Afghan opposition urges UN to slap more curbs on Taliban
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Afghan opposition northern alliance has urged the United Nations to impose more sanctions on the Taliban for initiating fresh war in Afghanistan.
Pro-Taliban `moderate' ally splits Laden ranks
The Times of India
ISLAMABAD: Osama bin Laden's alleged terrorist organization, Al Qaida, has split on ideological grounds with a renegade, Omar Abdul Hakim Abu Musa'b Suri, forming his own group, daily The News said Monday, quoting unidentified sources in
Taleban blames Afghans for drought
Divine retribution for ingratitude, says the Taleban
The Taleban have told the Afghan people that they are to blame for the severe drought affecting the country.
Taliban link seen in attempt on Hasina's life
The Times of India
DHAKA: A Bangladeshi Islamic group suspected of planting explosives ahead of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's rally has links with the Taliban in Afghanistan, the home minister said on Sunday.
We are just simple country boys, say Taleban
KABUL (August 1) : The Taleban have launched a new magazine which styles the group as a simple band of rural youths and quotes its leader as saying that despite the threat of new sanctions against Afghanistan, he would never hand over Osama bin
US urged to back Pak-Iran Afghan peace move
.ISLAMABAD (August 1) : Jamaat-e-Islami chief Qazi Hussain Ahmad has asked the United States to back Pakistan and Iran's efforts for the establishment of a broad based government in Afghanistan.
30 kgs heroin seized on Tajik-Afghan border
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Tajik border security forces have seized over 30 kilomgrams of heroin on Afghan-Tajik border, reports VOA.
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