Opposition forces attack Taliban in northeastern Afghanistan
The news Int 01/24/01
KABUL: Afghan opposition forces in a pre-dawn attack on the Taliban troops on Wednesday captured several villages around key district of Khwajaghar in northeastern Takhar province, resistance officials said.
Taliban kill 650 villagers
Zahedan, Iran, Jan 23, IRNA -- Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia have massacred 650 civilians in the village of Yakawlang in their new wave of attacks, Afghan Islamic Unity Party News Agency said Tuesday. In a fax
Afghanistan -- summary execution of civilians in Yakaolang
JAN 23, 2001, M2 Communications - Amnesty International today condemned the summary execution of scores of Afgan civilians by Taleban forces after their capture of the district of Yakaolang
Taleban Massacre Over 500 People in Yakawlang
Taleban fighters killed 507 people when they recaptured Yakawalng. In an interview with Voice of America, the political chief of Hezb-e-Wahdat, H. Mohammad Muhaqqeq,
100 Taliban killed: Rivals - Frontier post
ISLAMABAD (NNI) - The Afghan opposition has claimed killing 100 Talibanfighters and capturing huge quantity of ammunition in the recent fighting in central Afghanistan.
Loya Jirga in six months
ISLAMABAD - The former Afghan monarch ,Zahir Shah has expressed the hope that the Loya Jirga would be held inside Afghanistan within the next six months.
Taliban fear uprising
Fakhar-ur-Rehman - Frontier post
ISLAMABAD - After imposition of new UN sanctions, Taliban have taken a number of measures to tighten the internal security amid intelligence reports about a possible uprising
India, UK vow to implement UN sanctions against Afghanistan
NEW DELHI, Jan 24: India and the UK vowed to implement the UN resolution seeking imposition of sanctions against Taliban-controlled Afghanistan even as Britain supported
Iranian police kills seven Afghan bandits
TEHRAN, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Iranian security forces have killed nine Afghan bandits, seizing weapons and drugs in two clashes near the Afghanistan border, state television said on Wednesday.
Taliban ready for talks on Osama issue
By Raja Zulfikar The news Int
ISLAMABAD: The Taliban government wants to reach a negotiated settlement of Osama bin Laden issue and has offered its readiness to discuss the matter with Washington or any other party
Analysis: Sanctions impact on Taliban doubtful
By JOHN C.K. DALY
WASHINGTON, Jan 22 (UPI) -- U.N. Security Council sanctions resolutions Tuesday entered into force against Afghanistan. The leader of the ruling Taliban movement, Mulla Mohammad Omar
Islamic threat in Russia is a delusion, scholars say
MOSCOW, January 23 (Itar-Tass) - A discussion on Islam's role in Russia and in contemporary world was held at the Izvestia newspaper press centre on Tuesday. It was attended by Russian
Afghan Minister in Charge of Foreign Affairs
in Washington to Discuss Terrorism, Taliban, Sanctions, Human Rights, Aid
Source: U.S. Newswire - News Advisory:
Last week, Gen. Colin Powell, the U.S. Secretary of State, during his Senate confirmation panel, in reply to a question by Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) about the treatment of women
Pakistan stands by people of Afghanistan
FP editorial 1/23/01
Quite as expected, the government of Pakistan has announced that as faras possible within the parameters of the United Nations sanctions slapped on the Taliban regime in Afghanistan
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