UN Afghan envoy begins visit on Thursday
ISLAMABAD (NNI): United Nations Secretary Generals Personal Representative to Afghanistan Francesc Vendrell will embark on his first visit to Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran and other regional countries on Thursday (February 3) to familiarize
Bin Laden determined to strike against U.S.-Tenet
By Tabassum Zakaria
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Saudi exile Osama bin Laden is determined to strike further blows against America and appears to be widening his web of connections to anti-U.S. groups, CIA Director George Tenet said in testimony prepared for delivery
Chechnya future terror training ground - CIA chief
WASHINGTON, Feb 2 (Reuters) - Chechnya could become the terror training ground for the new millennium as its conflict with Russia may spawn a new generation of ``terrorists,'' CIA Director George Tenet said on Wednesday.
France admits Taleban
Representives in Paris of the Taleban administration in Afghanistan say a high-ranking delegation from Kabul is due to arrive later this week, for talks with the French government.
Bhutto meets Inderfurth
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Criticizing the judges oath under Provisional Constitutional Order and the National Accountability Bureau, Pakistan Peoples Party chairperson Benazir Bhutto has assured the United States of her partys support for a South
Japan to provide $ 1 million to Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Japan has decided to contribute one million US dollars to International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) programme for Afghanistan.
Rabbani hold talks with German MP
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The German Member of Parliament and Vice-President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), Willy Wimmer Wednesday met Chairman of Taliban ruling
Muslims worst victims of terrorism: Rabbani
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Chairman of Afghanistans Council of Ministers Mulla Rabbani on Wednesday said that the people of Kashmir, Palestine and Chechenya are the worst victims of terrorism.
The guest from Kabul
DAWN Editorial (PAKISTAN)
THE high-profile two-day visit of Mullah Rabbani to Islamabad has brought sharply into focus Pakistan-Afghanistan relations and their regional dimensions. Given the fact that the civil war in Afghanistan, the regional equations in Central Asia and the
Clinton's visit seen as test of US Pak policy
By Mahendra Ved
The Times of India News Service
NEW DELHI: No one in the Indian government is willing to speculate if President Clinton will go to Islamabad too during his visit to India in March. But it is clear that New Delhi is seeking to test US claims that its policy towards Pakistan is designed
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