Pakistan groups oppose U.N. arms checks on Taliban
By Jack Redden
ISLAMABAD, Aug 26 (Reuters) - A conference spanning the Pakistan political spectrum on Sunday demanded the government block the deployment of U.N. monitors
Religious parties protest against UN monitors
ISLAMABAD (Online): Reacting sharp against the deployment of United Nations (UN) monitors on Taliban ruled Afghanistan, all religious outfits here Sunday staged
10 injured in explosion on Pak-Afghan border
Islamabad, Aug 27, IRNA - At least 10 people have been injured in a powerful explosion in Pakistan's Northern Warizistan Agency bordering Afghanistan, reports reaching here said Monday.
Taliban commit fresh atrocities in Ghore
Islamabad, Aug 25, IRNA - Taliban forces burned more than 1000 houses in Taiwara District, Ghore Province.
Rabbani chairs defence meeting
F P ReportPESHAWAR: Ousted Afghan president, Burhanudin Rabbani headed a defence meeting during his visits to the Parwan and Kapisa provinces and discussed
Western diplomats arrive in Kabul
Monday, 27 August, 2001, 13:57 GMT 14:57 UK BBC News
The diplomats hope to see the detainees on Monday or Tuesday
Western diplomats have arrived in the Afghan capital, Kabul, to visit eight foreign aid workers detained by the Taleban government for allegedly preaching Christianity.
Family, diplomats head to Afghanistan to see detained aid workers
ISLAMABAD, Aug 27 (AFP) - Western diplomats and relatives of foreign aid workers detained in Afghanistan said Monday they had received permission from the Taliban militia
ICRC to meet Taliban authorities on detainees
KABUL, Aug 27 (Reuters) - The International Committee of the Red Cross will meet Taliban officials on Monday to follow up on a visit to foreign aid workers accused
Hikmatyar, Mutawakil oppose Loya Jirga
F P ReportPESHAWAR: Both Gulbudin Hikmatyar, former Afghan Prime Minister and chief of Hizb-e-Islami, Afghanistan and Maulvi Wakil Ahmad Mutawwaki
Taleban website defaced
The site has been changed by a hacker
By the BBC's Kate Clark
A hacker has broken into a pro-Taleban website, just hours after the Taleban banned the use of the internet in Afghanistan.
Shia leaders pledge support to Taliban
KABUL (NNI): The Deputy Administrative Chief of the Council of Ministers, Mulla Muhammad Hassan Akhund met with a former jihadi commander
The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) Rural Engineering Unit
The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) Rural Engineering Unit has deepened another 440 dried out wells in Afghanistan since the end of July.
Locked-up Afghans lured by drug mafia
Syed Anwer - Frontier Post
PESHAWAR: Majority of Afghans languishing in different prisons of NWFP has been arrested on charges of drug smuggling. These imprisoned people
Pak US envoy refutes Chinese missiles to Pakistan charge
Islamabad, Aug. 25, IRNA -- Pakistani Ambassador to the United States, Maleeha Lodhi Friday refuted the charge that China had supplied missile technology to Pakistan in violation of its treaty obligations.
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