Afghan leader says bin Laden will not be expelled
ISLAMABAD, July 15 (Reuters) - The leader of Afghanistan's ruling Taleban movement said he would not hand over terrorism suspect Osama bin Laden to the United States because it would cause suffering among Afghans, a newspaper
'Loya Jirga' delegation arrives for talks with Pakistani officials
By Tahir Khan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): A high level delegation of former Afghan King Zahir Shah arrives here Monday for talks with Pakistani officials over the 'Loya Jirga' (Grand Assembly) to find out a peaceful settlement of the long-running Afghan conflict
Afghan Ex-King's Envoys to Talk with Pakistani Officials
ISLAMABAD (July 14) XINHUA - A high level delegation of former Afghan king Zahir Shah is scheduled to be here on Monday for talks with Pakistani officials over the "Loya Jirga" (Grand Assembly) proposal, a peace initiative for ending the
No change in Pak policy on Afghanistan: Pakistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): There is no change in Pakistan's Afghan policy and the impression being created by a section of press is based on sensation.
Masood ready to share power with Taleban
KABUL, July 14 (Business Recorder) -- Afghan opposition commander Ahmad Shah Masood has expressed willingness to form a coalition with the ruling Taleban.
US, Russia to discuss terrorism threat from Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The Russian and US diplomats have decided to settle the issues concerned with the setting up of Joint Working Group with the aim to remove the threat of terrorism posed from Afghanistan, reports Radio Moscow.
UN plays key role in MacMakin's release
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The Islamabad-based UN Coordinator for Humanitarian Aid to Afghanistan, Eric de Mul has played a major role in the release of American aid worker, Mary MacMakin, reports BBC.
Taliban's restrictions on women deplored
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The women rights activists have expressed deep concern over the latest restrictions on women by the ruling Taliban in Afghanistan. They said that if the status quo continues, it would further disappoint the women about their
GENDER APARTHEID: Afghanistan's Taleban rulers continue to oppress women
The Times (London) 7-13-2000
There are an estimated 28,000 war widows in Kabul - the victims of a 20-year civil war that has killed thousands of male fighters, reduced much of the capital to rubble and scattered a deadly crop of mines across Afghanistan's sparse arable
Transit trade talks with Afghanistan resume - BR
NAFEES TAKAR - ISLAMABAD (July 15) : In a bid to remove the anomalies in Pak-Afghan Transit Trade, Pakistan and Afghanistan resumed talks on bilateral trade here on Friday.
Letter by Dr. A. Abdullah addressed to UNSG Mr. Kofi Annan
July 14, 2000
I would like to refer to my letter dated June 27, 2000 addressed to you, in which I revealed Government reports on the arrival of more than 2,000 fresh recruits including Pakistan’s Army regulars to the eastern Province of Jalalabad from
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