Afghan opposition commander predicts endgame in Pakistan
MOSCOW, Dec 2 (AFP) - The war in Afghanistan between the ruling Taliban and opposition Northern Alliance will end "where it was conceived," in Pakistan,
Masood: Afghan war will end in Pakistan
UPI, Sat 2 Dec 2000 The armed conflict in Afghanistan that has claimed hundreds of lives and uprooted thousands over the last several months could end where it had originally been masterminded,
Afghan syndrome may spread to other countries - Masood
Moscow, Dec 3 IRNA-Itar-Tass-ACSNA -- The situation in Afghanistan may repeat in Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kirghizia, anywhere in the Central Asian region or other parts of the world, the military leader
Islam only way to control AIDS: Taliban
KABUL, Dec 2 (AFP) - The Afghan Taliban Information Minister Mawlawi Qudratullah Jamal Saturday said Islam prescribed the best ways to control AIDS throughout the world.
Rape convict publicly whipped in northern Afghanistan
KABUL, Dec 2 (AFP) - The puritanical Taliban regime publicly lashed a man convicted of raping a woman in northern Afghanistan, the official Radio Shariat said Saturday.
Islamic militants held in Tajikistan
The authorities in Tajikistan say they have arrested three members of a banned Islamic movement called Khizbi Tahrir.
US to achieve nothing through fresh sanctions: Taliban
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Taliban have said that the United States will achieve nothing through the imposition of new sanctions on Afghanistan.
U.S. TARGETING BIN LADEN IN PLANS TO AVENGE COLE
By NILES LATHEM - New York Post
The Clinton administration is stepping up contingency plans to bomb or otherwise retaliate against terror master Osama bin Laden and the Afghan Taliban for the bombing of the USS Cole, The Post has learned.
Majlis to debate strategy to deal with Afghan refugees
TEHRAN (NNI): Majlis will debate on a long-term strategy this week to deal with problems the Afghan refugees have caused for Iran, Head of Parliamentary Commission for National Security
Taliban vow to safeguard antiques
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Taliban have said that they were not opposed to the antiques rather have taken various steps to ensure the protection of relics.
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
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