Taliban Prime Minister Rabbani dies
ISLAMABAD, April 16 (Kyodo) - Mohammad Rabbani, prime minister and head of the Inner Shura -- advisory council -- of the Taliban government of Afghanistan, died after a protracted
Taliban deputy dies in Pakistan, flown home
By Sayed Salahuddin
KABUL, April 16 (Reuters) - The body of the deputy leader of the ruling Taliban, Mullah Mohammad Rabbani, was flown back to Afghanistan after he died on Monday in a Pakistani military hospital.
Senior Taleban leader dies - BBC
A powerful leader of Afghanistan's ruling Taleban movement, Mullah Mohammad Rabbani, has died of liver cancer. Senior Taleban officials said
Taleban arms embargo in focus
BBC News Monday, 16 April, 2001, 14:34 GMT 15:34 UK
The UN wants to cut off the Taleban's arms supply
By Kate Clark in Islamabad
A committee of United Nations experts is in Pakistan to scrutinise the arms embargo against the Taleban in neighbouring Afghanistan.
Expelled Pakistani diplomat leaves Nepal
The Pakistani diplomat expelled from Nepal for possession of explosives has the left the country. Muhammad Arshad Cheema was taken to Kathmandu airport by police.
PAMIRS OFFER IMU SECURE BASE
Ahmed Rashid: 4/10/01 - Eurasianet
For the past nine years Juma Namangani, the military leader of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU)
Afghan Physician and Political Activist in US Dies
By Omar Samad
WASHINGTON, April 15, 2001 - AAR - A renowned Afghan-born Physician and political activist, Dr. Irfan Fetrat, died of a heart attack Saturday while delivering a speech about the situation
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