Taleban, foes in heavy clashes near Kabul
KABUL, April 7 (Reuters) - Fighters of Afghanistan's ruling Taleban and their key foe were involved in heavy clashes northeast of Kabul on Friday amid reports of a military buildup by both sides ahead of an expected spring offensive.
Afghan Leader Ready to Play Role To Help Resolve Conflict
Escape From Taliban Prison called “Daring and Miraculous”
By Omar Samad
WASHINGTON - April 6, 2000 - AAR - Less than two weeks after a stunning daylight jail break from the Taliban militia’s de facto capital, Ismael Khan - one of Afghanistan’s veteran resistance leaders during the Soviet
Pakistan, Iran ask Afghan factions to end differences through dialogue
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Pakistan and Iran Thursday called upon Afghan warring factions to resolve their differences through political dialogue.
Arif Khan's body taken to Afghanistan - Frontier Post - 4/6/00
PESHAWAR - The body of commondar Arif Khan Zakhel, governor of Qundooz, who was killed along with gun man in Hayatabad area on Tuesday, has been taken to Afghanistan. Police said that they have lodged an FIR against the unknown
US Offers $5 Mln for Suspected Algerian Terrorist, AP Says
Washington, April 6 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. State Department posted a $5 million reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of suspected Algerian terrorist Abdelmajid Dahoumane, the Associated Press reported, citing
No plan to ban Lashkar-e-Tayyaba, Harkat-ul-Mujahideen: Moin
WASHINGTON (NNI): Interior Minister Moinuddin Haider has said that the government has no plan to ban the Lashkar-e-Tayyaba and Harkat-ul-Mujahideen
No shift in policy on Osama, Kashmir: Moin
From Khalid Hasan (in Frontier Post)
Washington - Federal Interior Minister Moin-ud-Din Haider told newsmen here Wednesday that reiterated his country's declared position on the issue of religious extremism, terrorism, Osama bin Laden and Kashmir during his discussions with US
Afghan schools asked to shift from residential areas
PESHAWAR (NNI): Peshawar Development Authority (PDA) has asked the management of the schools for Afghan refugees to shift to other places.
The India Tilt
Clinton's tour of the subcontinent marks a strategic realignment
By ANTHONY DAVIS New Delhi And Islamabad- ASIAWEEK
It was a visit that Pakistan's chief executive, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, had worked hard to bring about - but ultimately it gave him little but cold comfort. At the end of the day, perhaps the best that the country's military rulers could say of U.S. President
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