U.S. cites Pakistan, Afghanistan in terror report
NEW YORK, April 30 (Reuters) - The annual U.S. report on international ``terrorism'' due to be issued on Monday identifies south Asia as a major source of the problem for the first time, the New York Times said on Sunday.
Pakistan, Afghanistan wither as drought worsens
By Raja Asghar
ISLAMABAD, April 30 (Reuters) - Crops in parts of Pakistan and Afghanistan have failed and livestock has died as a drought that has also parched neighbouring India tightens its grip, local officials and aid agencies said.
Afghans urged to shun differences
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The deposed Afghan President Professor Rabbani has urged the Afghans to shun differences and forge unity in their ranks.
US bemoans lack of Pak response on Afghanistan
By Aziz Haniffa
WASHINGTON: The U.S. administration has regretted that Pakistan has done nothing despite its repeated request to Islamabad to use its considerable influence with Afghanistan's Taliban regime to help bring renegade Saudi millionaire
Afghan conflict poses threat to regional nations: Iran
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Iranian Vice President has said the current situation in Afghanistan has posed threat to the security of the neighbouring nations.
Sanctions against Taliban demanded
ISLAMABAD, April 28: The Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (Rawa) on Friday called upon the international community to apply economic sanctions against the Taliban government in Afghanistan.
The Final Humiliation: Afghan Children Are Ignored
By ROBIN WRIGHT - LA TIMES
KABUL--Mazar Uddin is a 6-year-old with a head of dusty hair who was deposited at the Alla Auddin Orphanage more than a year ago. His mother, a young widow, left him at the rundown compound in the war-ravaged Afghan capital because
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