Anti-Taliban warlord Dostum returns to Afghanistan
By Sayed Salahuddin
KABUL, April 7 (Reuters) - General Abdur Rashid Dostum, a top anti-Taliban warlord, returned to war-ravaged Afghanistan on Friday after more than two-and-a-half years of exile and called for an end to fighting. .
EU's Solana meets Masood, urges Afghan dialogue
BRUSSELS, April 6 (Reuters) - European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana called on Friday for "political dialogue" on the future of Afghanistan after talks with Ahmad Shah Masood,
Belgium vows Afghanistan aid, pressure on Pakistan
BRUSSELS, April 7 (Reuters) - Belgian Foreign Minister Louis Michel pledged on Saturday to send more humanitarian aid to Afghanistan and put pressure on Pakistan to stop supporting
Afghan Opposition to Appeal for EU Support
Friday, April 06, 2001 10:10 AM EST
BRUSSELS, Apr 6, 2001 (Xinhua via COMTEX) -- Afghan opposition commander Ahmad Shah Masoud is scheduled to visit the European Union (EU) headquarters on Saturday
France providing weapons to opposition: Taliban
The Times of India
ISLAMABAD: Afghanistan's Taliban rulers on Friday accused France of arming their northern-based opposition, led by ousted defense minister Ahmed Shah Massood who this
Pakistan, Afghan Taliban reject military aid charge
By Raja Asghar
ISLAMABAD, April 6 (Reuters) - Pakistan and Afghanistan's ruling Taliban movement on Friday rejected a renewed Afghan opposition allegation that Islamabad was giving military aid to the Kabul government.
Pakistan says no capacity to accept more Afghan refugees
Friday April 6, 9:51 PM
ISLAMABAD, April 6 (AFP) - Pakistan Friday declared it had exhausted its capacity to accept more Afghan refugees and rejected UN allegations that it was blocking relief assistance
Pakistan urged to take Afghan refugees
Children are reported to be dying at the Jalozai camp
The United Nations has urged Pakistan to reverse a decision not to accept more refugees from neighbouring Pakistan.
Pakistan cultural society closes its office in Kabul
Friday, April 06, 2001 9:54 AM EST
ISLAMABAD, Apr 06, 2001 (Itar-Tass via COMTEX) -- The Pakistan "Society for Safeguarding Afghanistan's Cultural Heritage" has announced the closing of its office in Kabul.
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