30 October 2002 TASHKENT, 30 October (Eurasianet)–Far from withering in the face of the U.S.-led anti-terrorism campaign, militants belonging to the radical Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) are now working to re-establish and expand their insurgent networks. According to Central Asian observers and officials, the IMU may be planning to mount fresh attacks on regional […]

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