Afghan Taleban rejects massacre charge by U.N.
KABUL, Jan 21 (Reuters) - The ruling Taleban movement on Sunday rejected a charge by U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan that its forces had executed at least 100 civilians
Massacre of Hundreds of Civilians by Taliban Forces Alleged by Opposition -
Taliban MIG-21 Jet Shot Down North of Kabul
WASHINGTON - Jan. 21, 2001 - AAR - Following a United Nations' report about recent civilian killings by Taliban militia forces in Central Afghanistan,
UN accuses Taleban of massacre - BBC
The UN says the Taleban conducts summary executions
By Kate Clark in Kabul
The United Nations has accused Taleban forces of killing at least 100 civilians in central Afghanistan.
Pakistani regulars aiding Afghan Taleban, Alliance web site says
BBC Monitoring Service - United Kingdom; Jan 19, 2001
Military divisions of the Pakistani army have arrived in the north of the country [Afghanistan] in order to launch fresh operations against the positions of the mojahedin
Afghan refugees face cold, hunger in Pakistan camp
By Tahir Ikram
JALLOZAI, Pakistan, Jan 21 (Reuters) - Anar Gul, an elegant Afghan woman, had no breakfast on a frosty January morning at the sprawling Jallozai camp in Pakistan. Nor did her five children.
Pakistan plans counteract UN sanctions - BBC
The Pakistan government has said it will do its best to mitigate the effects of the new United Nations sanctions imposed on the Taleban administration in Afghanistan.
Pakistan orders closure of Taliban offices
Funds, financial assets of Osama frozen in compliance with UN sanctions on Afghanistan
The News Jang
By Ismail Khan
PESHAWAR: Pakistan has ordered immediate closure of all offices of Taliban and Ariana Airlines besides freezing of funds and other financial assets of Osama bin Laden
Pakistan urges Taliban to pursue peace process despite curbs
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Pakistan Saturday asked Afghanistan ruling Taliban to pursue peace process despite the UN sanctions, which has caused anger among the people in the war-shattered country.
US urges Pakistan to review Afghan policy
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The United States has urged Pakistan to review its policy on Taliban and Afghanistan saying Washington would not rest unless bin Laden is brought to justice.
Taliban hint at talks with Bush administration on Osama
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Afghanistan ruling Taliban Saturday hinted at initiation of dialogue with the new American administration on host of issues including Osama bin Laden.
Sanctions against Taliban an eye opener for Muslims
MUZAFFARABAD (NNI): Speaker Azad Kashmir Legislative Assembly, Chaudhary Abdul Majeed has said that sanctions against Afghanistan after Iraq should serve eye opener for the Muslims.
Afghan currency plunges to all-time low
The News: Jang
KABUL: Afghanistan's currency on Saturday plunged to an all-time low a day after tough UN sanctions took effect on the expiry of a deadline for the Taliban
Moin’s visit to Kabul next week
Peshawar - A high-level Pakistani delegation headed by Interior Minister Moinuddin Haider is scheduled to leave for Kabul next week to discuss wide
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