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23 Tajik soldiers killed in ambush

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posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 04:49 AM
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23 Tajik soldiers killed in ambush


news.xinhuanet.com

MOSCOW, Sept. 20 (Xinhua) -- At least 23 Tajik soldiers were killed and many others seriously wounded in an ambush by Islamic militants on Sunday, reports reaching here from Dushanbe said Monday.
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posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 04:49 AM
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Interesting, the destabilization continues. Starting from Iraq, then Afghanistan, then Pakistan, now Tajikistan:


The attack came after a suicide bombing against a police station in the northern city of Khujand earlier this month killed two people and wounded 25 others.

news.xinhuanet.com...

It seems it is infectious, the question is, who is it trying to infect? Iran? China? Russia? India maybe? Pakistan is already fighting a proxy war against the US for the destabilization.

Another question would be: Who will join the proxy war next? The fact of the matter is, that all Afghan neighbors are getting effected from this conflict, not just by the violence and terrorism, but also by drugs, that being said, how long will it take for the neighbors to come in and find a constructive solution?

In other stories:


DUSHANBE – A multi-country anti-drug operation dubbed Southern Canal conducted September 13-16 has arrested 904 traffickers and seized 1.3 tonnes of narcotics in Tajikistan, Kazakhstan and Russia, CA-news reported September 17.


In a Moscow-Dushanbe video-conference, the director of the Russian Federation Service for the Control of Narcotics Trafficking Viktor Ivanov said that the operation shows the scale of ongoing trafficking of narcotics from Afghanistan into Russia, the news agency reported.

centralasiaonline.com...

Interesting

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