Bomb Rocks Afghanistan Capital
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - A bomb exploded outside the Kabul Hotel in the latest in a series of explosions to rock the beleaguered Afghan capital, witnesses said Tuesday.
More bomb blasts in Kabul
The blast took place in Kabul's city centre - BBC 7/25
Two bombs have exploded in the Afghan capital, Kabul, the latest in a series of attacks over the past two weeks.
The bombs exploded within a few hours of each other in a drainage ditch near a hotel.
Taliban arrest 40 people in Kabul
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Afghanistans ruling Taliban have arrested 40 members and supporters of the Islamic Shoora for Rescue and Peace of Afghanistan in Kabul, reports Radio Tehran.
Taliban turn down coalition govts proposal
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Afghanistans ruling Taliban have turned down proposal for the formation of a coalition government in Afghanistan.
Pakistan asks Taleban to extradite terror suspects
ISLAMABAD, July 25 (Reuters) - Pakistan has asked the ruling Taleban in neighbouring Afghanistan to extradite a number of people it says have been involved in terrorist activities, state media reported.
Checkposts being set up on Afghan border: List of wanted persons given to Kabul: Moin
By M. Ziauddin - DAWN 7/25
ISLAMABAD, July 24: Interior Minister Moinuddin Haider said on Monday that the government was setting up checkposts along the Durand Line to restore its sanctity as an international border.
US creating more problems: Taliban
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Afghanistans ruling Taliban have strongly reacted to the remarks of the US Assistant Secretary of State Karl Inderfurth terming it irresponsible and contrary to the ground realities which would multiply problems in Afghanistan.
Taliban dismiss US criticism
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Afghanistans ruling Taliban have dismissed the allegations of the US Assistant Secretary of State Karl Inderfurth as baseless and illogical.
Drought robs Kabul of day-time electricity
KABUL, July 24 (AFP) - The severe drought which has hit much of Afghanistan is affecting the capital's hydro-electric power supply, forcing authorities to begin unexpected summer day-time loadshedding, officials said Monday.
Turkmenistan keen on gas pipeline accord with Pakistan
ASHRAF KHAN - Business Recorder (Pak.)
KARACHI (July 25) : Turkmenistan desires an earliest gas pipeline accord with Pakistan as it has been in quandary after Turkey became disinterested in signing a gas import deal with it.
Taliban stick to TV ban - Frontier Post 7/25
KABUL (Online) - The impression that the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan may be drifting towards a moderate policy stood refuted when a senior Taliban official denied reports that the Emirate is deliberating to lift the official ban on television.
Ghaznavi conference at AIOU on 26th
ISLAMABAD (NNI): An international conference about one thousand years celebration of renowned conqueror Sultan Mahmood Gaznavi will be held in Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) on July 26, 2000, under the arrangement of Society
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