re-emergence. The War on Terror is currently being fought in Iraq, Afghanistan, The Philippines, The Horn of Africa, The Mediterranean, Maghreb, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Thailand, Somalia, Israel, Lebanon, Gaza Strip, Nigeria, and North Caucasus (among others). Every...
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  • APUSH Outline
    problems plaguing Carter’s presidency C. Foreign Affairs 1. Carter Doctrine for Human Rights 2. Camp David Accords (1978) 3. Islamic Revolution in Iran (1979) 4. Hostage crisis in Iran (1979-81) 5. Soviets invade Afghanistan (1979) II. The Conservative Movement Grows A. Bakke vs...
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  • History of the Incas
    leave the union Top 10: Social/Cultural Movements of the Early 19th Century: 1. William Lloyd Garrison – immediate emancipation vs. those that wanted gradual emancipation/colonization (which was more popular with whites) 2. Transcendentalism – Thoreau (civil disobedience) and Emerson 3...
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  • Week 4 Eth Paper
    I believe people do not put two and two together because someone who is from the Philippines and someone from Afghanistan look different, rather than someone from China and Japan who share similar qualities. Asian culture has contributed a lot to the American culture; most of stuff in America is...
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  • Terrorism in Southeast Asia
    and terrorist groups in Southeast Asia, particularly those in the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore. Southeast Asia has been a base for terrorist operations. Al Qaeda penetrated the region by establishing local cells, training Southeast Asians in its camps in Afghanistan...
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  • spratlys island dispute
     philippines what will happen? Why shouldn't the philippines give up its claims for scarborough shoal? Who will gain control of the spratleys in the end?The Philippines or China? Who owns spratly islands? Philippines or China? China vs. Philippines War China vs Philippine War: President Obama personal...
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  • How to Say I Love You in Different Languages
    , Suriname) ESPERANTO - Mi amas vin (International constructed language) ESTONIAN - Ma armastan sind (Estonia) ETHIOPIAN - Afgreki' (Ethiopia) FAROESE - Eg elski teg (Faroe Islands, Denmark, Norway) FARSI - Doset daram (Afghanistan, Iran, Tajikistan) FILIPINO - Mahal kita (Philippines...
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  • Multivariate
    fleets of combat platforms.10 Ongoing operations in Afghanistan demonstrate the challenges of supplying fuel to the forward-deployed fighting units and bases. The unavailability of petroleum products incountry meant that fuel supplies had to be transported by long truck convoys from foreign soil while...
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  • say it now
    Asia[edit] Ahmad Shah Durrani, founder of Afghanistan Afghanistan[edit] Ahmad Shah Durrani (1723–1773) unified the Afghan tribes and founded Afghanistan in 1747.[4] His mausoleum is next to the Shrine of the Cloak in Kandahar, Afghanistan, where he is fondly known as Ahmad Shah Baba...
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