UN condemns Taleban repression - BBC
The United Nations Commission on Human Rights has strongly condemned the ruling Taleban in Afghanistan for systematic human rights violations - including mass killings of civilians.
UN body slams human rights in Afghanistan under Taliban
Australian Broad. Corp.
The United Nations Human Rights Commission has adopted a resolution condemning human rights violations in Afghanistan under that country's hardline Islamic regime, the Taliban.
US says no change in Afghan policy despite visit
WASHINGTON, April 18 (AFP) - The United States made clear on Wednesday that it had not changed its policy towards Afghanistan's Taliban rulers, even though US officials
No arms supply to Afghanistan, says Pakistani official
Islamabad, April 19, IRNA--Pakistan Wednesday again rejected the allegations that it is supplying arms to Taliban.
Pak-Afghan border cannot be sealed: UN
By Rahimullah Yusufzai - The News Int. 4/19/01
PESHAWAR: A five-member team of UN experts visited areas close to Pak-Afghan border on Wednesday to observe measures taken by the Pakistan government to implement the UN
Pakistani team may visit Kandahar on Thursday
Islamabad, April 18 (IRNA) -- A Pakistani delegation is likely to visit southern Kandahar on Thursday (April 19) to officially condole the death of Mulla Mohammad Rabbani,
Kazakhstan ready to host Afghan peace talks - U.N.
ALMATY, April 19 (Reuters) - Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev has offered to host talks on ending the conflict in Afghanistan, the United Nations special envoy
Afghans face retrial as case collapses
BY DANIEL MCGRORY - The Times (London) 4/19/01
THE £12 million trial of a group of Afghans accused of staging Britainís longest hijack collapsed yesterday. After more than 40 hours of deliberation an Old Bailey jury failed
Fighting in Afghanistan moves close to Tajik border
DUSHANBE, Apr 18, 2001 (Itar-Tass) -- Fighting between the forces of the Anti-Taliban Northern alliance and the Taliban militia troops went on Tuesday at a distance of three-to-five
Six armed Afghans killed during clashes in eastern Iran
TEHRAN, April 18 (AFP) - Six armed Afghan "bandits" were killed and another injured during clashes with Iranian security forces in the eastern province of Khorassan
Foreign policy rebuffs
Aziz-ud-Din Ahmad - The Nation (Pak.) Opinion 4/19/01
When the Turkish Prime Minister visited New Delhi last year and issued a statement sharing India's concern about cross border terrorism, it was generally seen as another
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