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War in Afghanistan
Transcript of War in Afghanistan
per one doctor
23% of people
the poverty level
46 years for women
42 years for men
population increase rate
September 11, 2001
September 20, 2001
deliver al-Qaeda leaders located in Afghanistan to the United States authorities
release all imprisoned foreign nationals, including American citizens
protect foreign journalists, diplomats, and aid workers in Afghanistan
close terrorist training camps in Afghanistan and "hand over every terrorist and every person and their support structure to appropriate authorities"
give the United States full access to terrorist training camps to verify their closure
"There's no need to discuss innocence or guilt. We know he's guilty."
OCTOBER 7 2001
operation Enduring Freedom
COST OF THE WAR
$150 000 000 000
430 000 000 000 PLN
30,000 more troops
October 7, 2001 - present
WHY afghanistan was attacked?
presentation by: Kajetan Grodecki, Mateusz
Grzybek, Rafał Rzeuski, Kamil Szydłowski
destruction of terrorist training camps and infrastructure within Afghanistan
the capture of al-Qaeda leaders
cessation of terrorist activities in Afghanistan
How many countries are taking part in the war on the NATO side?
When the first bombing of Afghanistan took place?
How many soldiers of the Coalition have been killed in the war?
Who is that man talking to?
a) less than 1000
b) more than 5000
c) about 1500
a) 7 Oct '01
b) 11 Oct '01
a) 11 Sep '01