IntelCenter Terrorism Incident Reference (TIR)

IntelCenter Terrorism Incident Reference (TIR)

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qProvides a chronological breakout of all terrorist and rebel type activity between 2000-2007 in Afghanistan. Material is drawn from IntelCenter's weekly WTG-IU reports. Reporting is heavily focused on incident type activity, such as bombings, shootings, kidnappings, etc., with some coverage of arrests, threats and other developments. The data contained in each item represents an analyst's best assessment of the most accurate information based upon available source reporting at that point in time and their knowledge of the area and groups involved. These items are not simply abstracts. All source information for each item is listed below in brackets. The series is designed to provide a professional-level reference resource to intelligence analysts, operators, security professionals, researchers and others working in the counterterrorism field.q (Publisher.)On 1 May 2006 a man was killed and two of his companions were injured when an explosive device they were planting detonated in Mando- zai, Khost. ... on 2 May 2006, an apparent suicide bomber detonated an explosive device in his Toyota Corolla, prematurely in Deh Sabz, Kabul. ... [Source: AFP, Hong Kong, 0540 GMT, 3 May 2006; Xinhua news service, Beijing, 0630 GMT, 3 May 2006] a€c On 2 Mayanbsp;...

Title:IntelCenter Terrorism Incident Reference (TIR)
Publisher:Tempest Publishing - 2008-01-01


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