Afghan Gathering Endorses "National Resistance" as Path to Peace, Representative Governance and Reconstruction
By Omar Samad
LONDON, Aug. 1, 2001 - AAR - A large group of Afghan expatriates from several countries, along with officials of the Afghanistan-based United Front resistance, participated in a consultative
Top US policymaker meets Taliban ambassador
ISLAMABAD, Aug 2 (AFP) - Afghanistan's Taliban militia can expect no relief from UN sanctions until it ends its support for terrorism, a top US envoy said Thursday
Pakistan, U.N. sign key deal on Afghan refugees
By Andy Soloman
ISLAMABAD, Aug 2 (Reuters) - Pakistan and the U.N. refugee agency signed a key agreement on Thursday on how to determine the status of an estimated 180,000
Afghan refugees in troubled camp get U.N. food
By Andy Soloman
JALLOZAI CAMP, Pakistan, Aug 1 (Reuters) - The World Food Programme (WFP) on Wednesday began distributing fresh supplies of emergency food aid to thousands
Afghan refugees face asylum test
The United Nations refugee agency and the Pakistani Government have agreed to carry out a mass screening of Afghan refugees to determine which are genuine cases.
Pakistan to cooperate with U.N. monitors on Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD, Aug. 1 (Kyodo) - Pakistan said Wednesday it will cooperate with the stationing of U.N. officials in the country as proposed by the U.N.
Kabul not receiving arms from Pakistan: Muttaqi
Coercive steps not to cow down Taliban - FP
ISLAMABAD (Agencies): Taliban have said that they favour negotiated settlement of all the issues including Osama bin Laden but warned they could not be cowed
More US Help for Afghan Refugees
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia, Christina Rocca, has pledged continued American humanitarian assistance for Afghan refugees in Pakistan.
Pak seizes 349 kg of Afghan heroin: Officials
The Times of India
QUETTA, Pakistan: Pakistani authorities in the southwestern province of Baluchistan said on Wednesday they had seized 349 kg of fine quality heroin
Afghan officials reshuffled at Torkham border
F P ReportPESHAWAR: Afghanistan ruling Taliban have reshuffled the officials at Pak-Afghan border (Torkham), and handed over the responsibilities
Unofficial trade with Kabul stands at $941m
PESHAWAR, Aug 1 - Unofficial trade between Pakistan and Afghanistan has been estimated nearly $941 million during the year 2000-2001, out of the $1,227 million total exports
US to help India monitor Jehadis activities
LAHORE (Online): United States will help India in surfing out the Mujahideen hideouts and to monitor their activities in occupied Kashmir.
Frontier Post editorial 8/2/01
The UN Security Council (UNSC) has established a mechanism for monitoring and enforcing the international sanctions against the Taliban.
Rocca avoids comments on Osama issue
PESHAWAR United States Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia Christina B. Rocca has avoided to comment on the issue of Arab dissident Osama bin Laden
President vows to combat terrorism
From Rana Qaisar - The Nation
ISLAMABAD President General Pervez Musharraf on Wednesday gave a go-ahead signal for launching a vigorous campaign for recovering illegal weapons
Editorial The Nation 8/2/01
THE UN resolution mandating stationing of monitors in Pakistan and other countries bordering Afghanistan to ensure compliance with arms embargo against the Taliban
An exercise in futility
DAWN editorial 8/2/01
Monday's passage of yet another anti-Taliban resolution by the Security Council seems unlikely to achieve its purported aim. Moved by Colombia
The UN monitors
Jang/The News editorial 08/02/01
The UN Security Council's plan to use the services of 20 experts to monitor and help enforce the arms embargo against the Afghanistan government places Pakistan
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