U.N. accuses Taliban of executing civilians
UNITED NATIONS, Jan 19 (Reuters) - The United Nations accused Afghanistan's Taliban fighters on Friday of killing at least 100 civilians, including humanitarian workers, suspected of supporting their enemies in central Afghanistan.
U.N. Member States Asked to Implement New Sanctions Against Taliban
UNITED NATIONS (Jan. 19) XINHUA - All U.N. member states are requested to take steps to implement further sanctions against Afghanistan's the Taliban, a U.N. spokesman said here Friday.
Pakistan against ostracizing Afghanistan's Taliban
ISLAMABAD, Jan. 20 (Kyodo) - Pakistan said Saturday it would implement a U.N. resolution envisaging additional sanctions on Afghanistan, but it also urged the international community not to ostracize the Taliban government.
'Taliban will continue to host Osama'
By Ismail Khan - The news Int. (Pak.) 1/20/01
PESHAWAR: Afghan Foreign Minister Wakil Ahmad Muttawakil on Friday accused United States of being arrogant and said the Taliban would continue to host
Kabul seals border with Pakistan: Taliban vow to face new curbs - DAWN
PESHAWAR, Jan 19: No immediate reaction was reported from any part of Afghanistan as fresh UN sanctions against the Kabul regime took effect at 10.00am PST on Friday,
Taliban trying to improve relations with Iran: Mutawakkil
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The Afghan Foreign Minister, Wakil Ahmad Mutawakil has said Taliban were trying their level best to promote relations with the Iran.
Pakistan has nothing to do with Osama issue: official
Islamabad, Jan 19, IRNA -- The Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations of Pakistan, Major General Rashid Qureshi on Friday said Osama issue was
Hekmatyar sees no future for Taliban
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Former Afghan Prime Minister and chief of his own faction of Hizb-e-Islami Gulbadin Hekmatyar has said that there is no future for Taliban in Afghanistan.
Afghan leaders, former king, in Rome peace talks
ROME, Jan 19 (AFP) - Italian Foreign Minister Lamberto Dini on Friday told Afghanistan's ex-king Zaher Shah and other exiled Afghan figures that the international
Shia scholar killed - BBC
Police in the Pakistani city of Karachi say a prominent Shia scholar has been murdered.
Officials say the man, Agha Sheikh Mohammad Sultani, was on his way to a mosque when he was attacked by gunmen on a motorbike.
Pakistan encouraged by US remarks: Maleeha
WASHINGTON (APP) - Ambassador of Pakistan Dr Maleeha Lodhi told the ‘Washington Post’ Fridaythat her country was “very encouraged” by statements
Afghan envoy meets US officials, calls for positive approach
Updated on 1/19/2001 9:24:37 AM - Frontier Post (Pak.)
WASHINGTON (Agencies) - An Afghan envoy representing the United Front anti-Taliban regime met with out-going Clinton administration officials in Washington last week
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