Bomb Explodes in Pakistan Embassy
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - A powerful bomb exploded early Monday inside Pakistan's embassy in Afghanistan's capital of Kabul, but there were no casualties, embassy officials said.
2ND LD: Pakistan condemns blast at Kabul embassy
Pakistan condemned Monday the explosion at its embassy in Afghanistan earlier in the day and said the perpetrators must be arrested and punished.
Blast at Pakistan's Kabul embassy - BBC 7/10
A bomb exploded inside Pakistan's embassy in Afghanistan early on Monday, damaging the building but causing no casualties.
Embassy officials in the capital, Kabul, said the blast ripped through the concrete roof of the visa section
Taliban assault, retreat leaves heavy loss
Islamabad, July 10, IRNA -- Taliban assault at 2:30 a.m. Sunday in the Shomali and around the Bagram Air Base and its consequent retreat has left heavy loss to the militia's fighting force, a spokesman for the United Front said on Sunday.
New fighting near Kabul
Monday, 10 July, 2000, 00:29 GMT 01:29 UK - -BBC
There has been fierce fighting north of Kabul as the ruling Taliban militia used heavy tanks and jets in an attempt to bring enemy positions under its control.
Loya Jirga Delegations Visits Paris and London to Promote Political Plan -
Former Afghan King Also Asks for Emergency Relief Aid
By Omar Samad
WASHINGTON - July 10, 2000 - AAR - Two Afghan delegations, representing the Loya Jirga (grand assembly) initiative sponsored by M. Zaher Shah, the former King of Afghanistan, met with French and British officials last week
US aid worker held in Kabul
An American aid worker has been arrested by the Taleban authorities in the Afghan capital, Kabul.
Grandmother Mary MacMakin, who is her seventies, was arrested on Sunday along with her staff.
Afghanistan's Taliban appeal to UN against further curbs
KABUL, July 9 (AFP) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia Sunday appealed to the United Nations not impose more curbs against it at a time when much of the war-torn country has been hit by an unprecedented drought.
London moot calls for end to foreign interference in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD, July 10 (NNI): A number of former Afghan Mujahideen in a meeting at London have called for end to foreign interference in the internal affairs of Afghanistan and described participation of the warring Afghan groups necessary for all
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