UN Security Council blames Pakistan for new Afghan fighting
The News: Jang
UNITED NATIONS: The UN Security Council accused Pakistan of supporting the Taliban and helping fuel their recent offensive.
The leader of Afghanistan's Taleban Islamic movement is blaming an unnamed foreign country for a bomb blast
INTRO: The leader of Afghanistan's Taleban Islamic movement is blaming an unnamed foreign country for a bomb blast near his home in Kandahar, but says the United States was not involved. As correspondent Scott Anger reports, no one has
Taliban deny razing agricultural set up
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Taliban have denied razing agricultural infrastructure in Shamali area saying the UN report is based on rumour and predictions.
Taliban rule out US hand in blast
ISLAMABAD (AFP) - Taliban supreme leader Mollah Mohammad Omar said Saturday some "foreign hand" was behind a truck bombing in his home base city of Kandahar but that the United States was "not involved." "It was a political act involving some
Omar says U.S not behind the Kandahar blast
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Taliban supreme leader Mulla Mohammad Omar Saturday said the United States is not behind the Kandahar blast.
Afghan opposition welcomes ban on Aryana flights
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Afghan opposition has welcomed Indian government decision to suspend operation of Aryana Afghan Airlines.
Opposition requisitions Senate
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Opposition parties in the Senate Saturday requisitioned the Senate session, seeking discussion a five-point agenda, opposition said.
Pakistan wants broad-based govt in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): "Pakistan has always desired a broad-based government in Afghanistan and its initiative to restore peace and stability was a most appropriate and timely step in the right direction," said former foreign secretary Dr Tanvi
Pakistan, Iran influencing events in Afghanistan: report
PESHAWAR (Internews) - "Pity the nation" famously described the agony of Lebanon in the 1980s.
The same might be said of Afghanistan in the 1990s - a mountain land of intense emotions, legendary hospitality, and hidden
Futile search for Afghan peace
The News: Jang (Editorial)
Another Afghan peace initiative seems to have failed, even though Islamabad says it is still awaiting the formal response to peace proposals presented to the two warring sides--the Taliban and their opposition led by
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