Afghan refugees clash with Pakistani police
KARACHI, Aug 2 (Reuters) - At least three people were injured and a dozen arrested in the Pakistani city of Karachi on Thursday when a crowd of Afghan
UNHCR hails breakthrough for Afghan refugees in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, Aug 2 (AFP) - Afghan refugees fleeing drought and war will be screened and given temporary asylum in Pakistan under a "breakthrough"
US envoy rewards Taliban poppy ban
ISLAMABAD, Aug 2 (AFP) - US Assistant Secretary of State Christina Rocca Thursday pledged 1.5 million dollars to help UN drug-control efforts in Afghanistan
US: 'No change in Taleban policy' - BBC
In the highest level meeting since George W Bush became president, the United States has told Afghanistan's Taleban Government to stop its alleged sponsorship of terrorism.
U.S. renews Bin Laden surrender demand to Taliban
by Tahir Ikram
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - The United States Thursday renewed its demand to Afghanistan's Taliban rulers to expel Saudi-born dissident Osama bin Laden
Al-Qaida warns US against attack on Osama - DAWN
ISLAMABAD, Aug 2: The Al-Qaida organization, claimed to be affiliated to Saudi dissident Osama bin Laden, has warned America against launching
Iran sends 2 tons of medical aid to Afghan refugees
Dushanbe, August 3, IRNA -- Iran has sent two tons of medical aid to the Tajik border for distribution among thousands of Afghan refugees in the northern Badakhshan province, an Afghan health
India, France to jointly work against Taliban - FP
NEW DELHI (NNI): India and France have agreed to step up cooperation to counter the threat posed by Afghanistan's Taliban regime to regional security and stability.
Situation for Afghans deteriorating
The Times of Central Asia - Asia, July 31, 2001
ISLAMABAD. For two decades, Iran has been one the most hospitable countries for the successive waves of Afghans fleeing drought and conflict at home.
Pakistan dismisses ex-army chief
Islamabad, Aug 2, IRNA -- Pakistan government has dismissed former army chief Lt Gen Zia-ud-Din from his services for "violating" military discipline, an official statement said Thursday.
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