Anti-Taleban Afghan urges action against Pakistan
08:20 p.m Sep 29, 1998 Eastern
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 29 (Reuters) - The vice-foreign minister of Afghanistan's ousted government called on Tuesday for punitive U.N. action against Pakistan for backing the Islamist Taleban movement that now controls most of his country.
Taleban say they captured all of central Afghan province
Tuesday, September 29, 1998 Published at 14:33 GMT 15:33 UK
The Taleban authorities in Afghanistan say they have captured the last remaining district in the central province of Bamiyan.
Taliban complete military sweep in central Afghan province: report
Tue 29 Sep 98 - 11:32 GMT
ISLAMABAD, Sept 29 (AFP) - Afghanistan's Taliban militia Tuesday captured the last remaining district in the central province of Bamiyan, completing a military sweep in the area, the Afghan Islamic Press (AIP) reported.
Islamic world disowns 'embarrassing' Taleban
Times of London
September 29 1998 No. 66 319
Saudis recall Kabul envoy as Iran begins border manoeuvres, Christopher Thomas reports
Taliban split over Bin Laden
By Jason Burke in Kabul
29 September 1998
Tensions are emerging among factions of the Taliban government in Afghanistan over the future of Osama bin Laden, the Saudi-born millionaire who has been given refuge by the hardline Islamic militia.
APC asks govt to help resolve Iran-Afghan row
By our correspondent
The News: Jang
ISLAMABAD: The All Parties Conference (APC) on Monday appealed to the leaders in Afghanistan and Iran to resolve their differences peacefully. The APC demanded of the OIC and the ECO to arrange dialogue between Iran and Afghanistan for the peaceful settlement of their disputes.
Afghanistan's new refugees are expelled aid workers
The News: Jang
PESHAWAR: Like the refugees they often serve, foreign aid workers forced to leave Afghanistan are stuck outside "their'' country wondering when they can return. And like the Afghan refugees crowding into the mud hut camps
In search of Afghan peace
The News: Jang (Editorial)
The UN special envoy on Afghanistan, Lakhder Brahimi will embark on another peace mission towards the end of the week. He is scheduled to arrive in Tehran on October 3 and later travel to Islamabad. It is unlikely however that
Destined to be content with crumbs
SEPTEMBER 29, 1998 TUESDAY
When nature comes down to bestowing bounties, it does not see as to who is rich, or who is poor. Perhaps it is also a natural phenomenon that no man is complete. If one is wealthy, one lacks beauty and if someone has a beautiful
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