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Rustam Azimov:  is an Uzbek politician who was Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan from 2005 to 2017
  Jamshed Kuchkarev   Photos   Rustam Azimov   Uzbekistan   Wikipedia : Rustam Azimov
 Radio Free Europe 
Reports: Influential Uzbek Official Azimov Out As Deputy Prime Minister
Tue 6 Jun 2017
TASHKENT -- Media reports in Uzbekistan say Rustam Azimov, a long-influential official who had been seen as a possible successor to the late President Islam Karimov, has been dismissed... (photo: Creative Commons / uzelections.blogspot)
A street is cordoned off near the department store Ahlens following Friday's suspected terror attack in central Stockholm, Sweden, Saturday, April 8, 2017.
  2017 Stockholm attack   ISIS   Photos   Rakhmat Akilov   Wikipedia: 2017 Stockholm attack
Uzbek Law Enforcement Official: Stockholm Attack Suspect 'Tried To Join IS In Syria'
Wed 12 Apr 2017
Agence FrancePresse reported Wednesday an Uzbek source told Russian agencies the Uzbek national who crashed a vehicle into a high-end department store in Stockholm last week after allegedly trying to... (photo: AP / Markus Schreiber)
A Pakistani paramilitary soldier stands guard while Muslims attend the Eid al-Fitr prayer, that marks the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in Karachi, Pakistan, Monday, June 26, 2017.  The Guardian  Tue 27 Jun 2017
Trump ponders crackdown on Pakistan over terror ties despite experts' warnings
As US mulls strategy over country’s support for terrorist groups in Afghanistan, experts say tougher stance could drive Pakistan toward China and Russia... (photo: AP / Shakil Adil)
Afghan War   Donald Trump   Pakistan Terror   Photos   Wikipedia: Presidency of Donald Trump
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain, left and Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany during a press conference after g the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne, Australia, Sunday, March 26, 2017.  The Hindu  Mon 26 Jun 2017
Lewis Hamilton calls Sebastian Vettel a ‘disgrace’ after Azerbaijan Grand Prix collision
Lewis Hamilton branded world championship leader Sebastian Vettel as a “disgrace” and challenged the German to “prove you’re a man” after he deliberately crashed into him in Sunday’s tempestuous... (photo: AP / Andy Brownbill)
Azerbaijan Grand Prix   Lewis Hamilton   Photos   Sebastian Vettel   Wikipedia: Lewis Hamilton
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Jammu and Kashmir Police and officals of Revenue department destroys illegally cultivated Poppy on a patch of land at Parigam 35 kms in south kashmir's Pulwama district on Thursday 19, May 2016.The jammu and kashmir Police has identified several hectares of land in Kashmir villages that will be destroyed over a month tenure. A kilogram of such poppy husk sells for $ 16 - 25 (1000-1500 INR) in the local markets and the cultivation of poppy is banned under state law. Opium cultivation in Kashmir has shown significant increase over the past few years according to Excise and Taxation officials. Large stacks of land are coming under the cultivation with derivatives mostly landing with drug and narcotic suppliers across India. Every year government officials clear such plantation. The National Mon 26 Jun 2017
Iran drug addicts more than double in six years
TEHRAN // The number of drug addicts in Iran has more than doubled in six years, with opium the country's most popular narcotic, according to local media. "There are... (photo: WN / Imran Nissar)
Drug addicts   Iran   Photos   Taliban   Wikipedia: Opium in Iran
A policeman rests during a demonstration in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, June 2, 2017. Hundreds of demonstrators demanded better security in the Afghan capital in the wake of a powerful truck bomb attack that killed scores of people. The Guardian Mon 26 Jun 2017
‘Before my brother died, I had dreams’: the Kabul attack that unravelled a family
Once the family breadwinner, Hossein Panahi was among 150 people who died when a bomb ripped through the Afghan capital in May. Now his kin are destitute, adding to the... (photo: AP / Massoud Hossaini)
Afghan War   Global Development   Photos   Taliban   Wikipedia: War in Afghanistan (2015–present)
File - Georgian troops are shown the hidden spots Taliban use to shoot rockets at Bagram Air Field during a foot patrol threw the village of Kalamusa on Bagram, Afghanistan, Oct. 11, 2014. Al Jazeera Sun 25 Jun 2017
Taliban attack targets police in Afghanistan's Herat
Gun battle near Salma dam in western province follows country's deadliest Ramadan month since the 2001 US invasion. ...... (photo: US Army / Spc. Jamill Ford)
Afghan War   Nato Alliance   Photos   Taliban   Wikipedia: War in Afghanistan (2015–present)
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, of Britain, responds to a question during a news conference for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016, in Austin, Texas. Colorado Springs Gazette Sat 24 Jun 2017
Hamilton's latest pole position moves him 2nd all-time in F1

BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) — Lewis Hamilton moved to second on the all-time list for Formula One pole positions when he used a... (photo: AP / Eric Gay)
  Azerbaijan Grand Prix   Formula 1   Lewis Hamilton   Photos   Wikipedia : Lewis Hamilton
File - Angola, N.Y. resident Lt. Col. Russell Clark (left), poses with his interpreter in an opium poppy field as Afghan National Police (ANP) use sticks to hack off the plants' seed pods before they can be used to make heroin. GlobalResearch Sat 24 Jun 2017
Drug War? American Troops Are Protecting Afghan Opium. U.S. Occupation Leads to All-Time High Heroin Production
first published in June 2014 It is well-documented that the U.S. government has – at least at some times in some parts of the world – protected drug operations. (Big... (photo: US Army / courtesy of Lt. Col. Russell Clark)
Drug Cartel   Heroin   Opium - Afghanistan   Photos   Wikipedia: Opium production in Afghanistan

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