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Anti-drugs chief applauds Afghan haul  Moscow: Russia's joint operation with the U.S. to destroy laboratories marks the first time it has deployed security forces in the region since 1989   DEA: $56 million worth of heroin seized Map of Nangarhar Afghanistan
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B. 2017-07-25 Russian government may be arming Taliban Afghanistan
2. 2010-10-30 Karzai criticises US-Russia raid Kabul
3. 2010-10-29 Anti-drugs chief applauds Afghan haul Moscow
4. 2010-10-28 DEA: $56 million worth of heroin seized Nangarhar, Afghanistan
F. 2009-12-17 Nato fails to gain Russia aid in Afghanistan Moscow
G. 2009-02-06 Russia to open U.S. route to Afghanistan Moscow
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  Karzai criticises US-Russia raid
  Russian government may be arming Taliban
Jul.25  
  The Taliban have received improved weaponry in Afghanistan that have been supplied by the Russian government, according to videos


year 2010 Top ^

Oct.30  
  Kabul: Afghan President Hamid Karzai has criticised the first joint operation by Russian and US agents to destroy drug laboratories in his country

Oct.29  
Oct.28  
  The operation was conducted by the DEA, the Department of Defense, NATO, the Afghanistan Ministry of Interior, Russia
 Raids disrupted four clandestine laboratories associated with a significant narcotics traffick. One metric ton of heroin was seized, along with opium


year 2009 Top ^

Dec.17     Nato fails to gain Russia aid in Afghanistan
  Moscow: Secretary General Rasmussen has failed to gain any commitment from Russia to help win the war against the Taliban insurgency
Feb.6     Russia to open U.S. route to Afghanistan  Moscow: Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov: Russia will assist the U.S. in the transit of non-military cargo to Afghanistan
before year 2000
Feb. 15, 1989   End of Soviet–Afghan War
  Part of the Cold War, it was fought between Soviet-led Afghan forces against multi-national insurgent groups called the Mujahideen


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