Afghan aid workers fear Kosovo will sap scarce funds
Wed 19 May 99 - 02:23 GMT
KABUL, May 19 (AFP) - Massive foreign aid demands in Kosovo have exacted a toll on Afghanistan and further complicated life for aid groups, already struggling to re-establish themselves here.
Afghan opposition says Taliban targeting political leaders
Wed 19 May 99 - 08:02 GMT
KABUL, May 19 (AFP) - Afghanistan's opposition Wednesday accused the ruling Taliban of attempting to assassinate senior political leader Ustad Abdul Rab Rasul Sayaf in an aerial bombardment that killed 13 people.
Afghan opposition urges rights groups to probe alleged massacre
Wed 19 May 99 - 12:48 GMT
KABUL, May 19 (AFP) - A senior Afghan opposition commander Wednesday urged international human rights groups to investigate his claims of a massacre in central Bamiyan city after it fell to the Taliban militia.
4 opposition commanders defect to Taliban in Sar-e-Pul
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Four opposition commanders along with their men switched over to the Taliban and surrendered their arms in the outskirts of Sar-e-Pul province, reports Bakhtar news agency.
US ambassador warns against pro-Taliban policy
The News: Jang
May 15, 1999
PESHAWAR: US Ambassador William B Milam for the first time publicly cautioned Pakistan on Friday that it risked antagonising his country if it continued to pursue its pro-Taliban policy in
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