Clinton presses Musharraf on democracy, violence
ISLAMABAD, March 25 (Reuters) - U.S. President Bill Clinton pressed Pakistan's military ruler to map out a rapid return to democratic rule and to exercise restraint with arch-rival India, White House spokesman Joe Lockhart said on Saturday.
Clinton fails to get Pakistan democracy date
By Arshad Mohammed
ISLAMABAD, March 25 (Reuters) - U.S. President Bill Clinton vainly pressed Pakistan's military ruler on Saturday to say when democracy would be restored and termed Pakistan's nuclear weapons a waste of the nation's wealth.
Bin Laden Seen In Afghanistan Discussing Clinton Visit
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP)--Appearing weak and gaunt, alleged terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden attended a meeting of followers to discuss U.S. President Bill Clinton's visit to Pakistan, an Afghan witness says
Bin Laden Reportedly Ailing
By KATHY GANNON
.c The Associated Press
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) - Osama bin Laden seemed weak and gaunt at a meeting about President Clinton's visit to Pakistan, a witness said, and a Western intelligence official said the alleged terrorist leader is suffering from kidney and liver disease.
New doubt over Clinton Pakistan trip
By AHMED RASHID
PRESIDENT Clinton makes a five-hour visit to Islamabad today on a diplomatic mission that officials said was opposed by almost all his national security advisers.
Afghan envoy blames Pak for turmoil
The Times of India News Service
NEW DELHI: Afghanistan's ambassador Masood Khalili has blamed Pakistan's support to fundamentalist Taliban and its own ambition to extend its influence in Central Asia for his country's travails.
UN fears eruption of diseases in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The United Nations has expressed fears that diseases might break out in the drought-hit areas of Afghanistan, and the situation might deteriorate with no rains in sight till December.
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