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Anthrax

"New Anthrax Vaccine Developed in India." National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. November 5, 2001.
"Breakthrough May Lead to Late-Stage Anthrax Drug." National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. October 24, 2001.
"Anthrax, Smallpox, Plague: Reborn as Bioweapons?" National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. October 15, 2001.
"Anthrax Resistance Found in Some Mice." National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. October 2, 2001.

Taliban

"A Kid's Life: Afghanistan." WORLD magazine, January/February 2002, pages 26-27.
Into the Forbidden Zone and Geography of Crisis. National Geographic Channel TV special and video (2 hours). 2001. (To order, call 800 627 5162 [in U.S. and Canada only]).
"Attack on America: An Islamic Scholar's Perspective." National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. September 28, 2001.
"After Terrorist Attack, Afghans in U.S. Challenge Cultural Stereotype." National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. September 25, 2001.
"Blown Away in Afghanistan." National Geographic magazine. Geographica, August 2001.
"Taking Tea with an Afghan Leader." National Geographic magazine. On Assignment, May 2001.
"From the Editor." ADVENTURE magazine. Page 20, March/April 2001.
"The Lion in Winter." ADVENTURE magazine. Pages 76-86, 88, 90, 135-139, March/April 2001.

Some Specific Taliban References (boldface page numbers indicate illustrations/photos)

"The Adventures of Marco Polo, Part I." National Geographic magazine. May 2001, pages 22, 23, 26.
"Kashmir: Trapped in Conflict." National Geographic magazine. September 1999, page 26.
"Global Culture." National Geographic magazine. August 1999, page 5.
National Geographic Eyewitness to the 20th Century. National Geographic Books. 1998, pages 376-377, 376.

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Islam

"Central Asia Unveiled." National Geographic. Pages 108-125, February 2002,.
"Islam Book." National Geographic Behind the Scenes, February 2002.
"A Kid's Life: Afghanistan." WORLD magazine, Pages 26-27, January/February 2002.
"In Focus: The World of Islam." National Geographic. Pages 76-85, February 2002.
"Straight Talk: WORLD Invited Your Peers to the National Geographic Society to Talk About Cultural Differences." WORLD magazine. Pages 28-29, January/February 2002.
Ancient Africa. Geokit. 2002.
The World of Islam. National Geographic, 2001.
"Ramadan End Date Remains Mystery to Many Muslims." National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. December 14, 2001.
"Abraham: Journey of Faith." National Geographic magazine. Pages 90-129, December 2001.
Into the Forbidden Zone and Geography of Crisis. National Geographic Channel TV special and video (2 hours). 2001. (To order, call 800 627 5162 [in U.S. and Canada only]).
"Attack on America: An Islamic Scholar's Perspective." National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. September 28, 2001.
"After Terrorist Attack, Afghans in U.S. Challenge Cultural Stereotype." National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. September 25, 2001.
"Koran a Book of Peace, Not War, Scholars Say." National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. September 25, 2001.
"Blown Away in Afghanistan." National Geographic magazine. Geographica, August 2001.
"Indonesia: Living Dangerously." National Geographic magazine. Pages 74-103, March 2001.
"Libya: An End to Isolation?" National Geographic magazine. Pages 2-31, November 2000.
"City of the Ages." TRAVELER magazine. Pages 66-79, November/December 1999.
"Eyewitness Iraq." National Geographic magazine. Pages 2-27, November 1999.
"Worship Takes Many Forms." National Geographic magazine. Millennium Moments, August 1999.
"Iran: Testing the Waters of Reform." National Geographic magazine. Pages 2-3, July 1999.
"The Promise of Pakistan." National Geographic magazine. Pages 48-73, October 1997.
The Three Faces of Jerusalem. National Geographic magazine. Pages 2-31, April 1996.
Ibn Battuta, Prince of Travelers." National Geographic magazine. Pages 2-49, December 1991.
"The World of Süleyman the Magnificent." National Geographic magazine. November 1987. Pages 552-601
"Women of Saudi Arabia." National Geographic magazine. Pages 422-453, October 1987.
Jerusalem: Within These Walls. National Geographic TV special and video. 1986.
"This Year in Jerusalem." National Geographic magazine. Pages 478-515, April 1983.
"Pakistan Under Pressure." National Geographic magazine. Pages 668-701, May 1981.
"Islam's Heartland, Up in Arms." National Geographic magazine. Pages 334-345, September 1980.
"Saudi Arabia: The Kingdom and Its Power." National Geographic magazine. Pages 286-333, September 1980.
"Pilgrimage to Mecca." National Geographic magazine. Pages 578-607, November 1978.
"The Arab World, Inc.: Who Are Those Oil-Rich Arabs, and What Are They Doing With All that Money? National Geographic magazine. Pages 494-533, October 1975.

