Afghan refugees killed in Tajikistan-Russian source
DUSHANBE, Nov 27 (Reuters) - An unknown number of refugees fleeing fighting in Afghanistan were killed and wounded in overnight shooting in southern Tajikistan,
Turkmenistan to supply electricity to Afghanistan
KABUL, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Officials in Afghanistan's ruling Taleban movement said on Monday Turkmenistan has launched a project to supply power, the first neighbour to invest in the war-battered country.
Afghan General's Claims Disputed
Taliban Accused of Collusion with Communist Elements
WASHINGTON - Nov. 27, 2000 - AAR - Afghan United Front alliance representatives disputed several claims made last week by a former Afghan army general
Taliban ask UN to reconsider sanctions
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Taliban have urged the United Nations to reconsider its decision of imposing sanctions on Afghanistan saying curbs are no solution to the problems.
UN sanctions create problems to Afghans in health sector
ISLAMABAD (NNI): UN sanctions have begun casting adverse impacts on the war ravaged Afghanistan particularly in health sector.
EC official seeks international aid to ease Afghans repatriation
Mashhad, Nov 26, IRNA -- The European Commission's Director General for Foreign Relations Alan Waddams called here Sunday on international entities to help and facilitate repatriation of Afghan refugees
Indo-Russian collusion against Taliban
Air Marshal (Retd) Ayaz Ahmad Khan - Frontier Post 11/27 Opinion
My prediction that strategic partnership between Russia and India onOctober 03 in New Delhi will disturb regional peace and create fear and insecurity in neighbouring countries is coming true.
Iran waiting for Pakistan's permission to identify mummy
Tehran, Nov 27, IRNA -- Iran is still waiting for Pakistan's permission to send experts to that country in order to establish the identity of an ancient mummy recently discovered in the Pakistani
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