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What does NA stand for?
NA stands for Northern Alliance (Afghani resistance to the Taliban)
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55 Thurles Cashel Chase 2m2f ATR Card page 66 Key stat Quiscover Fontaine is four wins from four starts on going described as heavy QUISCOVER FONTAINE found only Psycho too good at Thurles last time, but trainer Willie Mullins fears he could be vulnerable to Tony Martin-trained stablemate Northern Alliance today.
Afghan sources in Kabul said Gen Bismillah had a strong backing by the Northern Alliance during the nomination process in parliament.
The success story, of course, is the tale of how a handful of Agency operatives armed with bagfuls of cash allied themselves with the Northern Alliance and, with the invaluable help of U.
forces had joined with the Northern Alliance to topple Afghanistan's government.
Sept 11: Terrorist attacks on New York and Washington Oct 7: Bombing of Afghanistan begins, focusing mostly on large, strategic targets Oct 30: US officials acknowledge that US ground troops are in Afghanistan and that the bombing was beginning to focus on Taliban front-line positions Nov 9: Northern city of Mazar-e-Sharif falls to northern alliance after days of heavy US air strikes targeting Taliban positions Nov 12: Northern alliance forces capture the western city of Herat Nov 12-13: Taliban flee Kabul overnight and northern alliance troops enter the capital Nov 25: Northern town of Kunduz falls to northern alliance Nov 30: Battle begins for Tora Bora cave complex in eastern Afghanistan, believed to be Osama bin Laden's hide-out.
TALIBAN "CELLS"--IN REALITY, NORTHERN ALLIANCE SOLDIERS WHOSE ALLEGIANCES HAD SWITCHED BACK AS EASILY AS THEY'D DEFECTED--SPRUNG UP IN BANGI AND DASHT-E QA'LEH.
On November 12, Northern Alliance forces, aided by the U.