Taliban delegation tours Europe in bid to improve ties with West
Saturday, February 5 5:34 PM SGT
KABUL, Feb 5 (AFP) - A two-member delegation of Afghanistan's ruling Taliban is on a non-official tour of Europe in a bid to improve tarnished ties with the west, officials said here Saturday.
Musharraf accepts Rabbanis invitation for Afghanistan visit
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Pakistan Chief Executive General Pervez Musharraf has accepted invitation by Chairman Taliban ruling council Mulla Mohammad Rabbani to visit Afghanistan, Foreign Minister Abdul Sattar said Friday.
Musharraf 'Willing to Cooperate' on Bin Laden
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Chief Executive General Pervez Musharraf has said that he wants to "help solve the problem" of Osama bin Laden and is "actively considering" a trip to discuss the issue with the ruling Taliban in Afghanistan.
Rabbani seeks Jamaat help for Afghanistans rehabilitation
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Chairman Taliban ruling ministerial council Mulla Muhammad Rabbani has sought Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan help in the rehabilitation of war-ravaged Afghanistan.
Release of Afghan goods from Karachi Port begins
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Release of the Afghan goods from Karachi port has been started and the process will be completed within two weeks, a senior Taliban official said Friday.
Taleban delegation in Pakistan leaves for home
PESHAWAR (February 5) : The 18-member Taleban delegation on Friday left for Afghanistan via Torkham after holding important talks on transit trade, Osama bin Laden and bilateral issues with authorities in Islamabad. The delegation, led by
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