Taleban expel US aid worker - BBC 7/13/2000
The Taleban authorities in Afghanistan have deported a US aid worker whom they accuse of spying and spreading anti-Taleban propaganda.
Mary MacMakin, 71, was flown in a Red Cross plane to Peshawar in neighbouring Pakistan.
Afghan Relief Worker Deported
By PENELOPE OVERTON
PHOENIX (AP) - Mary MacMakin arrived in Afghanistan more than 30 years ago, the wife of an American diplomat. After reinventing herself as an unlikely champion for Afghan women, she has been forced out of the country colleagues say is her life.
Expelled US aid worker reaches Pakistan
PESHAWAR, Pakistan, July 13 (Reuters) - A U.S. aid worker ordered to leave Afghanistan after being accused of spying arrived in neighbouring Pakistan on Thursday.
Taliban Fears Spies Among Women
By EDITH M. LEDERER
UNITED NATIONS (AP) - A controversial edict barring women from working for relief agencies inside Afghanistan was issued because the nation's Taliban rulers feared some women might be spies, a Taliban spokesman said Wednesday.
Masood ready for coalition with Taliban
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Afghan opposition Commander Ahmad Shah Masood has expressed willingness to form a coalition with Afghanistan ruling Taliban.
Masood ready for coalition with Taliban - Frontier Post (Pakistan)
Zahir Shah gears up efforts for Loya Jirga - By SYED BUKHAR SHAH
PESHAWAR - Northern Alliance leader, Commander Ahmad Shah Masood, has expressed willingness to form a joint government with Taliban for six months or for an year to end the ongoing war in Afghanistan.
Renewed Afghan war renders thousands homeless
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Fierce fighting between the Taliban and Ahmed Shah Masood forces in north of Kabul has once again forced thousands of civilians to migrate from the areas, reports Radio Tehran.
TEHRAN, July 12 (Xinhua) -- Iran has closed down its 725- kilometer borders with eastern neighbor Afghanistan as part of the measures to combat threats to its security.
Plan alleged to kill Afghan leaders in City
Frontier Post By SYED BUKHAR SHAH - 7/12/00
PESHAWAR- The Central Intelligence Office in Kabul has issued to its officials in Peshawar a list of 14 Afghan leaders, ordering their elimination for "working against Afghanistan".
Roads network revival in Afghanistan to benefit Pakistan: Taliban
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The Afghan Minister for Public Works and Communications, Mulla Ahmedullah Mati has said that the construction of the highways in Afghanistan would not only facilitate ground trade in South Asia but would prove very beneficial for Pakistan to have trade link with Central Asia.
Aziz being tipped new additional secretary for Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Pakistan former ambassador to Afghanistan Aziz Khan is being appointed as Additional Secretary Afghanistan in the Foreign Office, official sources said Wednesday.
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