Afghan rivals preparing for spring offensive
By MUHAMMAD KHURSHID
PESHAWAR - More blood is likely to shed in Afghanistan as with the advent of summer the forces of Northern Alliance led by Ahmed Shah Masood have been regrouping themselves for launching a fresh attack on Taliban's positions in and around
Pakistan to close down Afghan groups' offices
By IMTIAZ HUSSAIN
PESHAWAR - In a surprise move, the government has decided to close down offices of all Afghan organisations based in Pakistan, a well-placed sources told The Frontier Post on Thursday. The Interior Ministry has directed - via a letter - all
Drugs, terrorism, water threaten C.Asia-Nazarbayev
ALMATY, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev has warned that drugs, terrorism and scarce water resources are the main threats to stability in Central Asia, state media reported on Friday.
The Friday Times - Vol XI, No. 52, February 25-March 2, 2000
Salman Hussein goes to the Binori Town mosque to see why it has become so important since the rise of the Taliban in Afghanistan
UNHCR asks India not to forcibly expel Afghans
NEW DELHI (NNI): Afghan refugees living in India are worried about their fate as India is planning forced expulsions, reports VOA on Thursday.
Headline: Loya Jirga is a viable option: Dr. Abdullah
As sent from Afgwatan@aol.com through the FMF.
Summary viewpoints by the Islamic State of Afghanistan on Loya Jirga 'the traditional Grand Assembly', as a Political Solution to the conflict in Afghanistan
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