Fighting in Parts of Ghor and Herat Provinces
Washington, 01/28/2001 - AAR - United Front 's Payam-e Mujahed news agency reported Sunday that more than 80 villages were captured by anti-Taliban forces
Taleban bar press from 'massacre site'
The Taleban are accused of massacring civilians
BBC By Kate Clark in Kabul
The Taleban authorities in Afghanistan have banned journalists from going to Yakawlang in the centre of the country. The United Nations and human rights groups
Taliban reject talks under UN auspices
Fakhar-ur-Rehman Frontier Post
ISLAMABAD - The Taliban have accepted the talks offer by Uzbekistan but would boycott it if it was arranged under the UN auspices, the Taliban sources confided to the Frontier Post on Saturday.
No backing to Uzbek opposition:
Govt - Frontier Post
PESHAWARIS - Taliban have categorically denied extending any kind of assistance to the Uzbek rebels.
Taliban ask Pakistan not to deport Afghan refugees
ISLAMABAD (SANA) - The Afghan ambassador in Pakistan, Abdul Salam ZaeefFriday urged Pakistan not to forcibly deport Afghans, saying his
Afghans using huge dumps of Russian weapons: Gen Rashid
The News: Jang
RAWALPINDI: Dispelling the impression that Pakistan was providing any military aid to Afghans, Director General ISPR and Press Secretary to Chief Executive
India blames Pak, Afghanistan for H Kashmir trouble
The News: Jang
NEW DELHI: India Saturday blamed Pakistan and Afghanistan for breeding Jehadi terrorists groups for fostering trouble in Jammu and Kashmir and other areas in the country.
Pakistan bashers in new SA Congress panel
From Afzal Khan The Nation
WASHINGTON-The Congressional panel dealing with South Asian affairs has been reorganised in the newly-elected House of Representatives and
Appeal for help
ISLAMABAD (Agencies) - The heroic Afghan nation is dying. They are thevictims of war, hunger, drought, and diseases. The most venerable victims
4 Afghans refugees killed
PESHAWAR - Four Afghan refugees of same family, including two minors, were killed by some unknown assailants in the we hours of Friday night at new Shamshatoo camp near village Urmar.
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