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 ñ Former Afghan President Sibghatullah Mojadidi said that the year 2000 saw a sharp escalation in Pakistanís ìdirect military interferenceî
UN calls emergency meeting of donors to Afghanistan
Friday, January 12 7:05 PM SGT
ISLAMABAD, Jan 12 (AFP) - UN Coordinator for Afghanistan Eric de Mul has called an emergency meeting of donors and asked for an immediate response
Afghans must work harder to weather UN sanctions: Mutawakel
Friday, January 12 3:20 PM SGT
ISLAMABAD, Jan 12 (AFP) - Afghan Foreign Minister Wakil Ahmad Mutawakel said Friday the impoverished Afghan people had been asked to work
Starving Afghan refugees receive aid from Iran
Friday, January 12 6:47 PM SGT
KUNDUZ REFUGEE CAMP, Afghanistan, Jan 12 (AFP) - Some 13,000 refugees, huddled in a makeshift camp on the Afghan-Tajik border
Afghan refugees' unending plight
By Pam O'Toole
Over 20 years after conflict first broke out in their country, Afghans remain the biggest single refugee group in the world. More than 2.6 million of them
Thousands of hungry Afghan refugees huddle near Tajik-Afghan border
Friday, January 12 12:31 PM SGT
KUNDUZ REFUGEE CAMP, Afghanistan, Jan 12 (AFP) - Hunger, disease and cold greet thousands who fled the intensifying warfare in Afghanistan to the island refuge on the Pyandzh River.
Afghan FM rushes to Pakistan for talks on curbs
US faces regional media today
ISLAMABAD - Taliban Foreign Minister Maulvi Wakil Ahmed Mutawakil arrived here on Thursday for talks with Pakistani officials on the UN Security Council¹s sanctions.
Afghan Foreign Minister arrives for talks on sanctions
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Afghan Foreign Minister Maulvi Wakil Ahmed Mutawakil has arrived in Islamabad for talks with Pakistani officials on the UN Security Council's sanctions.
Afghan refugees prefer to stay at their homeland
Friday, January 12, 2001 3:42 AM EST
DZHANGALI TURPI, Afghan refugee camp, January 12 (Itar-Tass) - Afghan refugees, sheltering from Taliban fighters in the insular zone of the border Pyandzh river,
New spurt of Afghan refugees comes to Pyandzh islands
Friday, January 12, 2001 2:54 AM EST
PYANDZH BORDER DETACHMENT, Tajikistan, January 12 (Itar-Tass) - Clashes between forces of the Northern Alliance and detachments of the Taliban
Sanctions on Taliban a declaration of war against Muslims: Sami
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Chief of his own faction of Jamiatul Ulema-e-Islam, Maulana Samiul Haq has said that new sanctions by UN against Taliban are a declaration of war against Islam.
Taliban FM Stands for Negotiated Settlement of Osama Issue
Friday, January 12, 2001 5:45 AM EST
ISLAMABAD (Jan. 12) XINHUA - Afghan Taliban Foreign Minister Wakil Ahmed Mutawakil said Friday that the militia had no intent to expel Osama bin Laden
Bin Laden stars at Afghan wedding of the year
The Guardian UK
Thursday January 11, 2001
Afghanistan's social event of the year was no match for the wedding of Madonna and Guy or Posh and Becks. But the atmosphere was as jolly as it ever gets in Kandahar.
Inside the world of bin Laden
Meetings in Khartoum: Toronto man who worked for terrorist depicts cheapskate
National Post Online
A Toronto convenience store clerk accused of terrorism admits in court documents that he once worked for Osama bin Laden, the world's most wanted international terrorist,
150-year-old, but still in good health
Syed Bukhar Shah
PESHAWAR - He has gone to attend a funeral procession in his locality. We had gone there to have a chat with him when we heard that he was about 150.
96 Afghans deported from Gulf states
PESHAWAR, Jan 11: A total of 96 Afghan nationals arrived at Peshawar after they were deported from Gulf countries on Thursday, according to official sources.
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