Afghanistan's Masood meets Turkmen peace envoy
DAWN - 9/3
DUSHANBE, Sept 2: Top Afghan opposition commander Ahmad Shah Masood met a senior Turkmen government representative on Saturday in what could be a prelude to peace talks with the Taliban.
Turkmen, Afghan officials meet over settlement in Dushanbe
Dushanbe, Sept 3 IRNA-Itar-Tass-ACSNA -- Afghanistan's vice president ahmad shah massoud and the turkmen president's envoy boris
Musharraf supports Turkmen Afghan peace move
Frontier Post - 9/2 - From SIKANDER HAYAT
ISLAMABAD - Chief Executive General Musharraf Friday extended Pakistan’s “full support” to the Turkmen move for peace in Afghanistan, saying the approach underlying the new initiative is pragmatic.
Taliban ban on working women hits hospitals
KABUL, Sept 3 (AFP) - Sick children in Afghanistan's dilapidated hospitals are the latest victims of a clash between the ruling Taliban militia's "Islamic" values and UN principles of humanitarian assistance.
Rabbani spokesman: Taliban cannot rule entire Afghanistan
Islmabad, Sept 2, IRNA -- A Peshawar-based spokesman of Afghan President Burhanuddin Rabbani on Satruday said 'Taliban cannot rule the entire of Afghanistan.' The spokesman,
Afghan tribal personality assassinated in Pakistan
Islamabad, Sept 2, IRNA -- Another Afghan personality was killed in the Pakistani city of Peshwar on Friday night.
Information Minister briefs American press on Chief Executive's visit
NEW YORK (September 3) : Information Minister Jawed Jabbar said on Friday that Pakistan was ready as it had been from the beginning for a dialogue with India on all issues as it sincerely
Jalalabad blast - DAWN editorial - 9/3
FOR the third time in about two months, a Pakistan diplomatic mission in Afghanistan - this time in Jalalabad - has been bombed. In July, unknown terrorists had bombed the Pakistan embassy in Kabul,
Pakistan for assistance to build basic infrastructure in Afghanistan
Islamabad, Sept 1, IRNA -- Pakistan on Friday urged the international donor agencies to provide financial assistance for the rehabilitation
A fight for knowledge
Efforts launched to aid, educate Afghan women
By John Donnelly, Boston Globe Staff, 9/1/2000
WASHINGTON - As American schoolgirls and college women go back to classes this fall, nearly all their counterparts halfway around the world in Afghanistan are staying home, their education forbidden by the ruling Taliban.
The invited VIPs (and a few who can't make it) - Daily Express
About upcoming UN summit for Millenium celebrations in New York.
AIR traffic controllers will be on the lookout for the arrival of Ghana's President, Flight Lieutenant Jerry Rawlings.
|Back to News Archirves of 2000|
Disclaimer: This news site is mostly a compilation of publicly accessible articles on the Web in the form of a link or saved news item. The news articles and commentaries/editorials are protected under international copyright laws. All credit goes to the original respective source(s).