Afghan seat at OIC to remain vacant - Frontier Post
Fakhar-ur-Rehman ISLAMABAD - The Afghanistan’s seat in the Organization of Islamic Conference [OIC] will remain vacant till an end to the on-going civil war in that country, diplomatic
Bin Laden in mountain fortress -Afghan opposition
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Osama bin Laden, who evaded a U.S. missile attack two years ago, moved his Afghan headquarters to a heavily defended mountain hideout last week, the opposition to the ruling Afghan Taliban said.
Terrorism Puts Afghans On Defensive
By KATHY GANNON
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - Alerted by the arrival of crates of TV equipment, a neighbor walked in clutching an automatic rifle, his voice choked with rage.
Year of sanctions leaves bin Laden in Afghanistan
By Jack Redden
ISLAMABAD, Nov 14 (Reuters) - One year after U.N. sanctions were imposed to force Afghanistan's ruling Taleban movement to hand over Osama bin Laden, the accused "terrorist"
U.N. asked to put end to Taliban's war mongering
Islamabad, Nov 13, IRNA -- The United Islamic Front of Afghanistan asked the United Nations to put an end to the war mongering policies of the Taliban.
Taliban suggest OIC to monitor Osama activities
DOHA (NNI): Taliban Monday renewed proposal that a team of the Organization of Islamic Conference should set up a monitoring team to ensure that Osama bin Laden is not using
Thousands of Afghans gather at Tajik border
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The Russian border troops in Tajikistan have said that two to three thousand Afghan refugees have gathered at border with Tajikistan owing to fighting in northeastern Afghanistan
Taliban ask UN to set up refugee camps inside Afghanistan - IRNA
Islamabad, Nov 13 - Taliban militia on Monday asked the United Nations to set up refugee camps inside Afghanistan so that the exodus of fresh Afghan refugees to Pakistan is stopped.
Italy, India agree to fight drugs supplies from Afghanistan
ROME, November 13 (Itar-Tass) - Italian Foreign Minister Lamberto Dini held talks in New Delhi on Monday to discuss relations with Russia and China, the situation on the Indian
Sharp decline in polio cases in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Polio cases in war-torn Afghanistan have registered sharp decline.
"There has been sharp decline in polio cases in Afghanistan.
Musharraf seeks OIC support on Kashmir - DAWN
DOHA, Nov 13: The chief executive, Gen Pervez Musharraf, said on Monday that Pakistan had consistently sought a resolution of the Kashmir dispute through dialogue and on the basis of international principles...
Pak-Afghan V-Sat link for air traffic F.P. Bureau Report
ISLAMABAD-A new V-Sat link has recently been established between Pakistan and Afghanistan to channel data and voice communication between Lahore and Karachi in Pakistan and five points in Afghanistan
Refugees at the border - DAWN Editorial
PAKISTAN'S move to close its border with Afghanistan to keep the refugees out has become a highly explosive issue. Islamabad has a point when it says that it cannot cope anymore
Mummy belongs to Iranian dynasty: Italian expert - The News
ROME: An Italian archaeologist, Lorenzo Costantini, on Monday said that the mummy found a month ago in Pakistan was that of an Iranian princess.
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