Taliban return bodies of two Pakistanis killed in fighting
PESHAWAR, Aug 3 (AFP) - The bodies of two Pakistanis killed while fighting for the ruling Taliban Islamic militia in Afghanistan arrived here Friday, family sources said.
Taliban return bodies of two Pakistanis
From Our Correspondent - The Nation (Pak.)
PESHAWAR – Two youngsters, seems to be activists of religious forces have lost their lives while supporting Taliban in their fighting against the Northern Alliance in Kundoz and Takhar province north of Kabul.
Taliban order conscription in Madaris
F P ReportPESHAWAR: Afghanistan ruling Taliban militia has closed down its country's biggest religious institutions.
Afghan expatriates endorse anti-Taliban movement
By Our Staff Correspondent - DAWN (Pak.)
WASHINGTON, Aug 3: A gathering of Afghan expatriates from several countries, along with officials of the Afghanistan-based United Front (or Northern Alliance), participated in a consultative
Zaeef to brief Omar on talks with Rocca
Fakhar-ur-Rehman - Frontier Post
ISLAMABAD: As the US Assistant Secretary for South Asia left from Islamabad on Friday after concluding her four-day tour of Pakistan, the Afghan Ambassador to Islamabad has also left for Kabul
Russia welcomes UN resolution on Taliban
MOSCOW (Online): Russia has welcomed the latest UN Security Council resolution that will help in monitoring the sanctions against the Taliban.
Pak allowing UN monitors is un-Islamic: Lashkar
SLAMABAD: Pakistan-militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba has asked Islamabad not to allow UN monitors use its soil to conduct "espionage" on Afghanistan's Taliban regime, saying it would
JUI flays UN decision on monitors
PESHAWAR (Online): Protest Day against the deployment of UN observers and United Nations Security Council (UNSC) sanctions against the Taliban was observed through out the province
Fresh UN move for getting strategic goals:Mandukhel
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The new United Nations move regarding sanctions against Afghanistan is aimed at achieving some strategic objectives, a leader of Pukhtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party
Cholera kills 33 in eastern Afghanistan: radio
KABUL, Aug 2 (AFP) - A cholera epidemic has claimed 33 lives in Afghanistan's eastern Paktika province, state-run Radio Shariat reported Thursday.
Two Afghan drugs-runners killed in shoot-out in Tajikistan
DUSHANBE, Aug 3 (AFP) - Two Afghan drugs-runners were killed in a shoot-out with police on the Tajikistan-Afghanistan border as they attempted to carry 11 kilogrammes (24 pounds)
Eight linked to extremist Afghanistan-trained group held under ISA
Kuala Lumpur, Aug 4, IRNA -- Eight men believed to be involved in the activities of an extremist group bent on turning Malaysia into a purist Islamic state have been detained under the Malaysia's
Chinese war games send warning to Muslim separatists
By Calum MacLeod in Kashgar, Xinjiang - 03 August 2001 - The Independent
China's People's Liberation Army began one of its largest ever war games exercises yesterday in the country's restive northwest frontier province of Xinjiang.
Pakistan expels 125 illegal Afghan immigrants
Islamabad, Aug 3 (IRNA) -- Authorities in Pakistan say they have d eported 125 Afghan refugees, who illegally entered Pakistani territory in northern part of the country. Officials in the Pakistani
Afghan jailed for life in Germany over brutal murder
BERLIN, Aug 2 (AFP) - A Berlin court sentenced an Afghan to life imprisonment Thursday for the killing of three Afghan asylum seekers, including a woman who was murdered in front of her four children.
Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah congratulates Khatami on new term
Tehran, Aug 3, IRNA -- Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Abdullah on Thursday night telephoned President Mohammad Khatami to congratulate him over the start of his second four-year term in office
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