Afghan Taliban angered by expected new UN sanctions
Saturday, December 2 7:52 PM SGT
KABUL, Dec 2 (AFP) - Afghan Taliban said Saturday any new United Nations sactions against the ruling militia under the influence of the US and Russia would be
Annan blames Pakistan for fuelling Afghan conflict
UNITED NATIONS (NNI): United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan has blasted Pakistan for militarily helping Taliban and fuelling conflict in Afghanistan.
UN to face problems in implementing sanctions on Taliban
ISLAMABAD (NNI): United Nations would face difficulties in implementing its sanctions on the Taliban, said an expert of the Afghan affairs.
WFP releases report on Afghanistan labour market
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The World Food Programme (WFP), on Friday released a report about the labour market of Afghanistan, depicting a gloomy picture of the war battered Afghan economy.
UN-sponsored Afghan talks in danger
ISLAMABAD - Despite the fact that the Afghan warring factions had given an undertaking to attend the indirect peace talks being held under the auspices of the United Nations
US delegation visits Peshawar, invites Afghan leaders for meeting
Islamabad, Dec 2, IRNA -- A three-member US delegation visited Peshawar city of Pakistan and held talks with different Afghan leaders, inviting them for a meeting in Washington.
Afghan leader not sure about talks between United Front, Taliban
Islamabad, Dec 2, IRNA -- Chairman of the Council for Consensus and National Unity of Afghanistan, Haji Hayatullah on Saturday expressed doubt about resumption of talks between the United Front and Taliban.
3 killed in Kabul explosion
Islamabad, Dec 2, IRNA -- Three persons lost their lives when a powerful bomb went off in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Friday evening.
Ahmad Shah Massoud meets Afghanistan's Eastern Council commanders
As recieved by AAR
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic State of Afghanistan
December 1, 2000
Mr. Ahmad Shah Massoud, Vice President, Minister of Defense and Leadership Council member of the Islamic State of Afghanistan, on Wednesday, November 29th,
87 Afghan bandits killed, 60 hostages freed in one month Mashhad,
Khorasan Province, Dec 2, IRNA -- Iran's police and Basijis (volunteer forces) have killed 87 armed Afghan bandits and freed 60 hostages in their captivity in shoot-outs in the past one month, a
|Back to News Archirves of 2000|
Disclaimer: This news site is mostly a compilation of publicly accessible articles on the Web in the form of a link or saved news item. The news articles and commentaries/editorials are protected under international copyright laws. All credit goes to the original respective source(s).