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Terrorism (including Travel Issues | War Against Terrorism | Terrorism By Place)

Travel Issues
"Out of Harm's Way." ADVENTURE magazine. Pages 19, 21-22, January/February 2002.
"What Now?" TRAVELER magazine. Editor's note, November/December 2001.
"Travel Under Seige." TRAVELER magazine. TravelWatch, November/December 2001.
"Trouble Abroad: How to Avoid Being a Victim." ADVENTURE magazine. Pages 59-60, November/December 2000.

War Against Terrorism
"Dynamic Mapping Aids U.S. Military in War." National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. November 5, 2001.
"U.S. Buys Up Afghanistan Images From Top Satellite>" National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. October 25, 2001.
"Revolutionary Satellites Aid U.S. Military." National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. October 17, 2001.

Some Specific Terrorism References, Grouped Geographically (boldface page numbers indicate illustrations/photos)

National Geographic: Eyewitness to the 20th Century. National Geographic Books, 1998, pages 278, 280-282, 293, 293, 294, 296-297, 300, 306, 332, 337, 338, 342, 342, 350-351, 351, 356, 363, 370-371, 374, 374, 377

Africa

(Egypt)     "Pharaohs of the Sun." National Geographic magazine. April 2001, page 46.
(Libya)   "Libya: An End to Isolation? National Geographic magazine. November 2000.
     - Qaddafi, Muammar—sponsorship of anti-Western terrorism, pages 10, 11
(Uganda)   National Geographic: Eyewitness to the 20th Century. National Geographic Books. 1998, pages 280, 300.
(Uganda)   "Journey Up the Nile." National Geographic magazine. May 1985, pages 621, 622-623, 627.
(Namibia)    "Namibia: Nearly a Nation?" National Geographic magazine. June 1982, pages 755, 768, 769, 775, 780.
(Sudan)   "Sudan: Arab-African Giant." National Geographic magazine. March 1982, pages 356, 361.

Asia

(Indonesia)   Indonesia: Living Dangerously." National Geographic magazine. March 2001, page 91.
(Kurdistan & Turkey)    "Struggle of the Kurds." National Geographic magazine. August 1992.
     - Alpdogan, Yildiz (Kurd accused of terrorism), page 50

Europe

(France)   "Vincent van Gogh: Lullaby in Color." National Geographic magazine. October 1997.
     - Paris—terrorism, page 116
(England)   "The Living Tower of London." National Geographic magazine. October 1993.
     - White Tower, Tower of London—Terrorist bombing (1974), page 56
(Spain)   "The New World of Spain." National Geographic magazine. April 1992.
     - ETA (Basque terrorist organization)—deaths caused by, page 22
(Spain)   "Madrid: The Change in Spain." National Geographic magazine. February 1986.
     - Basques—terrorism, page 176
(British Isles)   Discovering Britain and Ireland. National Geographic Books. 1985, pages 32, 147, 405.

