According to people I know who have spent much time in Afghanistan, many of the problems there are fueled and even created from Tehran. It would appear that Iranian state machinery is funding and supplying many of the worlds bloody and oppressive groups and slaughters.
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Iranian-made cartridges recovered from the northern Ivory Coast, of a type found in several African countries.
Published: January 11, 2013 142 Comments
The first clues appeared in Kenya, Uganda and what is now South Sudan. A British arms researcher surveying ammunition used by government forces and civilian militias in 2006 found Kalashnikov rifle cartridges he had not seen before. The ammunition bore no factory code, suggesting that its manufacturer hoped to avoid detection.
Conflict Armament Research
Views of a cartridge that was traced to its manufacture in Iran, and, at bottom, the projectile contained in the cartridge.
Within two years other researchers were finding identical cartridges circulating through the ethnic violence in Darfur. Similar ammunition then turned up in 2009 in a stadium in Conakry, Guinea, where soldiers had fired on antigovernment protesters, killing more than 150.
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