Afghan schools resume without female attendance, again
KABUL, March 23 (AFP) - Afghan schools resumed this week without female attendance for the fourth consecutive year since the Taliban hardline Islamic fundamentalists marched into the capital.
Next round of Afghan peace parleys soon
By AIMAL KHAN - Frontier Post (Pakistan)
PESHAWAR - To continue the dialogue for finding a peaceful settlement of the two decades-long Afghan problem among warring groups, the next round of Afghan leaders moot is expected to be held in Cyprus shortly.
Clinton faces tough talks in Pakistan
By Scott McDonald
ISLAMABAD, March 23 (Reuters) - U.S. President Bill Clinton's list of tough demands on democracy, nuclear weapons and troubled Kashmir will likely be met by equally forceful resistance when he arrives for talks on Saturday with Pakistan's military
Bin Laden 'link' to Bangladesh threat
President Clinton skipped part of his Bangladesh trip - BBC
President Clinton cancelled part of his itinerary in Bangladesh earlier this week because of a possible threat from Saudi militant Osama bin Laden, according to a newspaper report.
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