Afghanistan's Taleban says foes break polio truce
KABUL, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Afghanistan's ruling Taleban movement accused its opponents on Tuesday of violating a three-day truce agreed to allow a U.N. anti-polio vaccination campaign.
Payam-e Mujahed: Taliban Bombardment Breaks Truce
AAR reports that United Front's anti-Taliban alliance sources said Taliban jet fighters attacked Kalafgan district in Takhar Tuesday, breaking a two-day truce to immunize
Taliban jets bomb Jabal Siraj
ISLAMABAD, Oct 11 (NNI): Taliban's jets have carried out bombing operations against the opposition northern alliance positions in Jablus Seraj town the stronghold of commander Ahmed Shah Masood, reports Radio Tehran.
Taliban jets bomb Jabl-us-Siraj
Islamabad, Oct 10 (IRNA) -- Taliban on Tuesday said that their war planes have bombed military bases of Ahmad Shah Masood's forces in Jabl-us-Siraj town, north of Kabul.
Taliban’s claim about capture of entire Takhar denied
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Harkat-e-Islami Afghanistan has rejected Taliban’s claim about complete capture of Takhar province.
Russia plans to mine Tajik-Afghan border: report
Islamabad, Oct 10, IRNA - A Pakistani news agency, reported on Tuseday that Russia planned to spread mines along the border between Afghanistan and Tajikistan.
Taliban not to allow US to impose laws on Afghanistan: Omar
ISLAMABAD, Oct 11 (NNI): Taliban's supreme leader Mulla Muhammad Omar has declared that they would not allow the White House to impose US laws on Afghanistan.
Russia again warns of Afghan war
ISLAMABAD, Oct 11 (NNI): Russian President Valdimir Putin has warned of the danger of the Afghan war by renewing accusations against the Taliban for supporting terrorism and flourishing drug trade.
Tajikistan takes action ahead of Afghan refugee influx
GENEVA, Oct 10 (AFP) - Tajikistan has put measures into place to prepare for an influx of refugees from Afghanistan, where the latest fighting has uprooted about 150,000 people, the UN refugee agency said here on Tuesday.
Central Asia, Russia Plan Military
By VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV
BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan (AP) - Moving to build new defenses against the threat of militant Islamic movements in Central Asia, Russian President Vladimir Putin and the leaders of five other ex-Soviet republics met
Analysis: Stratfor - Central Asia's Shifting Sands 10/10/00
Uzbek Foreign Minister Abdulaziz Kamilov has announced that his country will open a dialogue with Afghanistan's Taliban regime, according to the English-language Times of Central Asia.
Taliban seek foreign investment
ISLAMABAD, Oct 11 (NNI): Taliban have assured assistance and cooperation to foreign investors in the war-ravaged country.
Analysis-US wants bin Laden, urges religious tolerance By AAMIR SHAH
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Oct. 10 (UPI) -- The United States has urged Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia to expel terrorism-suspect Osama bin Laden and show religious tolerance if it wants international
Turkish delegation visits Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Turkey wants to play a role in restoration of peace in war-ravaged Afghanistan.
The Charge d’ Affairs of the deposed Afghan President Rabbani in Ankara, El Murad Araghun
Taliban greet China
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Taliban have greeted Chinese leadership on the eve of China Independence Day, reports Radio Kabul.
Iran villagers kill five Afghan Bandits -IRNA
TEHRAN, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Villagers have killed five Afghan bandits in Iran's drug infested northeast region, the official IRNA news agency said on Tuesday.
Musharraf spells out six achievements of his Government - DAWN
LAHORE, Oct 10: Chief Executive General Pervez Musharraf spelled out six achievements his government has accomplished at the end of its first year in office, on Tuesday morning.
Musharraf faces tough problems: US - The Nation
"Although we have seen some achievements during his first year in power, however, I believe the record of Gen Pervez Musharraf is so far mixed." These views were expressed by US Assistant Secretary of Stat
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