Pakistani Foreign Minister's Press Conference Disrupted by Afghan Protesters
Afghan Demand self-determination, Sattar asks for "Engagement with Taliban"
By Omar Samad
WASHINGTON, June 16, 2000 - AAR - Not once or twice, but on three occasions, Pakistani foreign minister Abdul Sattar's hour-long press conference was disrupted by angry Afghan protesters in full view of the international media at the
Pakistan Wants Sanctions Lifted
Friday, June 16, 2000 4:29 PM EDT
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pakistani Foreign Minister Abdul Sattar urged the United States on Friday to lift its economic and military sanctions against Pakistan's military-ruled government. Both Sattar and U.S. officials said their resumption of high-level
U.S. Gives Wheat to Afghanistan
Friday, June 16 7:19 AM SGT
By ZAHID HUSSAIN, Associated Press Writer
KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) - The United States set aside sanctions on Afghanistan's Taliban rulers Thursday, sending 40,000 tons of wheat to help ordinary Afghans suffering from a lengthy drought
Afghanistan reaps dividends of being largest opium producer
PESHAWAR - (Internews): Each spring, huge areas of the south and east of Afghanistan are covered with red opium poppies. Weeks later, after the flowers have seeded, farmers make holes in the seed heads and scrape off the white milky
Khattak offers his services for peace in Afghanistan
By SYED BUKHAR SHAH
PESHAWAR - The head of newly formed National Awami Party, Pakistan, Ajmal Khattak, has offered his services for reconciliation between warring groups in Afghanistan. Addressing a reception hosted in his honour
Afghan man denies atrocity allegations
Sydney Morning Herald
By CLAIRE O'ROURKE
An Afghani at a Sydney detention centre yesterday angrily denied allegations he was a war criminal.
Mr Naqib Ahmad Noori said he had never committed an atrocity, including murder. He also denied he had been a member of
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