UN Council "concerned" by renewed fighting in Afghanistan
UNITED STATES, July 7 (AFP) - The UN Security Council expressed "concern" Tuesday at the resumption of fighting in Afghanistan between the ruling Taliban and opposition forces.
Afghan opposition demands UN monitoring unit in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The anti-Taliban northern alliance has urged the United Nations to dispatch Monitoring Unit to the frontlines to report on the military situation in the war ravaged Afghanistan.
Taliban capable enough to thwart nefarious designs: Envoy
ISLAMAMABAD (NNI): Afghanistan's Taliban Friday said the Islamic Emirate enjoys popular support and is capable enough to safeguard country's and masses' interests.
Taleban reject Shangahi Five concerns
Friday, 7 July, 2000, 12:01 GMT 13:01 UK
The ruling Taleban movement in Afghanistan has rejected what it called unfounded accusations that Afghanistan represents a threat to regional and international security.
Taliban welcome China's remarks on Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Afghanistan's ruling Taliban have welcomed and appreciated the remarks of Chinese President, Jiang Zemin about Afghanistan terming it as a goodwill gesture of the Chinese leaders, reports BBC.
Taliban shrug off UN sanctions
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Afghanistan's Taliban have said that the UN economic and aviation sanctions on Afghanistan would not help resolve the issue.
Pakistan shifts on bin Laden
08/07/2000 - Sydney Morning Herald
Islamabad: In the first sign of co-operation with the United States over the alleged terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden, Pakistan's military ruler, General Pervaiz Musharraf, says he is "impressed" by evidence linking bin Laden
Misuse of Afghan Transit Trade not to be allowed, says Foreign Minister
LAHORE (July 8) : Foreign Minister Abdus Sattar on Friday said that misuse of transit trade would not be allowed, as smuggling was hitting hard Pakistan's economy.
Pakistan Lifts Ban on Wheat Supply to Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD, July 7 Asia Pulse - Pakistan has lifted ban on wheat supply to Afghanistan and the Commerce Ministry has proposed additional wheat and flour supply to the Afghan government.
Hizb-e-Islami denies contact with Taliban
Islamabad, July 8, IRNA -- Hizb-e-Islami (Islamic Party) of Afghanistan has denied reports about its links with Taliban militia.
UN satisfied with education program in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The United Nations has expressed satisfaction over its programme of encouraging people of northern Afghanistan to get education.
Afghan fighting disappoints Japan: Envoy
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Japan Friday expressed dismay at the eruption of fighting in Afghanistan and urged the warring factions to sit together and peacefully resolve the long-running problem.
Six Afghan citizens detained on board train
STAVROPOL, July 7 (Itar-Tass) - Six Afghan citizens who tried illegally to get into Russia on board Ashgabat-Moscow train were detained on Friday at Aksaraisk checkpoint.
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