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An armed conflict including one or more governments, and causing the death of 1,000 or more people per year
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Ashraf Ghani, seen as the front runner in tomorrow's presidential elections, had branded Dostum "a known killer" in 2009, when the warlord was backing Karzai's bid for re-election.
The principal observation is that specialists in violence always exist in a society but that such a specialist becomes a warlord, i.
Embassy in Kabul has always considered him to be a "good" warlord.
And if the council and its warlord members succeed to negotiate with the insurgents, and bring them into the government, it will not automatically end corruption and fraud.
Hungarian director Laszlo Hege, who will lead the project, said: "I like the way Vinnie Jones acts and he accepted the role of the notorious warlord Arkan with delight.
Warlord is an apt title since Churchill was an anti-organization leader (much like Hitler and FDR) who never favored the rational side of conducting military operations.
Ancient Mesopotamian warlords used to do the same things that would make environmentalists cringe, some of which can be drawn to the line of the most recent Mesopotamian Warlord in Saddam Hussein.
The arrest and extradition of Charles Taylor and branding him a warlord is a blatant act of hypocrisy and racism.
At one point this results in a farcical situation in which Berntsen directs his readers to a specific page in Schroen's book where they can learn the identity of an Afghan warlord whose name is redacted in Jawbreaker.
FORMER Liberian warlord Charles Taylor was flown from Nigeria back to his homeland yesterday, where officials said he would be sent on to the UN-backed court in Sierra Leone to face trial on charges of crimes against humanity.
Meanwhile, he is estranged from his own father, a respected warlord, and returns to his home for the first time since they fought.
The Mogadishu-based warlord and commerce minister Muse Sudi Yalahow said that he would shoot down aircraft that were diverted to other airports to comply with the closure.