US to airlift emergency supplies to Afghans as famine looms
Wednesday, February 7 2:00 AM SGT
ISLAMABAD, Feb 6 (AFP) - The United States said Tuesday it would airlift emergency supplies to Afghanistan this week as the World Bank warned
Taliban denies offer to swap bin Laden for int'l recognition
ISLAMABAD, Feb. 6 (Kyodo) - Afghan Foreign Minister Abdul Wakil Mutwakkal denied reports Tuesday the Taliban government was willing to
Afghan Taleban says won't surrender bin Laden
ISLAMABAD, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Afghanistan's ruling Taleban movement said on Tuesday it would continue to give sanctuary to Saudi dissident Osama bin Laden,
Afghan Envoy Skeptical About Taliban Deal on Bin Laden
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6, 2001 – AAR – An Afghan envoy representing the United Nations-recognized Islamic State of Afghanistan anti-Taliban alliance
UN rights envoy seeks inquiry into Taleban killings
GENEVA, Feb 6 (Reuters) - The United Nations human rights investigator for Afghanistan has called for an investigation into reports that Taleban
Eyewitnesses Give Grim Account of Civilian Massacres by Taliban
by Omar Samad
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5, 2001 - AAR - Unlike previous occasions, this time around, the bad news first came from the United Nations' Secretary-General himself.
Special Rapporteur on Afghanistan appeals to
Afghan parties to refrain from resumption of hostilities
Source: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights - Date: February 5, 2001
The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Afghanistan, Kamal Hossain, has appealed to Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad
Afghans sans papers to be deported
NWFP Home Secretary Syed Mazhar Ali Shah has said those Afghan refugees who do not have proper documents are being deported to Afghanistan.
Afghan refugees dying for help
The UN says a humanitarian disaster is looming - BBC
Ambassadors from Germany, Switzerland and Canada are seeing at first hand the worsening plight of hundreds of thousands of refugees in Afghanistan.
Haider has "open agenda" for Kabul talks
Karachi, Feb 6 (ANI): Pakistan's Interior Minister Moinuddin Haider said on Monday "there would be an open agenda during his visit to Afghanistan
RF, Tajik defence ministers discuss military cooperation
MOSCOW, February 5 (Itar-Tass) - The defence ministers of Russia and Tajikistan met on Monday to discuss military cooperation between the two countries.
Ex-associate of bin Laden may appear at US trial: prosecution
NEW YORK, Feb 6 (AFP) - A former associate of Osama bin Laden is to appear as a witness in the trial of four men accused in the 1998 bombings
Extremists Said to Be Scrambling Messages on Web
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Muslim extremists, including Saudi dissident Osama bin Laden, are posting encrypted -- or scrambled
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