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  • One known group affiliated to the IMU is the Islamic Jihad Union, which has apparent connections with Turkish and Afghan émigrés in Germany.

    Should Central Asia Fear Taleban Spillover?

  • Baccei said that the IMU is a place where the U of I's more than 400 student groups can plan their programs.

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  • "The IMU is a self-funding entity, so the fact that the building is closed means that in order to pay its staff, it needs a location to generate the revenue to operate," UI spokesman Steve Parrott said.

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  • Integrating the IMU is the first step toward combining a variety of chassis and occupant safety control functions that will offer weight and packaging advantages and enhanced data sampling rates - enabling a variety of active and passive systems to act together to improve vehicle safety. "

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  • Hundreds of ISI officers, Taliban commanders, and foot soldiers belonging to the IMU and al Qaeda personnel boarded the planes.

    Michael Hughes: Bush Created A No-Win Situation in Afghanistan for Obama

  • The IMU was formed in 1991, originally aiming to set up an Islamic state in Uzbekistan, which neighbors Afghanistan, but later expanded its goal to seeking one across Central Asia.

    Al-Qaeda militant leader captured dressed as woman

  • Kunduz and the surrounding provinces are known hide-outs for the Taliban, al-Qaeda and fighters from militant factions that include the Haqqani network, Hizb-i-Islami and the IMU, which aims to create an Islamic state across Central Asia.

    Al-Qaeda militant leader captured dressed as woman

  • The IMU, which the U.S. has designated as a terrorist organization, returned to northern Afghan provinces in the past year, bolstering the insurgency's strength in what were relatively peaceful areas along the Tajikistan and Uzbekistan borders.

    Afghans, NATO Dispute Who Died in Airstrike

  • Mr. Gates said the airstrike targeted and killed a "very senior official" from the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, or IMU, a militant group formed in Uzbekistan that found refuge in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan in the 1990s and in al Qaeda hideouts in Pakistani tribal areas following the Taliban regime's downfall in 2001.

    Afghans, NATO Dispute Who Died in Airstrike

  • The IMU official, NATO said in a statement, was colluding with the Taliban and was "assessed to be the deputy shadow governor for Takhar province."

    Afghans, NATO Dispute Who Died in Airstrike

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