RAWA says its member receives threats from Taliban
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Afghanistans women human rights group Thursday alleged that Taliban have threatened one of its member after she made a speech at a function in Peshawar on the occasion of international women day.
Hillary Clinton Speaks Up For Women Rights
09:38 a.m. Mar 26, 1999 Eastern
By Randall Mikkelsen
TUNIS (Reuters) - U.S. first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, in Tunisia Friday on the second leg of her goodwill trip to North Africa, spoke up for women rights in the world and decried violence against them in Algeria and Afghanistan.
Taleban told to keep talking peace
By Afghanistan Correspondent William Reeve
Lakhdar Brahimi, the UN's special envoy to Afghanistan, has told the two warring Afghan sides to name a time and place for further
INTERVIEW-U.N. Afghan envoy urges peace talk date
08:13 p.m Mar 25, 1999 Eastern
By Andrew Hill
ISLAMABAD, March 26 (Reuters) - The U.N. envoy for Afghanistan voiced alarm on Friday that the Taleban and its foes were readying for war and urged them to agree quickly on a date and venue for a next round of peace talks.
Murderers publicly executed in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Taliban authorities executed two murderers publicly in Pule Khomri city of Baghlan province in presence of thousands of people, Afghan official news agency Bakhtar reported on Thursday.
UN return to Afghanistan under way without US, British staff Fri 26 Mar 99 - 12:28 GMT
(AFP) - ISLAMABAD, March 26 (AFP) - The phased return of United Nations foreign staff to Afghanistan is continuing without US and British nationals, a UN official said Friday.
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