'Some Kunduz areas not in Taliban control'
The News: Jang
By Rahimullah Yusufzai
PESHAWAR: A top pro-Taliban military commander in Northern Afghanistan has conceded that the riverport of Sher Khan Bandar on the Oxus river border with Tajikistan and the districts of Imam Sahib and Dasht-i-Archi in Kunduz province were no longer in Taliban control.
UNHCR resents Iranian decision to evict Afghan refugees
WASHINGTON: United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) Sunday conveyed its resentment and concern to the Iranian government for its decision to expel a large number of Afghan refugees from its soil, reports VOA.
Taliban denounce Afghan peace party
KABUL (AFP) - Taliban authorities Sunday rejected the recent creation of a mediatory party by two moderate Afghan leaders as a futile attempt to enter the war-ravaged country's power politics.
Taliban denounce mediatory efforts
KABUL, Jan 10: Taliban authorities on Sunday rejected the creation of a mediatory party by two moderate Afghan leaders as a futile attempt to enter the war-ravaged country's power politics.
Taliban accuse Iran of supplying arms to Masood
The News: Jang
PESHAWAR: A Taliban official, on Sunday, alleged that Iran was sending arms to anti-Taliban forces in northern Afghanistan through bordering Tajikistan, according to the Afghan Islamic Press (AIP) agency. Arif Khan, governor
Balochistan contacts Taliban govt to control crime
By Our Staff Correspondent
QUETTA, Jan 10: Balochistan government has established formal contacts with Taliban leadership in Kandahar to seek their help to check crimes in the province as Afghan refugees were found involved in heinous crimes in Quetta
Jamali blames rising crime rate on Afghans
says crackdown on outlaws soon
QUETTA - Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Jan Jamali has blamed Afghan criminals for increasing crimes in the province and hinted at a state-to-state level dialogues with the Taliban leadership to curb the influx of the outlaws.
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