AAR Editors' Note - 02/02/2001:
We feel compelled to start this news bulletin with an Afghan viewpoint. What you are about to read in the first news report following this note the freezing to death of about 500 Afghans - is a shocking and dark testament to the utter failure of all of those
UN. reports 480 deaths among Afghan refugees
GENEVA, Feb 2 (Reuters) - At least 480 Afghan refugees, including 220 children, have frozen to death this week, a United Nations agency said on Friday.
Afghan children at risk in freezing nights-UNICEF
ISLAMABAD, Feb 1 (Reuters) - The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said on Thursday children in war-torn Afghanistan were at great risk
Taliban preparing for major attack: Opp
KABUL (AFP) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia is preparing a major counter-attack against opposition forces to recapture the key central town of Yakawlang,
Afghanistan: UN continues talks to revive dialogue, help displaced
Tehran, Feb 1, IRNA -- As the United Nations envoy for Afghanistan pursued his diplomatic efforts to revive the dialogue between the
UN to Help Demining in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (Feb. 2) XINHUA - The European Union (EU) is to provide support to demining program in war-torn Afghanistan.
Russia, other states can stop bloodshed in Afghanistan -view
MOSCOW, February 1 (Itar-Tass) - The efforts taken by Russia and other countries under U.N. Security Council resolutions on the Taleban movement
Report says terrorism threats persist
UPI, Thu 1 Feb 2001 - The new millennium has brought with it some old problems involving domestic and international terrorist threats, a new think tank study says.
Afghan refugees - the face of Pakistan's troubled future
No need to go to the Malakand Agency or Maulana Samiul Haq's famed redoubt in Akora Khattak to look at the future. The future is all around us,
US Senator Brown meets Musharraf
ISLAMABAD (AFP) - Former United States Senator Hank Brown, known for his strong support for Pakistan, called on General Pervez Musharraf Thursday, officials said.
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