Heavy fighting northeast of Afghanistan
Reports from Afghanistan say that heavy fighting has broken out between rival Afghan factions in the northeastern province of Takhar in areas close to the border with Tajikistan.
U.S. Tells Pakistan to Enforce Taliban Sanctions
Friday, January 12, 2001 12:01 PM EST
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - The United States said on Friday it expected U.N. sanctions against Afghanistan's ruling Taliban movement to be enforced by Pakistan
Taliban ready for talks with US
ISLAMABAD, Jan 12: The Taliban said on Friday they were ready to talk to the incoming Bush administration to improve bilateral relations.
Mutawakkil seeks Iran's support in face of sanctions
Islamabad, Jan 12, IRNA -- Wakil Ahmad Mutawakkil, the Foreign Minister of Taliban, on Friday sought Iran's support as the deadline
Make friends not enemies, Taliban tells US
The Times of India
ISLAMABAD: Afghanistan's Taliban, reviled by the United States for the sanctuary they give to suspected terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden,
Taleban accuses UN of torture
A senior Taleban official, Wakil Ahmad Mutawakel, says the United Nations - which is due to impose new sanctions on Afghanistan next week - is torturing the people of his country.
Taliban not to expel Osama despite sanctions: Mutawakil
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Afghan Foreign Minister Maulvi Wakil Ahmed Mutawakil Friday said Taliban would not expel Osama bin Laden despite the United Nations
Bin Laden free to leave Afghanistan, Taliban says
ISLAMABAD, Jan. 12 (Kyodo) - Taliban Foreign Minister Wakil Ahmad Mutwakkal said Friday that Arab dissident and alleged terrorist Osama bin Laden is free
Taliban do not rule out US attack
Mutawakil flays UN curbs
Frontier Post 1/13/2001 1:19:07 PM
ISLAMABAD - The Afghan government does not rule out another attack on Afghanistan by the United States on the issue of Osama Bin Ladin,
Taliban to extradite Pakistani ‘criminals’: Mutawakil
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Taliban will expel those Pakistanis, wanted for their involvement in ‘terrorism,’ if they are identified inside Afghanistan, Afghan Foreign Minister Maulvi Wakil Ahmed Mutawakil said Friday.
FOCUS: Afghan woman tells of torment, seeks int'l support
TOKYO, Jan. 12 (Kyodo)A woman from Afghanistan who experienced the violent excesses of her country's fundamentalist Islamic regime at first hand and was forced to take
Flow of Afghan refugees into Pakistan jumps three-fold: UNHCR
UN calls emergency meeting of donors
The Daily Star
GENEVA, Jan 12: The flow of Afghan refugees arriving in neighbouring Pakistan has jumped three-fold over the last three days, the office of the UN High
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