Taleban 'destroy' priceless art
By Kate Clark in Kabul - BBC
Reports in Kabul say senior Taleban have destroyed more than a dozen ancient statues in the National Museum of Afghanistan.
Senior UN official to assess situation in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD, Feb. 12 (Kyodo) - The United Nations Under-Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs Kenzo Oshima arrived in Islamabad on Monday for a five-day
Hundreds riot in Pakistan - South Nexus
QUETTA, Feb 12: Paramilitary police patrolled the dusty streets of Quetta, Pakistan on Sunday after riots between rival ethnic groups in the southwestern city.
Intelligence Officials Believe Future Strike by bin Laden Could Happen at Any Time; bin Laden's Group is Trying to Forge Ties with Hizbullah, Hamas And Palestinian Islamic Jihad
Interview: Pakistani Gen. Pervez Musharraf
NEW YORK, Feb. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Pakistan's leader General Pervez Musharraf tells Newsweek International that he is "prepared" to talk to Indian leaders to ease
CIA, FBI hope for Russian help in catching bin Laden
NEW YORK, February 12 (Itar-Tass) - The Central Intelligence Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation hope that the Russian Federal Security Service will help
Bin Laden's terrorists secretly penetrating West
NEW DELHI, February 12 (Itar-Tass) - It has been established that international terrorist Osama bin Laden, who is hiding from trial in Afghanistan, is connected with the penetration of Islamic militants
PAKISTAN TO REGULATE ITS TRADE WITH AFGHANISTAN
ISLAMABAD, Feb 12, 2001 (AsiaPulse via COMTEX) -- The government has decided to regulate trade with Afghanistan in the light of mutually agreed international trade rules, it is learnt.
111 Illegal Afghan Immigrants Arrested in Northern Iran
TEHRAN, February 11 (Xinhuanet) -- Iran's police have arrested 111 illegal Afghan immigrants who had entered the country's northeastern province of Khorasan bordering
Pressure building in Taliban to expel bin Laden
UPI, Sun 11 Feb 2001
Pressure appears to be building on Afghanistan's Taliban rulers to expel Osama bin Laden. On Sunday government officials said they were willing to consider proposals
Facing the Afghan realities
By Dr Maqbool Ahmad Bhatty DAWN
ONE hopes that the recent snowfall in Afghanistan, ending a long drought, would have something similar on the diplomatic front. So far, the international community
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