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Nonfiction Usage Script UsageMy father was in the Secret Service, Mr. Manfredjinsinjin, and I know perfectly well that you don't keep the general public informed when you are debriefing KGB defectors in a safe house.ndash;John Cleese and Charles Crichton in Fish Called Wanda, AJournalism UsageAbu Sayyaf - News: February 21, 2007 - Headline: Abu Sayyaf Defectors Talk of Difficult Life in Jungles. Author: Douglas Bakshian. Excerpt: The defectors use fictitious names for their protection. Their background seems simple as told through military interpreters. They were middlemen in a fruit business in which they purchased produce from farmers and resold it to a retailer. ... When he saw an opportunity to slip out of the group he fled for his life. He surrendered to the Marines last October. He says Abu Sayyaf was being poorly managed when he left, and more defectors could be coming.Afghanistan - News: October 4, 2001 - Headline: Taleban Preparing for War. Excerpt: Citing defectors and opposition spies, the Washington Post newspaper says Taleban troops in recent days have built two lines of defense north of Kabul, digging trenches and bomb shelters.Afghanistan - News: October 5, 2001 - Headline: Taleban Threatens Anyone Supporting Former King. Excerpt: Citing defectors and opposition spies, the newspaper says the lines include trenches and bomb shelters. The report says the Taleban has been replenishing its troops by forcibly sending young men to the front lines. As many as 66-hundred armed fighters are said to have already been gathered to defend the capital.Afghanistan - News: October 20, 2001 - Headline: Northern Alliance Video Confirms Taleban Mass Defections. Author: Alisha Ryu. Excerpt: The commanders joined Mr. Dostum's forces Monday, taking some 4,000 fighters with them. Mr. Dostum tells the defectors that all of the countries bordering Afghanistan, including Iran, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, have joined the international effort to defeat the Taleban. He urges them to fully commit themselves to the upcoming battle.Afghanistan - News: October 21, 2001 - Headline: Northern Alliance Video Confirms Taleban Defection. Excerpt: The commanders joined Mr. Dostum's forces Monday, taking some four thousand fighters with them. Mr. Dostum tells the defectors that all of the countries bordering Afghanistan, including Iran, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, have joined the international effort to defeat the Taleban. He urges them to fully commit themselves to the upcoming battle.Afghanistan - News: October 23, 2001 - Headline: Afghanistan's Future: What Comes After the War? Excerpt: U.S. and U.N. officials are now trying to form some plans for post-war Afghanistan, while insisting that basic decisions lie with the Afghans themselves. The goal is somehow to create a unified government out of the nation's contentious groups, including Taleban defectors, and avoid a collapse into more warfare. This is a tall order for a nation that has been bitterly fragmented by years of fighting, so much so that some claim it cannot be called a nation.Afghanistan - News: October 28, 2001 - Headline: Was Afghan Opposition Leader Victim of US Intelligence Failure? Excerpt: Exiled Afghan opposition leader Abdul Haq was always asking the United States for help. He did not get it, and stung by personal attacks on him, ventured into Afghanistan to try to recruit defectors from the Taleban.Afghanistan - News: November 25, 2001 - Headline: Taleban Defections to Alliance Result in Fragile Peace Near Kabul. Author: Alisha Ryu. Excerpt: Now, several of the defectors stand guard on the front lines as Alliance fighters. One of the men, a Pashtun named Gul Mohammed says he switched sides because he believes Northern Alliance leaders will not try and hang on to power in Kabul and will allow a formation of a broad-based government.al-Qaida - News: October 13, 2001 - Headline: US Believes al-Qaida Has Biological Weapons. Ex
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