Dostum and Malik Attempt Reconciliation
WASHINGTON - March 15, 2000 (AAR) - Two formerly allied Afghan factional leaders, whose rivalry and mutual distrust contributed to the advance of Taliban forces in Northern Afghanistan in 1997, announced an
UNHCR says Iran deporting Afghans despite pact
GENEVA, March 14 (Reuters) - The United Nations refugee agency said on Tuesday that it had complained to President Mohammad Khatami that Iranian officials were forcibly deporting Afghan refugees despite a voluntary repatriation accord
Afghan party leader appeals for end to Iranian deportation of compatriots
TEHRAN, March 15 (AFP) - Afghan leader Gulbeddin Hekmatyar has appealed to Iran's leadership to end a mass deportation of Afghan refugees to their homeland, an aide said Wednesday.
More Former Afghan Hostages Return
.c The Associated Press
GENEVA (AP) - Two more passengers from an Afghan airliner hijacked to Britain last month have been flown back to Afghanistan, the International Organization for Migration said Tuesday.
OSCE official warns stability threatened in C.Asia
ASTANA, March 14 (Reuters) - The Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe warned on Tuesday that Central Asia could face more unrest similar to an armed incursion and hostage crisis that rocked Kyrgyzstan last year.
Taliban, rivals preparing for spring offensive
Frontier Post - By AIMAL KHAN
PESHAWAR -As international efforts to bring peace to Afghanistan have failed, a renewed clashes between the warring faction is feared in that war-torn country. Reliable Afghan sources told The Frontier Post that both the Taliban and Northern
32 opposition commanders defect to Taliban
KABUL (NNI): At least 32 opposition commanders along with their supporters and huge quantity of arms and ammunition defected to the Taliban in the outskirts of Laghman province, reports Radio Kabul.
Fazlur Rehman meets Mullah Omar
DERA ISMAIL KHAN (NNI): Supreme leader of the Afghanistan ruling Taliban, Mullah Muhammad Omar Tuesday termed as unwarranted the United Nations sanctions against Afghanistan, and accused the United States of creating difficulties for the
13 killed on Afghan-Tajik border
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