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Farewell to murdered minister  Hundreds of mourners have attended the funeral of civil aviation minister Abdul Rahman in Kabul 5 peacekeepers die in blast  3 Danish and 2 German soldiers have died in an explosion while destroying anti-aircraft missiles at an ammunition dump Mass arrests of Kabul 'plotters'  The interim administration says it has uncovered an anti-government plot and has arrested 50 suspects Kabul plays down 'coup attempt'  Foreign Minister Dr Abdullah has said the 160 people still being questioned on suspicion of planning attacks Rockets fired at Kabul peacekeepers  The guards reported a rocket-propelled grenade attack against the headquarters of the multinational brigade Kabul joy as ex-king returns
Taleban prisoners released  260 prisoners freed from Kabul prison. Each given 500,000 afghanis ($20) by the Red Cross   Blair visits Afghanistan  UK Prime Minister has become the first world leader to visit Afghanistan and to meet Karzai since the fall of the Taleban Afghans rethink Kabul troops promise  The defence ministry will maintain 1,500 troops in Kabul, despite an agreement to remove all soldiers from the city   Powell boost for new Afghan leader  The US Secretary of State has pledged commitment to reconstruction in Afghanistan. Karzai vowed to root out corruption   Annan arrives to back Afghan leaders  UN Secretary General has arrived to show his support for Hamid Karzai's interim government   Karzai frees 300 Taleban soldiers  The interim leader oversaw the release outside the presidential palace and urged them to find jobs Kabul mob kills minister


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  Pilgrims have beaten to death Civil Aviation Minister A. Rahman after rumours that he had cancelled a flight to Saudi Arabia
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  87-year-old Zahir Shah has returned from Italy accompanied by Karzai amid tight security after almost 30 years of exile


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  Mohammed Zahir Shah has told a traditional gathering that he wants to adopt a democratic system based on Islam
Jun.13     Karzai elected head of state
  Karzai received more than 80% of the votes of loya jirga. His closest rival was a woman
Jun.24     Karzai swears in cabinet  Half of the 28 ministers belong to the Tajik-led Northern Alliance

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Jul.4   Protest over wedding party bombing  200 Afghan men and women have taken part in a demonstration in Kabul to protest raid by U.S.-led forces on a village Jul.6   Vice president shot dead
  Gunmen have shot dead Haji Abdul Qadir and his driver outside the gates of a government ministry


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Aug.25   Blast causes minor damage in Kabul  A small bomb exploded outside the United Nations guest house

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Sep.5   Explosions in Kabul kill at least 15
  Most of the casualties were caused by a massive secondary blast outside the Ministry of Information and Culture     Karzai orders security review
  President says there will be urgent discussions about his security following the attempt on his life

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Nov.11   Campus protests turn violent  Student protests were protesting against poor living conditions at Kabul University. One demonstrator dead

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Dec.21     Helicopter crashes near Kabul airport
  An International Security Assistance Force helicopter has crashed killing 5 German peacekeepers and 2 children





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Taleban prisoners released  260 prisoners freed from Kabul prison. Each given 500,000 afghanis ($20) by the Red Cross Afghans rethink Kabul troops promise  The defence ministry will maintain 1,500 troops in Kabul, despite an agreement to remove all soldiers from the city   Karzai frees 300 Taleban soldiers  The interim leader oversaw the release outside the presidential palace and urged them to find jobs 5 peacekeepers die in blast  3 Danish and 2 German soldiers have died in an explosion while destroying anti-aircraft missiles at an ammunition dump Kabul plays down 'coup attempt'  Foreign Minister Dr Abdullah has said the 160 people still being questioned on suspicion of planning attacks Rockets fired at Kabul peacekeepers  The guards reported a rocket-propelled grenade attack against the headquarters of the multinational brigade   Karzai orders security review  President says there will be urgent discussions about his security following the attempt on his life   Helicopter crashes near Kabul airport  An International Security Assistance Force helicopter has crashed killing 5 German peacekeepers and 2 children 5 peacekeepers die in blast  3 Danish and 2 German soldiers have died in an explosion while destroying anti-aircraft missiles at an ammunition dump   Helicopter crashes near Kabul airport  An International Security Assistance Force helicopter has crashed killing 5 German peacekeepers and 2 children Kabul mob kills minister




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  Pilgrims have beaten to death Civil Aviation Minister A. Rahman after rumours that he had cancelled a flight to Saudi Arabia
Apr.4 Mass arrests of Kabul 'plotters'  The interim administration says it has uncovered an anti-government plot and has arrested 50 suspects Jul.6 Vice president shot dead
  Gunmen have shot dead Haji Abdul Qadir and his driver outside the gates of a government ministry
Aug.25 Blast causes minor damage in Kabul  A small bomb exploded outside the United Nations guest house Sep.5 Explosions in Kabul kill at least 15  Most of the casualties were caused by a massive secondary blast outside the Ministry of Information and Culture



Kabul, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.7   Blair visits Afghanistan  UK Prime Minister has become the first world leader to visit Afghanistan and to meet Karzai since the fall of the Taleban Jan.16   Powell boost for new Afghan leader  The US Secretary of State has pledged commitment to reconstruction in Afghanistan. Karzai vowed to root out corruption Jan.24   Annan arrives to back Afghan leaders  UN Secretary General has arrived to show his support for Hamid Karzai's interim government Feb.16 Farewell to murdered minister  Hundreds of mourners have attended the funeral of civil aviation minister Abdul Rahman in Kabul Apr.17 Kabul joy as ex-king returns
  87-year-old Zahir Shah has returned from Italy accompanied by Karzai amid tight security after almost 30 years of exile
Jun.11 Former king opened loya jirga
  Mohammed Zahir Shah has told a traditional gathering that he wants to adopt a democratic system based on Islam
Jun.13   Karzai elected head of state
  Karzai received more than 80% of the votes of loya jirga. His closest rival was a woman
Jun.24   Karzai swears in cabinet  Half of the 28 ministers belong to the Tajik-led Northern Alliance Jul.4 Protest over wedding party bombing  200 Afghan men and women have taken part in a demonstration in Kabul to protest raid by U.S.-led forces on a village Nov.11 Campus protests turn violent  Student protests were protesting against poor living conditions at Kabul University. One demonstrator dead