Opposition claims killing 165 Taliban
TEHRAN (NNI): Afghan opposition has claimed killing at least 165 Taliban including four prominent commanders and injuring 380 others.
Afghan opposition admits losing ground north of Kabul
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The spokesman of the anti-Taliban Northern Alliance, Dr. Abdullah has admitted losing grounds to the Taliban in north of Kabul.
Iran denies interference in Afghanistan
PESHAWAR (NNI): The Iranian Consulate has denied press reports about violation of Afghanistan's border by the Iranian forces.
Taliban sign wheat import accord with Kazakhstan
KABUL (NNI): Taliban have signed an agreement with Kazakhstan for the purchase of 60,000 tones of wheat and 8000 tones of wheat has already been imported to Herat.
Masood's forces retreat to Panjsher valley
The News: Jang
By Rahimullah Yusufzai
PESHAWAR: The way was cleared for Afghanistan's ruling Taliban to take control of the areas held by former defence minister Ahmad Shah Masood in Shomali plains north of Kabul Tuesday when the latter's
No proposal to open LoC: FO spokesman Pakistan has no troops in Afghanistan: FO
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Pakistan on Monday strongly rebutted reports suggesting that it has received some formula from Washington to open the LoC to allow free movement of Kashmiris across it.
Taliban complain to UN about Iran, Tajikistan's interference
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Taliban have complained to the UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, about the interference of Iran and Tajikistan in Afghanistan by providing military assistance to their opponents.
The News: Jang (Editorial)
For weeks a major new military offensive in Afghanistan by the ruling Taliban movement appeared imminent. Now the Taliban juggernaut is rolling with reports of its capture of the key town of Jabul Seraj
Three tracks for Kabul peace
The News: Jang (Opinion)
If Lakhdar Brahimi's last UN-sponsored initiative at Ashkabad was considered a doomed enterprise, Afrasiab Khattak, the chairman of HRCP, has termed the recently concluded Six-plus-Two Tashkent talks
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