Former President Denounces Pakistani Military Interference in Afghanistan
Analysts Agree on Pakistani Policy as Main Cause of Afghan Crisis
By Omar Samad
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11, 2001 ñ AAR Former Afghan President Sibghatullah Mojadidi said that the year 2000 saw a sharp escalation in Pakistanís ìdirect military interferenceî
WFP to feed 60,000 Afghan refugees, warns of famine
Thursday, January 11 8:02 PM SGT
ISLAMABAD, Jan 11 (AFP) - The World Food Programme (WFP) on Thursday said it would help feed some 60,000 newly arrived Afghan refugees in Pakistan but warned of famine if Afghanistan's cruel drought ruins the next harvest.
200 to 250 Afghans daily arriving in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The United Nations Refugees Agency (UNHCR) has said Afghan refugees continue to arrive in Pakistan at the rate of 200 to 250 a day.
UN urges help for grass-eating Afghan refugees
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JALLOZAI, Pakistan: UN refugee officials appealed for urgent donor aid on Wednesday to help save the lives of thousands of Afghan refugees pouring into Pakistan, some of whom had been reduced to eating grass.
Freezing temperature kills 18 Afghan refugees' children
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Freezing temperature in the North West Frontier Province has killed eighteen Afghan refugees children in Jalozai refugees camp located 25 kilometers south-east of Peshawar city during past three days, sources said.
Iran to send aid to stranded Afghans
Thursday, 11 January, 2001
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Iran will soon send essential commodities including blankets, flour and ghee to the Afghan refugees stranded at Tajik-Afghan border.
Boxing should be globally banned: Afghan militia
Thursday, January 11 6:06 PM SGT
KABUL, Jan 11 (AFP) - Afghanistan's Taliban Sports Minister Mawlawi Qalamuddin on Thursday called for an immediate global ban on boxing as a hazardous sport.
Kabul to host peace seminar in March
PESHAWAR- The Swiss government with collaboration of Afghan NGOs Co-ordination Bureau will hold a peace seminar at Kabul in March under the topic, ìAfghans participation in peace process and reconstruction of the countryî.
Medicines sans Frontiers completes nutrition survey in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Medicines sans Frontiers (MSF) Belgium has just finished a nutrition and mortality survey in remote villages of south and southeast of Qaiser district in southern Faryab Province, Afghanistan. the survey in
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