Bin Laden Warns Against U.S. Attack
Tuesday, October 17 5:23 PM SGT
By KATHY GANNON, Associated Press Writer
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) - Suspected terrorist Osama bin Laden on Tuesday warned the United States not to attack his home in Afghanistan, where fears have grown of a retaliatory strike to the Yemen ship bombing that killed 17 Americans.
Bomb explosion rocks police station in Kandahar
Islamabad, Oct 16, IRNA -- Afghan sources said a powerful bomb explosion rocked a Taliban police station in Kandahar city of Afghanistan.
The Road Between Badakhshan and Farkhar Is Opened
Monday, October 16
The road between Badakhshan province and Farkhar valley which had been closed, was again open to traffic today.
Committee: Afghans Hit by Measles
The Associated PressOct 16 2000 6:46PM ET
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) - Thousands of Afghans, fleeing a bitter civil war in northern Afghanistan, have been hit by diseases, including measles and malaria, an international aid group said Monday.
Taliban to unleash a flood of refugees, drugs
By RORY McCARTHY
A sweeping Taliban military offensive across the mountains of northern Afghanistan threatens to spark a refugee crisis and unleash a wave of Islamic insurgency and drug smuggling through central Asia.
Over 8,000 Afghan refugees repatriated from Fars in 6 months
Shiraz, Fars Prov., Oct 16, IRNA -- A total of 8,148 Afghan refugees residing in this southern province returned to their homelan
U.S. Joins Afghan Talks in Moscow
Monday, October 16, 2000 12:20 PM EDT
MOSCOW (AP) -- Undersecretary of State Thomas Pickering arrived in Moscow on Monday for talks on Afghanistan's involvement in international terrorism, officials said
Berlin rally calls for end to interference in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Afghans living in Germany staged a protest rally in Berlin against foreign interference in Afghanistan.
Water & Power Development Authority terms power sale to Afghanistan unfeasible
ISLAMABAD (October 17) : Afghanistan's efforts to purchase electricity from Pakistan have suffered a setback, as Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda) has termed it unfeasible, sources told Business Recorder.
Peace prevails in Takhar: Taliban
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Taliban have claimed that complete peace prevails in northern Afghan province of Takhar as they have foiling the attempts of the opposition Northern Alliance
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