Afghan opposition says Taleban launches attacks
The Afghan opposition says Taleban forces have made fresh attacks in northern Afghanistan near the town of Sang Charak.
UN to allow Afghan Ariana Airlines to operate Haj flights
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The UN Security Council is likely to allow the Afghan Ariana Airlines to airlift intending Afghan pilgrims to Saudi Arabia.
WHITEHALL: Drugs tsar calls on UN to buy heroin
By Andrew Parker, Jimmy Burns and Nicholas Timmins
Keith Hellawell, the government's "drugs tsar", has surprised ministers by suggesting that Britain should press the United Nations to buy all of Afghanistan's heroin.
Pakistan asks Taliban to resolve bin Landen issue, talk with rivals
ISLAMABAD, Feb 1 (AFP) - Pakistan Tuesday asked the Taliban militia to resolve the issue of suspected terrorist Osama bin Laden and to enter into talks with the opposition to create a broad-based government in Afghanistan.
Taliban Leader Discusses Bin Laden
By Amir Zia
Associated Press Writer
Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2000; 11:54 a.m. EST
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan –– Suspected terrorist Osama bin Laden is being closely watched and will not be allowed to use Afghanistan as a safe haven to carry out attacks, a senior Afghan leader said Tuesday.
No impact on UN sanctions on Afghanistan: Rabbani
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Head of Taliban ruling council Mullah Mohammad Rabbani Monday said there had been no impact of UN sanctions on Afghanistan.
Taleban offer support to Kashmir cause
BUSINESS RECORDER REPORT (Pakistan)
PESHAWAR (February 1) : Afghanistan's Taleban militia vowed close relations with Pakistan, voicing strong support to Islamabad's Kashmir policy and denouncing the UN-imposed economic sanctions. Mullah Muhammad Rabbani, the second
Taliban back Pak stand on Kashmir assail UN-imposed sanctions
By NISAR MAHMOOD
PESHAWAR - The Taliban administration Monday underscored the imperative of an early settlement of the lingering Kashmir dispute in line with UN resolutions and aspirations of Kashmiris. In a chat with newsmen at Torkham (Khyber Agency) upon
Afghanistan Weekly Update No. 348
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
Date: 1 February 2000
Andrew Tesoriere to Depart
Andrew Tesoriere, the acting head of UNSMA, will depart on 8 February after eighteen months of service. He hopes to return to work for Afghanistan's welfare as he has been doing periodically over the past twenty-four years. He extends his best
Taliban send troops to Chechnya
KABUL, Jan 31: Taliban troops have gone to Russia's breakaway republic of Chechnya to provide reinforcements for beleaguered Chechen guerillas, a senior Taliban commander said on Monday.
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