U.S. and Russia Warn Taliban
MOSCOW (AP) - Russia and the United States warned Afghanistan's ruling Taliban movement to clamp down on terrorist bases, according to a Foreign Ministry statement issued Friday.
Russia threatens Taleban, but wary of war
By Michael Steen
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian officials made veiled threats against Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia Friday, but a top general tempered the rhetoric by warning against sparking violence in former Soviet Central Asia.
Russia promises "measures" to deal with Afghan terror threat
MOSCOW, May 26 (AFP) - Russia will take measures "with its partners" to reduce tensions created by the situation in Afghanistan, Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov said Friday.
No terrorist training camp in Afghanistan: Omar
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The Taliban supreme leader Mulla Muhammad Omar has denied the presence of terrorist training camps in Afghanistan saying those leveling such charges can visit Afghanistan to know the facts and realities.
Pickering calls on Musharraf
Islamabad, May 27, IRNA -- The visiting US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, Thomas Pickering called on the Pakistani Chief Executive, General Parvez Musharraf on Friday.
Zahir Shahs delegation holds talks with UN officials
ISLAMABAD (NNI): A delegation of the former Afghan monarch, Zahir Shah led, by Hidayat Amin Arsalah, held talks with UN officials in New York.
NIFA condemns Russian threat to Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The National Islamic Front of Afghanistan (NIFA) has strongly condemned Russian threats to conduct air strikes against Afghanistan terming it in sharp conflict with universally accepted norms
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