Four killed in Taliban jet attack - The Irish Times
Four civilians were killed and two wounded as jet fighters of Afghanistan's ruling Taliban attacked a key opposition stronghold in the northeastern province of Takhar, opposition officials said today.
Not Pro-U.S. Monarchy, But Genuine Democracy Remedy to Afghan - Crisis: Daily Tehran, May 21, IRNA -- Criticizing Washington for its intentions of changing its puppets in Afghanistan by bringing the former Afghan king Zaher
Sattar to visit US in mid-June
ISLAMABAD (APP)-Foreign Minister Abdul Sattar will visit the United States in mid-June for talks with US Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott on matters of mutual interest, Foreign Office sources said on Saturday.
UN official holds talks with Taliban in Kabul
ISLAMABAD (NNI): United Nations Coordinator for Afghanistan Erick de Mul has returned from Kabul after holding discussions with officials of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
No U-turn on any issue between Pakistan, Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD - The spokesman for the Foreign Office said in a briefing here Saturday afternoon that there is no diversion or 'U' turn on any issue between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Pakistan asks Taliban to hand over Osama to US
News Desk - The News International (Pakistan)
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has asked the Taliban authorities to hand over Osama bin Laden to the United States. This was disclosed by a Foreign Office spokesman in a special briefing given to newsmen here on Saturday.
Escape to Iran was done alone, says Ismail - Dawn
TEHRAN, May 20: Afghan opposition leader Ismail Khan, who escaped from a Taliban jail in Kandahar, says he fled into Iran alone by disguising himself as a member of the militia, according to an account published on Saturday.
Taliban to extradite criminals, says FO - Dawn/By Hasan Akhtar
ISLAMABAD, May 20: Afghanistan has indicated to Pakistan that it would extradite those identified by Islamabad as "the wanted criminals" and assured it that no terrorist camps, if so identified by Pakistan, would be permitted to operate from the
Pakistan to export wheat to Afghanistan - Dawn
ISLAMABAD, May 20: Afghanistan for, the first time, has started wheat import from Pakistan at "the government -to-government" level and the latter has exported 15,000 tons of the commodity, worth about Rs8 million, to its neighbor.
British Muslims seek terror training in US
Electronic Telegraph - by Chris Hastings
ISLAMIC fundamentalists in Britain are applying to train in the use of firearms and explosives at a secret terror training camp in the United States.
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