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Brief Notes

Starvation threatens 7 million
UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said on 30 Oct. that more than seven million Afghans are on the verge of starvation, particularly in view of the dry conditions in the neighboring countries. UNICEF, on the other hand, said on 4 Nov. that more than half a million children below the age of five face certain death in Afghanistan, particularly in view of the impending winter and the fact that they are already malnourished.

War aim blurred
Peter Kilfoyle, former British defence minister, joined the growing calls for a halt to the bombing because of civilian casualties. He claimed the war aims had become blurred, and said that protracted bombing would create more terrorists. Tony Benn, veteran leftist and former minister, said: "What we are doing now is immoral because it is killing innocent people who have nothing to do with the bombing of the World Trade Center."

Congressman racially profiled
Rep. Darrell Issa was the victim of racial profiling when he tried to board an Air France flight to Paris. The airline denied the California Republican a seat on a late-night flight from Washington's Dulles International Airport on 4 Oct., after he showed up at the gate an hour before departure with "an Arab surname."

US paying past mistakes
Former President Bill Clinton told students in George Town Uni. on 9 Nov. that terror has existed in America for hundreds of years and the nation is "paying a price today" for its past which includes slavery and the dispossession of American Indians. "Here in the United States, we were founded as a nation that practiced slavery, and slaves quite frequently were killed even though they were innocent."

Gen. Nambiar: anthrax to divert attention
‘More debilitating from the point of view of their projection as free and democratic societies has been the attempt by the American and British administrations to impose bias on media coverage of events taking place in Afghanistan. For possible adverse impact on the people of America, of operations in Afghanistan, attention there is focussed on the anthrax scare.

Turkish man run over
31-year-old Mustafa Chitak was deliberately run over by a vehicle driven by Dutch soldiers in Amsterdam. He was seriously injured with 21 fractures on 16 Oct.
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