East Pakistan Air Operations

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1998 United States Embassy Bombings - Indictments
... Osama bin Laden, killed in Pakistan in May 2011 Ayman al Zawahiri, at large Saif al Adel, at large Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, at large Anas al Liby, at large Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, killed in Mogadishu ... Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, arrested in Gujrat, Pakistan in July 2004, formely held in the Guantanamo Bay detention camp, serving sentence of life without parole at ADX ...
1998 In India - Events - October To December
... 18 October – Pakistan and India end their first peace talks in a year with agreement to meet again next February in New Delhi. 6 November – The first talks between India and Pakistan since 1992 over the disputed Siachen glacier end when Pakistan rejects an Indian proposal for a ceasefire ...
East Pakistan Air Operations, 1971 - Operations in Support of Ground Forces - Fate of The Pakistani Navy in East Pakistan - Blue On Blue: Tragedy Near Khulna
... against Pakistani shipping since November, and under the advice of Indian Eastern Air command, had painted their superstructure yellow to avoid misidentification ... This had been reported back to Eastern Air Command ...
2006 ICC Champions Trophy - Off The Field Issues
... Pakistan's team composition frequently changed the original captain Inzamam-ul-Haq was suspended following his decision to forfeit the fourth Test of Pakistan's match against ... On 16 October, the day before their first match, Pakistan fast bowlers Mohammad Asif and Shoaib Akhtar were sent home following a positive A sample of a drugs test ...

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