FOREIGN INTERFERENCE PREVENTS PEACE IN AFGHANISTAN: UN
By Anwar Iqbal
The news: Pakistan Jan 5, 1996
ISLAMABAD: Foreign military assistance to warring Afghan factions is a major factor for continued fighting in Afghanistan, which has made it difficult to a negotiated settlement to
TALEBAN THREATEN TO SUPPORT ANTI-IRAN GROUPS
KABUL: The Taleban on Sunday demanded Iran hand over an opposition general accused of massacring thousands of Taleban troops or become ''a target'' of relatives
TALEBAN SAYS IT'S READY TO SIGN TURKMEN PIPELINE DEAL
The Taleban authorities have strongly indicated that they're close to reaching a final agreement on the building of a gas pipeline across Afghanistan.
KHATAMI HOPEFUL OF SETTLEMENT
TEHRAN, Jan 3: President Mohammad Khatami of Iran expressed hope on Saturday that war-torn Afghanistan could settle its problems through political means
TALIBAN REJECT UN CALL TO END BOMBING OF AFGHAN OPPOSITION BASE
ISLAMABAD, Jan 4 (AFP) - The Taliban militia has rejected a United Nations call to stop bombing the air strip in the opposition stronghold of Bamiyan
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