Southern Leaders

Some articles on leader, leaders, southern, southern leaders:

Ahmad Shah Massoud - Pakistani Interference and War in Afghanistan (1992-today) - War in Kabul and Other Parts of The Country (1992–1996) - War Against Hekmatyar (1992–1995)
... and former communist general and militia leader, Abdul Rashid Dostum, were involved in secret negotiations encouraged by Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence, Iran's intelligence service and Uzbekistan's Karimov ... country would remain divided into small fiefdoms, run by various Muajhideen leaders and local warlords or a council of such elements, with only some of them allied to Kabul ... But the Taliban, which had emerged over the course of 1994 in southern Afghanistan, were already at the doors of the capital city ...
History Of Yemen - Modern History - Unified Yemen - 1994 Civil War
... Almost all of the actual fighting in the 1994 civil war occurred in the southern part of the country despite air and missile attacks against cities and major installations in the north ... Southern leaders declared secession and the establishment of the Democratic Republic of Yemen (DRY) on 21 May 1994, but the DRY was not recognized by the international community ... Other resistance quickly collapsed and thousands of southern leaders and military went into exile ...
Six-Day War - The Fighting Fronts - Golan Heights
... and had routinely shelled Israel from the Heights, so some Israeli leaders wanted to see Syria punished." Military advice was that the attack would be extremely costly, since assailing the ... Eventually, as the situation on the Southern and Central fronts cleared up, intelligence estimated that the likelihood of Soviet intervention had reduced, reconnaissance showed some Syrian defenses in the Golan ... defense largely because the officers were poor military leaders and treated their soldiers poorly often officers would retreat to escape danger, leaving their men confused and ineffective ...
Modern History Of Yemen - Republic of Yemen
... In November 1989, the leaders of the YAR (Ali Abdullah Saleh) and the PDRY (Ali Salim al-Baidh) agreed on a draft unity constitution originally drawn up in 1981 ... Continuous negotiations between northern and southern leaders resulted in the signing of the document of pledge and accord in Amman, Jordan on 20 February 1994 ... actual fighting in the 1994 civil war occurred in the southern part of the country despite air and missile attacks against cities and major installations in the ...
Yemeni Unification - Civil War
... Haidar Abu Bakr al-Attas, the former Southern Prime Minister continued to serve as the Yemen's Prime Minister, but his government was ineffective due to political infighting ... Continuous negotiations between northern and southern leaders resulted in the signing of the document of pledge and accord in Amman, Jordan on February 20, 1994 ... Southern leaders seceded and established the Democratic Republic of Yemen (DRY) on 21 May 1994, but the new state was not recognized by the ...

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