Middle East

(Yemen)   "The Fear Factor." TRAVELER magazine. July/August 2001.
     - Cole, U.S.S. (destroyer)—terrorist attack, pages 100, 105
(Iran)   "Caspian Sea." National Geographic magazine. May 1999.
     - Iran's involvment in terrorism, page 19
(Lebanon)   National Geographic: Eyewitness to the 20th Century. National Geographic Books. 1998.
     - Beirut—terrorist attacks, pages 332, 332
National Geographic Atlas of World History. National Geographic Books. 1997, pages 350, 351.
(Gaza Strip)   "Gaza: Where Peace Walks a Tightrope." National Geographic magazine. September 1996.
     - Hamas (terrorist group), pages 31, 34, 46-47, 47
(Israel)   "Israel's Galilee: Living in the Shadow of Peace." National Geographic magazine. June 1995.
     - Hamas (terrorist group), pages 74, 76-77
     - pschological impact, pages 74-75, 79
(Iraq)   Struggle of the Kurds." National Geographic magazine. August 1992, pages 32-61.
(Israel)   "The Great Soviet Exodus." National Geographic magazine. February 1992.
     - Soviet Jewish immigrants killed by terrorists in Israel, page 59
(Israel)   "Israel: Searching for the Center." National Geographic magazine. July 1985.
     - Anti-Arab terrorism, page 25
(Israel)   "This Year in Jerusalem." National Geographic magazine. April 1983.
     - Jews—terrorist activities, Pages 506, 514, 514

North America

"Further Explorations of Piotr Chmielinski." ADVENTURE magazine. Pages 41-42, 44, 46, 48-49, January/February 2002.
"After the Attacks: Regrouping, Recovering, Rebuilding." National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. September 13, 2001.
(U.S.)   National Geographic: Eyewitness to the 20th Century. National Geographic Books. 1998.
     - World Trade Center terrorist bombing (1993), Pages 370, 370
(U.S.)   National Geographic Atlas of World History. National Geographic Books. 1997.
     - Olympic Games—terrorism, pages 351
(Canada)   "Montreal: Spirited Heart of French Canada." National Geographic magazine. March 1991.
     - Front de Libération du Québec (FLQ)—Terrorism, page 69
(Canada)   "Quebec." National Geographic magazine map supplement. March 1991.
     - Quebec (province), Canada—Separatist terrorism
(U.S.)   "New Mexico: Between Frontier and Future." National Geographic magazine. November 1987.
     - Terrorism—U.S. Department of Energy security exercise, page 610

South America

(Peru)   "Wilderness Headcount." National Geographic magazine. February 1999.
     - Shining Path (terrorist group), page 37


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Rescue Work

"Dogs to the Rescue." WORLD magazine. Pages 9-11, December 2001.
"The Dark Skies of Sudan." ADVENTURE magazine. Pages 129-134, 157-159, 162, November/December 2001.
"Search-and-Rescue Robots Tested at New York Disaster Site." National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. September 14, 2001.
"Tails of Courage: Life-Saving Dogs Dodge Danger." WORLD magazine. Pages 17, 21-22, December 2000.
"Wrath of the Gods: Earthquake in Turkey." National Geographic magazine. July 2000, pages 38-39, 42, 50
"Flame Busters." WORLD magazine. Pages 22-25, June 1999.
"Using DNA to Identify Future Unknown Soldiers." National Geographic magazine. Geographica, August 1992.
"A Little Humanity Amid the Horrors of War (Red Cross and rescue work)." National Geographic magazine. Pages 646-679, November 1986.
"The American Red Cross: A Century of Service." National Geographic magazine. Pages 776-791, June 1981.
"Lifesaving Dogs. WORLD magazine. Pages 9-11, June 1979.

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U.S. Flag

""Why Symbols Become Targets." National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. September 13, 2001.
"Star-Spangled Banner 'Too Fragile To Hang Again.'" National Geographic News at Nationalgeographic.com. July 3, 2001.
"Conservation and Preservation of Star-spangled Banner at Smithsonian Institution." Saving America's Treasures. National Geographic Books. 2001. pages 16-17, 16, 17.
"Star-Spangled Banner." WORLD magazine. Pages 26-27, July 2000.
"O Say, You Can Still See the Flag." National Geographic magazine. Geographica, July 1999.
"Grand Old Flag." National Geographic magazine. Flashback, July 1997.
Star-Spangled Banner: Our Nation's Flag. Educational film/video. 1996.
Star-Spangled Banner: Our Nation and Its Flag. National Geographic Books. 1993.
"Hooray for the Red, White, and Blue!" WORLD magazine. Pages 14-15, June 1988.

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