U.S. flies emergency aid to Afghanistan, Pakistan
WASHINGTON, Feb 6 (Reuters) - The United States said on Tuesday it would airlift tents and blankets to Afghanistan and Pakistan to help refugees
US emergency Afghan airlift
The United States has begun airlifting emergency supplies to thousands of Afghan refugees who are living in desperate conditions in camps
Afghan Taliban thank US for emergency aid
PESHAWAR, Pakistan, Feb 7 (AFP) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia had rare words of praise for the United States Wednesday as emergency
U.N. seeks tents, blankets for freezing Afghans
GENEVA (Reuters) - The United Nations appealed Tuesday for tents, blankets and warm clothing for up to 100,000 displaced Afghans in the city of Herat.
Pakistan minister in Afghanistan
The Pakistan Interior Minister, Moinuddin Haider, has arrived in Kabul for the highest level Pakistani visit to Afghanistan since the military coup in Islamabad
30,000 Basijis stationed in eastern borders
Tehran, Feb 6 (IRNA) -- Some 30,000 volunteer Basij forces have been stationed in the country's eastern borders, press reports said on Tuesday.
Three Islamabad-based Western envoys leave for Afghanistan
Islamabad, Feb 6 (IRNA) -- Ambassadors of Switzerland and Germany and the High Commissioner of Candada to Pakistan, left Islamabad for Afghanistan on Tuesday.
Taliban fighters 'massacre 300 Shia Muslims'
By Ahmed Rashid in Islamabad - The Daily Telegraph
AT least 300 people were massacred by Taliban forces last month when they re-took a remote area in central Afghanistan inhabited by Shia Muslim Afghans
Mystery man testifies in Bin Laden trial
Michael Ellison in New York, February 7, 2001 - The Guardian
A secret witness testified yesterday about his dealings with Osama bin Laden, the fugitive Saudi Arabian millionaire and terrorist who is said to have organised
Fundamentalists Stage Violence to Achieve Evil Designs: Bangladeshi FM
DHAKA (Feb. 6) XINHUA - Bangladeshi Foreign Minister Abdus Samad Azad Tuesday briefed ambassadors of the Muslim countries on violent incidents
Namangani's Foray Causes Concern Among Central Asian Governments
by Ahmed Rashid: 2/5/01 - EURASIANET
Juma Namangani and about 250 of his Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) fighters have been airlifted by Russian and Tajik military helicopters back
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