Most South Africans in Afghanistan have been evacuated
/ 18 August 2021

Most South Africans in Afghanistan have been evacuated

‘The Taliban also registered the serial numbers of their weapons and just asked them not to move around in the streets while armed but stay within the compound until everything calms down. Then the Taliban left.’

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/ 30 July 2004

Blasts at US, Israeli embassies in Uzbekistan

A series of attacks on Friday struck the United States and Israeli embassies in Uzbekistan along with the country’s prosecutor general’s office, causing casualties, with at least two of the strikes staged by a suicide bomber. A US embassy official said a suicide bomber wearing a belt full of explosives set off the blast outside the embassy.

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/ 30 March 2004

New attacks rock Uzbekistan capital

Uzbekistan security forces killed 20 suspected militants on Tuesday in clashes near the residence of President Islam Karimov as a fresh wave of violence rocked the Central Asian country. The firefight between police and the militants occurred after two morning blasts in the northeastern outskirts of the capital, Tashkent.