Kabul airport rocket attack ? BBC - 9/13
The airport in the Afghan capital, Kabul, has been hit in a rocket attack - the first such attack for over a year.
Opposition claims killing 45 Taliban in Baghlan, Salang
ISLAMABAD - The anti-Taliban Northern Alliance has claimed killing 45 Taliban during fighting in Baghlan and Salang. The alliance said it has repulsed Talibanís offensive against Bajga area in Andrab district of Baghlan province.
Afghan Refugees Turned Back
By GREG MYRE
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) - Tajikistan has turned back 5,000 Afghans seeking to cross the river border and escape fighting in their homeland, the Afghan opposition said Wednesday.
Rabbani Calls Taliban "Foreign-backed Occupation Force"
Afghan Leader Asks International Community to Get Serious
By Omar Samad
WASHINGTON, Sept. 12, 2000 ? AAR ? In the midst of what some analysts consider crucial military developments in Afghanistan ? where the Taliban and their foreign supporters are pushing for a decisive victory against their Afghan foes
Humanitarian crisis brewing in northern Afghanistan, aid groups say
September 13, 2000 - CNN/AP
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) -- Heavy fighting has driven up to 150,000 people from their homes in northeast Afghanistan since August, and aid groups said Tuesday a humanitarian crisis is looming in several isolated, mountainous regions.
Humanitarian crisis escalates in Northern Afghanistan
The Nation - 09/12/2000
LAHORE-Without food or shelter, more than 150,000 people are on the move fleeing the advancing Taliban in north- eastern Afghanistan. With few international aid agencies or stockpiles of food in the region, a severe drought and winter fast
Iran for broad-based govt in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (Agencies) - Iran has said that the best solution to the longstanding Afghan conflict is the establishment of a broad based government in Afghanistan, reports Radio Tehran. ìThe best solution, no doubt
ANALYSIS-Cent. Asian conflict about drugs more than faith
By Sebastian Alison
ALMATY, Kazakhstan (Reuters) - A little-noticed war that claimed nine more lives Monday in remote southern mountains in Central Asia has more to do with the lucrative drug trade than with Islamic militancy, observers said Tuesday.
drug control agency helps to block major heroin route from Afghanistan
United Nations, New York, Sept 13, IRNA -- Drug seizures along Tajikistan's border with Afghanistan have quadrupled over the past
Ogata faces crisis talks with Pakistan over refugees - The Nation
ISLAMABAD-The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Sadako Ogata, who is arriving in Islamabad, faces unprecedented problems with the ongoing refugee crisis in Afghanistan, the worsening plight of Afghans
Capsized Afghans were en route to Australia
KUALA LUMPUR: Forty Afghans whose overloaded boat capsized in the strait between Malaysia and Indonesia were headed for Australia, police said on Tuesday.
Non-compliance of security pact
Pakistan lodges protest with Afghan govt
12 September, 2000
ISLAMABAD-Pakistan has lodged a strong protest with the Taliban Government of Afghanistan for not fully implementing the agreements reached between the two countries on various internal and external security
Taliban to figure in Indo-U.S. talks
Tuesday, September 12, 2000
By C. Raja Mohan
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 11. The surging forces of jehad in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and their destabilising impact on the region are expected to
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