Yemen links bin Laden to Cole bombing, seeks proof
DUBAI, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Yemen's Prime Minister said investigators have concluded that Saudi exile Osama bin Laden was at least indirectly involved in the bombing of the U.S.
Multinational offensive against Taliban likely
NEW DELHI (NNI): With fighters of Ahmed Shah Masoud in the vanguard, a multinational counter-offensive is likely to be launched against Taliban troops in northern Afghanistan, media reported on Friday.
India to develop antiterrorist cooperation with Russia
NEW DELHI, November 25 (Itar-Tass) - India will develop cooperation with Russia in counteracting the threat of international terrorism, religious fundamentalism and extremism
Pakistan for regional strategy to deal poppy problem in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Pakistan Friday floated an idea of regional arrangement to help the poppy growers in the war-ravaged Afghanistan to substitute opium poppy with other crops, officials said.
Concern about Afghan refugee children - BBC
Reports from Pakistan say that there is growing concern about the plight of Afghan children at a refugee camp near the border town of Peshawar.
UNHCR urges Pakistan to accept fleeing Afghans - Times of India
GENEVA: The UN refugee agency, UNHCR, has appealed to Pakistan to reopen its border to Afghan refugees fleeing fighting in the north east of the country, the United Nations body said on Friday.
Afghans holed up in Pakistani camp - BBC
Up to 30,000 refugees have arrived in the past month
By Susannah Price in Islamabad
The United Nations says it is extremely concerned about the plight of 16,000 Afghan refugees who have been found sheltering at a former refugee camp inside Pakistan.
India, Iran abandon plan for gas pipeline via Pakistan ?
NEW DELHI (NNI): India and Iran have virtually abandoned the proposal for laying overland pipeline through Pakistan and decided to conduct technical study for deep sea route to bring gas to India.
Afghanistan joins tug-of-war over ancient mummy
By Sayed Salahuddin
KABUL, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Some 2,500 years after she died, a member of ancient Iran's aristocracy is at the centre of a three-nation tug-of-war.
Taliban should work for national unity - Frontier post Editorial 11/25/00
Anyone ready and able to speak on behalf of the Taliban regime in Kabulis welcome because little of any meaning filters through their own stern system.
EU team's talks with Musharraf 'frank, honest'
Islamabad | By Zulfikar Raja | 25-11-00 Gulf News
The European Union (EU) has categorically told the government here that it will be seriously disappointed if the military authorities in Pakistan do not hold provincial and general elections
Do we need Madaris?
Frontier Post Article
There are things we wish to change but there are things we have toretain.
Till the end of Afghan war Russia was not only a balancer in world power politics but also a contender and a challenger to the dream of the west for dominating the Globe.
The children of war
Rasul Bakhsh Rais
The News: Jang (Opinion)
The war in Afghanistan beginning with the Soviet intervention to the latest phase of battles between the Taliban regime and the Northern Alliance has left no family in the country unaffected.
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