OIC delegation, Taliban hold talks; leaves for Tashkent
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The OIC delegation has conveyed concern over continued hostilities in Afghanistan to Taliban and called for intra-Afghan talks to end the 20-year old Afghan conflict, a member of the OIC delegation said Wednesday.
Foreign office asks press to call Taleban government as government of 'Islamic Emirates of Afghanistan'
Associated Press of Pakistan
ISLAMABAD (February 17) : The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has requested the electronic and print media to call the Taleban government as the government of the Islamic Emirates of Afghanistan. The spokesman said that since the
Pakistan, Japan discuss Kashmir, Afghan issues
By Raja Zulfikar
The News: Jang
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Japan discussed non-proliferation, Kashmir and Afghanistan issues when Japan's Deputy Foreign Minister Ryozo Kato met with Foreign Secretary Shamshad Ahmed here on Wednesday.
Campaign against arms
Frontier Post (Editorial)
The military government has announced what it calls a seven-tier deweaponisation programme. For starters, displaying weapons under whatever pretext is now an offence. The second restraining move comes in the form of a ban on all new arms
Afghan national gallery re-opened after eight years
Thursday, February 17 7:14 PM SGT
KABUL, Feb 17 (AFP) - Afghanistan's national art gallery was re-opened Thursday for the first time in eight years with 100 paintings, although in line with the country's strict Islamic law, with none showing living creatures.
Afghan hijack: multi-million dollar cost
Police in Britain say the cost of dealing with issues surrounding the hijacked Afghan plane at Stansted airport near London last week is estimated at almost six-million dollars.
UK police put Afghan hijack cost at 3.6 mln pounds
By Elisabeth Eaves
LONDON, Feb 16 (Reuters) - The cost of dealing with last week's Afghan plane hijack at London's Stansted airport was about 3.6 million pounds ($5.8 million), British police said on Wednesday.
PRESS CONFERENCE AT THE EMBASSY OF AFGHANISTAN
Paris, February 7th, 2000, 4 p.m.
text: As received by AAR from Embassy Islamic State of Afghanisan, Paris, France.
If we make this press conference, it is to quickly give a progress report on the situation in Afghanistan, and on the last events. There are two things which occur in this moment: on one hand the hijacking of a plane, topicality
Reward for bin Laden publicized on matchboxes, rupee notes
February 17, 2000 - Web posted at: 9:52 a.m. HKT (0152 GMT)
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) -- The United States has taken its campaign to arrest suspected terrorist Osama bin Laden to the people of Pakistan -- at least to those who smoke.
Clinton Looks to India, Pakistan Aid
.c The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Clinton is leaving the door open - slightly - to making a visit to Pakistan and offering to help mediate the volatile Kashmir dispute Pakistan has with India.
Taliban set up Afghan pilgrims centre in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, Feb 16: The Taliban administration has made arrangements to facilitate Haj pilgrims inside Afghanistan besides opening a centre for the refugees in Pakistan. More than 10,000 Afghans are expected to perform Haj this year. The United
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