Pak-Taliban talks conclude
Sanctity of Durand Line to be restored: Moin
From SIKANDER HAYAT - FP
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan has informed the Afghanistan government that no Afghan national would be allowed entry into Pakistan unless he carried “some document” in lieu of passport.
Pakistan Asks Taliban To End Militant Training Camps
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP)--Shaken by a spate of religious killings in recent weeks, Pakistan has asked Afghanistan's Taliban rulers to stop training Pakistani religious militants, Interior Minister Moinuddin Haider said Friday.
Taliban Agrees To Stop Training
By AMIR ZIA
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) - Shaken by a spate of religious killings in recent weeks, Pakistan has asked Afghanistan's Taliban ruling militia to stop training Pakistani religious militants and the Taliban have agreed, Pakistan's interior minister
Pakistan, Taleban agree to firm up Afghan border
By Raja Asghar
ISLAMABAD, May 19 (Reuters) - Pakistan said on Friday it had agreed with Afghanistan's ruling Taleban Islamic movement to restore the integrity of their long common border which has been undermined by the Afghan civil war since the early 1980s.
U.S. gives $500,000 to Afghan drought relief
WASHINGTON, May 19 (Reuters) - The United States is donating $500,000 to emergency drought relief in southern Afghanistan, in response to a U.N. request for $1.8 million from all countries, the State Department said on Friday.
Putin Promises Aid to Central Asia
By ALEXANDER VERSHININ
ASHGABAT, Turkmenistan (AP) - Aiming to tighten Moscow's ties to Central Asia, Russia's president promised Friday to help Uzbekistan fight Islamic extremism and struck a deal with Turkmenistan on natural gas supplies.
Putin, Turkmenistan leader cement ties
By Mike Collett-White
ASHGABAT, May 19 (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks in the ex-Soviet state of Turkmenistan on Friday as he wrapped up a two-day tour to Central Asia to bolster his country's influence.
Pushtoon nationalist party expells leader
Islamabad,May 19, IRNA -- The Pushtoon nationalist party of Pakistan, Awami National Party served a notice on its former President, Ajmal Khattak, asking him to resign or withdraw his statement in support of the military government's
Osama issue did not figure in talks with Pakistan: Taliban
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The spokesman of the visiting Afghan delegation and Afghan ambassador to Pakistan Maulvi Said Muhammad Haqqani has said that the issue of Saudi national Osama bin Laden did not come under discussions in talks
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