Suspicion Centers on Bin Laden
By BARRY SCHWEID
WASHINGTON (AP) - Suspicion immediately centered on Osama bin Laden and the terrorism network he operates out of Afghanistan as U.S. experts probed the deadly attack on an American warship in Yemen.
‘BIN LADEN'S SIGNATURE ALL OVER IT'
Friday,October 13,2000 - By NILES LATHEM - NY Post online
Terror mastermind Osama bin Laden last night emerged as the lead suspect in what officials call an intricately planned and well-orchestrated bombing attack on the USS Cole in Yemen.
Uzbek leader stresses need to deal with Taleban
TASHKENT, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Uzbek President Islam Karimov, in another indication of his softening stance on Afghanistan's ruling militia, has said the Taleban's position must be taken into account to preserve peace in Central Asia.
Afghan Taleban calls Russia threat to Central Asia
KABUL, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Afghanistan's ruling Taleban movement on Thursday described Russia's military presence in Central Asia as a threat to the region.
Deadly disease in Afghan's central highlands identified as malaria
KABUL, Oct 12 (AFP) - A disease which recently killed 15 people in Afghanistan's remote central highlands has been identified as a deadly form of malaria, UN officials said Thursday.
Peace in Afghanistan can only be achieved by talks
DUSHANBE, October 12 (Itar-Tass) - Afghanistan's problem cannot be resolved by force. Peace in that country can only be achieved through the negotiating process and the formation of a coalition
US analysing Chechen rebels' threats to move to Middle East
WASHINGTON, October 12 (Itar-Tass) -- Experts of U.S. Congress have taken seriously the threats of a Chechen warlord to send his militants to the Middle East, Itar-Tass learned on Thursday.
Pakistan wheat export to Afghanistan not yet finalised
ISLAMABAD (October 13) : The export of wheat to Afghanistan is yet to be finalised owing to price issue because the neighbouring Islamic state wants some concession in the prices for purchasing
Pakistan's military regime attacked over 'abuses'
By Ahmed Rashid in Lahore - The Daily Telegraph 10/13
A HUMAN rights organisation condemned Pakistan's military leadership yesterday for attacking civil liberties and not preparing the country for democratic elections.
PPP says Musharraf fails to address real crisis
ISLAMABAD, Oct 12 (NNI): Deputy Coordinator Pakistan Peoples Party Foreign Affairs Committee B A Malik has said that the Chief Executive General Pervez Musharraf in his press conference held in Lahore
Iran-India gas pipeline - The Nation Editorial 10/12
This year's three-day Pakistan Oil and Gas Conference 2000, the first under the present government, has concluded in an environment where the government of the day is probably
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