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  • completion of Afghanistan’s ring road, every major Central Asian capital will be less than thirty-two hours from the Persian Gulf and the port of Karachi. "Mr
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  • the sea ports of Karachi and Gawadar in Pakistan and Chah Bahar and Bandar-e-Abbas in Iran. We are resuming work on the long-aspired project of Afghanistan’s
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  • (Ret) 2009-11 944413After Action Report—General Barry R McCaffrey USA (Ret) 2009-11 Adjunct Professor of International Affairs December 5, 2009
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  • consideration of the proposed defences for the Indian ports of Aden, Karáchi, Bombay, Madras, Calcutta, and Rangoon. During the Afghan campaigns of 1878–81
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  • — Pakistan                 This page was last updated on 1 January 2003 This is a snapshot of the CIA World Fact Book as it existed on 26 March 2005
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  • Britannica, Volume 15 Karachi 1157001911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 15 — Karachi KARACHI, or Kurrachee, a seaport and district of British India, in
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  • — Gwadar GWADAR, a port on the Makran coast of Baluchistan, about 290 m. W. of Karachi. Pop. (1903), 4350. In the last half of the 18th century it was
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  • During the construction of the Uganda railway large numbers of coolies were recruited in the Punjab and exported from Karachi to Mombasa. During the decade
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  • of Evidence for Administrative Review Board in the case of Ali Bin Attash, Hassan Mohammed (2007-10-31)  (2007)  631982Unclassified Summary of Evidence
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  • trade, Bombay, Karachi-in-Sind, Marmagoa and Karwar alone have harbours sufficiently land-locked to protect shipping during the prevalence of the south-west
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  • CSRT Summary of Evidence memo for Walid Bin Attash 114271CSRT Summary of Evidence memo for Walid Bin Attash UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense Office
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  • principal mouths of the Indus, with a view to commerce, and entered enthusiastically into a scheme to make Karachi the second port of the Indian empire
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  • and was mentioned in despatches. On the termination of the expedition Gill embarked at Karachi for Bandar Abbás, and travelled by Sirgán, Kermán, Yezd
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  • (Gauhati) . . . Station Club. Karachi . . . Amateur Dramatic Club, 11, Telkul Ghat Road. Gymkhana Club, Scandal Point Road. Karachi Club, Victoria Road. Sind
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  • Executive Order 5644 (category Executive orders of 1931)
    Executive Order 5644 by President of the United States Designation of Unhealthful Posts in the Foreign Service ◄  Executive Order 5643 1329768 Executive Order
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  • CSRT Summary of Evidence memo for Abd Al Rahim Hussein Mohammed Al Nashiri 114275CSRT Summary of Evidence memo for Abd Al Rahim Hussein Mohammed Al
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  • entrance to Karachi harbour, founded 15 ft. below low water on a rubble mound and 24 ft. high, the blocks in each section, consisting of two rows of three superposed
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  • 767 Jowett, Professor, 551 Juiz de Fora, 277 Jung, Sir Salar, 580 K Karachi, 730 Karla Caves, 578 Karyatayn, 412 Kazeh, 143 Kebir, Amir el, 583
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  • to Karachi, Pakistan.There KSM instructed them on Western culture and travel. Much of his activity in mid-1999 had revolved around the collection of training
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  • Saudi Arabia in the middle of July 2002. 9. The detainee received 100,000 Riyals (SAR) to cover upcoming expenditures of the Port Rashid operation (1 USD
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