Taliban target last opposition pockets in central Afghanistan
Mon 28 Sep 98 - 11:09 GMT
KABUL, Sept 28 (AFP) - The Taliban are advancing on the remaining areas in central Afghanistan held by the pro-Iranian Hezb-i-Wahdat faction, the Islamic militia's radio said Monday.
Afghan's Health Care System Ailing
By Kathy Gannon
Associated Press Writer
Monday, September 28, 1998; 3:41 a.m. EDT
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) -- Even a minor illness can be fatal in today's Afghanistan.
Pakistani parties to send mission to Afghan, Iran
08:56 a.m. Sep 28, 1998 Eastern
ISLAMABAD, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Several Pakistani political parties agreed on Monday to send a peace mission to Iran and Afghanistan to try to reduce military tensions between the two Moslem countries.
Taliban deny mutiny in ranks
ISLAMABAD: Afghanistan dominant Taliban militia Sunday dismissed as totally baseless press reports suggesting an aborted coup attempt against its government in Kabul.
Iran denies persecution of Afghan refugees
TEHRAN: An Iranian official has dismissed the claims as "pure fabrication" that Afghan refugees were being persecuted in Iran.
Pakistan urges world community to recognize Taliban
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has urged the world community to recognize Taleban government in Afghanistan bringing the dominant student militia in the mainstream of international community.
Taleban face international isolation
The News: Jang
ISLAMABAD: The Taleban militia in Kabul has completed its two years of rule but instead of winning international recognition, the student militia has been heading towards international isolation with every passing day.
APC on Afghan-Iran tension on Monday
The News: Jang
ISLAMABAD: Veteran politician Nawabzada Nasrullah Khan on Sunday said more than 40 religio-political parties, including the ruling Muslim League, would begin deliberation on Iran-Afghanistan border tension in an All Parties
83 Taliban prisoners airlifted to Tajikistan
By AIMAL KHAN
PESHAWAR - As many as 83 Taliban prisoners, including three Arabs and two Pakistanis, have been airlifted from Bagram airbase in the outskirts
A pool of glue
The News: Jang(Opinion)
Iran has massed 2,70,000 troops and 500 armour-pieces on the Afghan border, backed by missiles, artillery and aircraft. Its ruling clergy and captive media have whipped the public into a frenzy of revenge against the hated
Dialogue to defuse Iran-Taliban tension
General Mirza Aslam Beg (Retd)
Frontier Post (Article)
The mounting tension between Iran and Afghanistan keeps the two Muslim countries up against each other so that collectively they do not regain the lost historical glory. One only has to recall what Henry Kissinger
Afghanistan: Do we have a way out?
Frontier Post (Editorial)
The Taliban are keeping up the momentum of their resounding victories on the battlefield in Afghanistan. On Saturday, for instance, they claimed the capture of another crucial district in the hitherto Shia-dominated
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