Three Afghans executed despite Saudi pardon plea
02:19 p.m Jul 10, 1998 Eastern
KABUL, July 10 (Reuters) - Three Afghan men convicted of murder were executed by shooting in a Kabul stadium on Friday after the relatives of the victims rejected a Saudi diplomat's offer to pay the blood money.
Voice of America
INTRO: THE UNITED NATIONS HAS SUSPENDED FLIGHTS INTO THE AFGHAN CAPITAL, KABUL, FOLLOWING ROCKET ATTACKS ON THE CITY'S AIRPORT. AS SARAH HORNER REPORTS, A CEASE-FIRE WAS SUPPOSED TO OPERATE WHEN U-N PLANES FLY INTO KABUL AIRPORT, BUT IT HAS BEEN...
Pak-Iran talks on Afghan turmoil begins
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Pakistan, Iran for joint efforts to resolve Afghan crisis
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