Taleban denounce Iraq attack, see Clinton ploy
12:56 a.m. Dec 17, 1998 Eastern
By Sayed Salahuddin
ISLAMABAD, Dec 17 (Reuters) - Afghanistan's radical Taleban Islamic militia, host to Saudi terrorism suspect Osama bin Laden, denounced the Anglo-American air strikes on Iraq on Thursday as a violation of all international principles and law.
Taliban enraged by the attack on Iraq
Thu 17 Dec 98 - 11:57 GMT
KABUL, Dec 17 (AFP) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia Thursday condemned the US-led air strikes on Iraq as an act of "international terrorism" by US President Bill Clinton to divert attention away from his possible impeachment.
Afghan refugees continue to take toll of Pak economy
PESHAWAR: The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan forced millions of Afghans to take shelter in Pakistan's adjacent NWFP province destroying the economy of the province and the tribal areas.
UN seeks $ 185m for aid poor Afghanistan
The News: Jang
ISLAMABAD: Amid troubled times between the United Nations and Afghanistan's Taliban rulers, the global body launched its annual appeal on Wednesday for emergency aid to the shattered nation.
7 militants killed in held Kashmir
The News: Jang
HELD JAMMU: Army soldiers raided two hideouts of Kashmiri militants in the held valley on Wednesday killing seven of them in a 10-hour gunbattle. A spokesman for the army said this was the largest number of militants killed in
Cost of defending Taliban
The News: Jang (Opinion)
Prof Khalid Mahmud
Sponsoring the Taliban as the lawful authority in Kabul will lead us nowhere. Ambassador Ahmad Kamal fought a losing battle the other day when he tried to convince the UN Security Council that the Taliban regime was quite capable of
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