Osama is in charge

Tariq, Farooq
November 2001
New Internationalist;Nov2001, Issue 340, p13
Focuses on the interview of Adil, leader of the Labour Revolutionary Organization on the situation in Afghanistan. Description of the economy; Popularity of the Taliban movement; Influence of a king on the transitional period of the country.


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