Pakistan deports hundreds of Afghan refugees
PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - Authorities in northwestern Pakistan pushed hundreds of Afghans back into their country Thursday in a crackdown against what they called "unregistered refugees."
Pakistan asks banks to freeze bin Laden's assets
By Aamir Ashraf
KARACHI, Pakistan (Reuters) - Pakistan has asked banks to freeze any assets linked to U.S. terrorism suspect Osama bin Laden, as part of fresh U.N. sanctions against the Taliban
Pakistan promises to hunt, deport Uzbek rebels
ISLAMABAD, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Pakistan assured Uzbekistan on Thursday of its unstinted cooperation in tracking down any Uzbek Islamic rebels who may be operating from Pakistani territory.
Afghan Envoy Calls Anti-Taliban Resistance a Reality,
Urges US Support
US Congressman Calls for Action and Unity to Oust Taliban
By Omar Samad
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24, 2001 - AAR - In a Capitol Hill room full of current and former American officials and congressional staffers interested in the ongoing Afghanistan crisis,
Bomb blasts show security loopholes in Kabul
ISLAMABAD, Jan 25 (NNI): The series of bomb blasts in the Afghan capital, Kabul shows security lapses on the part of the ruling Taliban.
Afghanistan hotbed of terrorism
Frontier Post 1/25/2001
Saudi Arabia (Agencies) - Afghanistan, which was the centre of worldattention during cold war, seems to have become one of the most isolated countries in the world.
Anti-UN protests in Pakistan
The protesters raised slogans against the US and UN
Islamic protesters have held rallys across Pakistan to condemn UN sanctions against Afghanistan.
Afghan Defence Council team visits embassies to seek support against UN
curbs F.P. Report Updated on 1/26/2001
ISLAMABAD - A twelve members of the Afghan Defence Council (ADC), headed by Moulana Sami ul Haq visited several embassies in Islamabad on Thursday and sought their
Donation for Afghans handed
Syed Bukhar Shah - Frontier Post 1/26/2001
PESHAWAR - "The sanctions against Taliban have once again awakened the Muslims against America and anti Islamic forces and we reiterate to resist these powers throughout the world".
Resist Taliban, Rabbani tells commanders
F.P. Report Updated on 1/26/2001
PESHAWAR- The ousted Afghan president, Professor Burhanuddin Rabbani visited Panjsher, Parwan and Kapisa province and held meetings with all opposition commanders
Agha Shahi fear attack on Pak N-installations
The Nation 1/26/01
ISLAMABAD Former Foreign Secretary Aga Shahi on Thursday said an impression was being created in the West that fundamentalist forces were gaining strength
Ending Afghan war not US priority
NEW YORK ó Catching Osama is the No. 1 item for US foreign policy. Ending the war doesn't even feature on the top 10 of American foreign-policy interests
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