Main Kabul money market robbed
Robbers have stolen hundreds of thousands of dollars from the main money market in the Afghan capital, Kabul.
Hijacking: US sees 'evidence'
By Shaheen Sehbai
WASHINGTON, Jan 12: The Indians have provided "some evidence" to US officials on alleged Pakistan involvement in the Indian Airlines hijacking, a senior State Department official said on Tuesday.
Japans $111,377 aid for NGOs working in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The Embassy of Japan has announced financial support to Afghanistan through Grass Roots Assistance scheme to the tune of US $111,377 equivalent to Rs. 5,716,981.41.
Taliban seek participation in Olympics games
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The Afghanistan ruling Taliban have launched efforts for the countrys participation in the forthcoming Sydney Olympics, urging the International Olympics Committee to decide the matter in the light of ground realities in
Taleban's keep-fit regime
By Adam Brookes in Kandahar, Afghanistan
In the city of Kandahar, time has been turned back.
Kandahar is the home of the Taleban, the Islamic movement that now has nearly all of Afghanistan in its grip.
Afghan provincial capital moves
Wednesday, 12 January,
The Taleban authorities in Afghanistan have decided to change the provincial capital of one of the western provinces bordering Iran.
Ousted Afghan President launches peace initiative
January 12, 2000
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Ousted Afghan President Burhanuddin Rabbani has launched a new peace initiative to settle the long-standing crisis in the war-ravaged Afghanistan.
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