Mystery shrouds Ismail Khans whereabouts
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Conflicting reports about Ismail Khan, a prominent Afghan opposition leader and former government of Heart province, have created mystery about his whereabouts.
Afghan opposition says uniting against Taleban
ISLAMABAD, March 31 (Reuters) - Three Afghan opposition leaders who have fought each other just as much as the ruling Taleban in recent years have dropped their differences and agreed to form a united front, an anti-Taleban spokesman said on
UN wants Taliban security guarantees
Friday, 31-Mar-2000 10:40AM
ISLAMABAD, March 31 (AFP) - The United Nations is awaiting security guarantees from the Taliban to resume its work in southerern Afghanistan where it closed its offices this week, UN officials said Friday.
U.S. warns of kidnapping threat in Pakistan
WASHINGTON, March 31 (Reuters) - The United States has received a tip that someone might try to kidnap a U.S. citizen in or near the Pakistani city of Karachi within the next six days, the State Department said on Friday.
Feminist meeting in in U.S. focus on economic power
By Deborah Zabarenko
BALTIMORE, March 31 (Reuters) - Gloria Steinem, Betty Friedan and other icons of the 1970s-era feminist movement in the United States gathered with thousands of other women on Friday at a three-day meeting meant to bring economic and
Britain Helps Cover Hijack Costs
LONDON (AP) - The British government has approved a $3.2 million payment to help police cover the costs incurred during the Afghan airline hijacking drama at Stansted airport.
un asked to take direct control of afghanistan
islamabad, march 31, irna -- the afghan youth and students organization, a peshawar-based group of afghan youths, demanded of the united nations to take direct control of afghanistan. "the united nations should either take direct control of afghanistan or
Ministers, ISI Chief to visit United States shortly
By Our Staff Correspondent - DAWN
WASHINGTON, March 31: A major public relations exercise has been launched by the Pakistan government in Washington and at least two ministers, one adviser and the chief of the ISI are reaching here shortly, Pakistan sources said on Thursday.
BBAN Executes Agreements To Acquire 100% Of Tryco International
CISCO, Texas--(BUSINESSWIRE)--March 31, 2000--BroadBand Wireless International Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: BBAN), has successfully completed all negotiations and executed the necessary contracts to acquire 100 % of Tryco
Will Pakistan get any closer to Clinton?
I S L A M A B A D - The Economist
The visiting American president delivered a blunt message about Kashmir and democracy. Pakistan just might be listening
IT WAS awkward from the beginning. To outfox terrorists, Bill Clinton arrived in Islamabad on March 25th in an unmarked
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