Evans, Malcolm 1945- :'The Taleban has complained that we've hit some civilian buildings!' 'Oh yeah!' 'Touche.' New Zealand Herald, 26 October 2001.
Reference Number: DX-002-072
Shows 'Ground Zero', site left following the destruction of the Twin Towers in New York by highjacked passenger planes on 11th September 2001. The attack is beleived to have been ordered by the Teleban. The American's response was to bomb Taleban stronghold in Afghanistan. The Taleban complained that American Forces had bombed some civilian buildings. There was little sympathy in New York for these complaints.
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Evans, Malcolm 1945- :'The Taleban has complained that we've hit some civilian buildings!' 'Oh yeah!' 'Touche.' New Zealand Herald, 26 October 2001., Reference Number DX-002-072 (1 digitised items)
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