Taleban hang four in public - BBC
Four men convicted of setting off bombs in the Afghanistan capital, Kabul, have been publicly hanged from steel cranes next to the city's presidential palace. A total of 13 people were arrested for
Taliban hangs Afghan bombers, displays bodies
KABUL, Aug 8 (Reuters) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban movement on Wednesday publicly hanged four men convicted of setting off bombs in the capital and strung their bodies from cranes and a traffic tower in Kabul.
Taliban say evidence mounts against aid workers
By Sayed Salahuddin
KABUL, Aug 8 (Reuters) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban, holding 24 aid workers on charges of promoting Christianity, said on Wednesday they had seized hauls of Christian material and had previously
Diplomats pressure Taliban to grant access to detained foreigners
ISLAMABAD, Aug 8 (AFP) - American, Australian and German diplomats have stepped up pressure on Afghanistan's Taliban militia to visit eight aid workers detained for preaching Christianity
Taliban say thousands of Christian tapes found
KABUL, Aug 8 (Reuters) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban, holding 24 aid workers on charges of promoting Christianity, said on Wednesday they had recovered thousands of Christian video
UN takes up issue of arrested aid workers with Taliban
Islamabad, Aug 7, IRNA - The United Nations has took up the matter of arrest of 24 humanitarian aid workers of an international NGO with Taliban officials and conveyed its serious concern over it.
US warns Taliban on aid workers
WASHINGTON, Aug 7 (AFP) - The United States warned Afghanistan's Taliban rule rs on Tuesday to ensure the safety of two Americans among eight foreigners arrested in Kabul and charged
French Delegation Visits Parwan Province
August 3: A Three-member French team has recently visited Parwan Province to assess the humanitarian situation there. The team included Madame Nelson, a member of the French Green Party
Afghan Defence Council meets tomorrow
ISLAMABAD (SANA): The religious parties have convened a meeting of the Afghan Defence Council in Islamabad on August 9 to evolve a joint strategy against the deployment of UN observers
Registration of Afghan refugees continues
Islamabad, Aug 7, IRNA -The first phase of the joint United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the Pakistan government screening program continued for the second day on Tuesday.
Japan pledge humanitarian assistance for Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (Office of the UN Co-ordinator for Afghanistan) 8 August, 2001 - The government of Japan made a contribution of $410,000 to the Poverty Eradication and Community Empowerment (P.E.A.C.E)
Rocca's inconclusive visit
Editorial Frontier Post
US Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia, Christina Rocca came and went, leaving us none the wiser as to Washington's intentions vis-à-vis the 'new' relationship to be forged with Pakistan
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