U.S. Official Fears Islamic Terror .c The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Islamic terrorism, partly a spillover from Afghanistan, poses a threat in Central Asia, where Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will make her first visit next month, a senior Clinton administration official said today.
U.S. officials visit volatile central Asian states
By Tabassum Zakaria
WASHINGTON, March 29 (Reuters) - Senior U.S. officials are visiting former Soviet states in central Asia in what some analysts see as a signal that Washington remains interested in a volatile region hemmed in by Russia, Iran and Afghanistan.
Former Afghan leader said to be in Iran - IRNA
TEHRAN, March 29 (Reuters) - Ismail Khan, a senior Afghan opposition commander know as the ``Lion of Herat,'' is in Iran after escaping from a Taliban militia jail, the official IRNA news agency said on Wednesday.
Afghan opposition leader Ismail Khan in Iran
TEHRAN, March 29: Afghan opposition leader Ismail Khan, who escaped from a Taliban jail in Kandahar on Sunday, has reached safety in Iran, diplomats of the ousted Afghan government still recognized by Tehran told AFP on Wednesday.
UN accuses Taliban of violating immunity
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The United Nations has accused the Taliban of violating UN immunity and formal agreement between Afghanistan and the world body by conducting thorough raids and search at its offices to trace out a key opposition leader Ismail Khan.
CE may visit Afghanistan in 3rd week of April
ISLAMABAD (Online) __ Chief Executive General Pervez Musharraf is expected to pay an official visit to Afghanistan in third week of April for high-level talks with Taliban Supreme Leader Mulla Muhammad Omar on wide-range of issue including terrorism and
As received by AAR from the Information desk of the Embassy of Afghanistan (ISA) in Paris, France
(translated from original French by AAR):
A gathering of Afghan women was held Tuesday in Taloqan, the capital of Takhar province, in northeastern Afghanistan. According to reports reaching Paris, several dozen educated women, including university professors, teacher,
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