Escape or assassination?
Monday, 27 March 2000 2:46 (ET)
By ANWAR IQBAL
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, March 27 (UPI) -- Officials at the Afghan Embassy in Islamabad said Monday that a top opposition leader, Ismail Khan, escaped from a high-security prison in the Taliban headquarters of Kandahar.
Afghan commander's son accuses Taleban
Monday, 27 March, 2000, 14:52 GMT 15:52 UK
The son of the prominent Afghan opposition leader, Ismail Khan, has said he has had no contact with his father since his daylight escape from Taleban custody and feared his father had been "eliminated".
Afghan commander escapes Taleban - BBC
The most prominent Afghan opposition prisoner has staged a brazen daylight escape from Taleban custody.
Ismail Khan, the former governor of Afghanistan's western Herat province broke out of his jail in Kandahar with the son of
Escape of key Afghan opposition leader embarrasses Taliban
ISLAMABAD, March 27 (AFP) - The escape of Afghan opposition leader Ismail Khan from a Taliban maximum security prison is an embarassing blow for the ruling Islamic militia, Afghan sources said Monday.
Taliban bomb opposition areas - Dawn
KABUL, March 26: Fighter jets of Taliban have attacked an opposition stronghold, killing at least one person and wounding nine others, opposition sources said on Sunday.
Rabbani concerned over continued Afghan war
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The leader of the anti-Taliban northern alliance, Professor Burhanuddin Rabbani has expressed concern over the continuation of fighting and held Taliban responsible for it.
No links with "Jaish-e-Muhammad": Taliban
KANDAHAR (NNI): Afghanistan ruling Taliban have said they have no links with "Jaish-e-Muhammad", the group formed by Maulana Masood Azhar, released at the demand by hijackers of the Indian airlines in December last year.
Iranian police kill seven Afghan traffickers-IRNA
TEHRAN, March 26 (Reuters) - Security forces killed seven Afghan drug traffickers in a shootout in eastern Iran, the official IRNA news agency reported on Sunday.
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