The War in Afghanistan (or the American war in Afghanistan) is the period in which the United States invaded Afghanistan after the September 11 attacks. Supported initially by close allies, they were later joined by NATO beginning in 2003. It followed the Afghan Civil War's 1996–2001 phase. Its public aims were to dismantle al-Qaeda and to deny it a safe base of operations in Afghanistan by removing the Taliban from power. Key allies, including the United Kingdom, supported the U.S. from the start to the end of the phase. This phase of the War is the longest war in United States history.
Afghanis-tan(あふがにすタン,Afuganisu-tan, see note on name below) or Afghanistan is a Japanese yonkomamanga, originally published as a webcomic, by Timaking (ちまきing). It is also the name of the heroine of the manga. The manga is nicknamed Afgan(あふがん,Afugan)
Even in 2000, Stone’s parishioners weren’t that bothered about their ‘new’ vicar ...Deuteronomy 22.5 ... Does it really mean, for example, that women should not wear clothes marketed as men’s garments, as is perhaps the case today in Iran and Afghanistan? ... .
“Questions remain regarding the linkages between illegal manufacture of heroin and of methamphetamine (in Afghanistan) and whether the two markets will develop in parallel or whether one will substitute the other,” it added.
Strategies include augmenting market supply by sourcing onions from diverse regions such as Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Turkey, and Iran... In response, market authorities have taken proactive measures.
“Based on the new list, the drugs from foreign manufacturers will be registered in Afghanistan... According to Omar, Afghanistan has a drug market worth $1 billion, eighty percent of which is from imports.
Strike observed in Turbat on call of NP; trade with Iran, Afghanistan still suspended. All markets and private banks in Turbat remained closed throughout the day ...Trade with Afghanistan and Iran was ...
Earlier, the Prime Minister of the Pakistani caretaker government, Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar, claimed that the weapons left from the foreign troops in Afghanistan are being sold in the black markets, which was called baseless by the Islamic Emirate.
In addition, we will be able to develop global markets in the world and neighboring countries so that some of our goods that are from Afghanistan will be displayed," said Ferdows Behguzin, an economist.