OIC invites Afghan parties to Jeddah moot
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) has invited the Afghanistan ruling Taliban and opposition Northern Alliance for an important meeting in Jeddah on March 06, officials said Saturday.
Czech republic joins call for sanctions against Taliban
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The National Assembly of Czech Republic has passed a resolution calling on the government to take part in the implementation of international sanctions against the Taliban, reports BBC.
UN envoy suspects arms flow into Afghanistan continues
UNITED NATIONS (Agencies) - The new United Nations envoy to Afghanistan has said that he hopes to rekindle the support of six neighbouring countries in seeking an end to the civil war in that country.
oic committee, u.n. chief to discuss afghan crisis
united nations, new york, feb. 26, irna -- iran's deputy foreign minister and head of the five-member team of the organization of the islamic conference (oic) on afghanistan, mohammad javad zarif, will discuss the committee's current efforts to resolve the
Afghanistan buys 25,000 tonnes of wheat from Pakistan
ISLAMABAD (February 27) : The Taleban authorities have started shipping wheat from Pakistan to Afghanistan, an official of the Afghan Embassy in Islamabad said on Saturday.
`Hospitality' protects America's most wanted
Taleban hosts vow to never reveal whereabouts of Osama bin Laden
By Martin Regg Cohn - Toronto Star Asia Bureau
JALALABAD, Afghanistan - THE TRAIL ends here, in this forlorn city famous for sheltering war refugees and wanted men.
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