Taliban permits UN peace envoy to work in Afghanistan
KABUL, Jan 29 (AFP) - United Nations special envoy for Afghanistan Francesc Vendrell arrived here Monday in a sign the Taliban leadership had reversed its opposition to his peace mission after new UN
Afghans urge "brotherly" treatment for refugees
By Raja Asghar
ISLAMABAD, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Afghanistan's ruling Taleban movement urged neighbouring Pakistan on Monday to offer "brotherly treatment" to tens of thousands
Int'l cooperation vital in Afghan crisis: Boroujerdi - IRNA
Tehran, Jan 28 -- In an exclusive interview conducted by `Iran News' on Sunday, MP for Boroujerd in Lorestan Province, Alaedin Boroujerdi stressed that a wider and more
Rogozin calls for int'l conference on Taleban expansion
Moscow, Jan 28 (IRNA) -- State Duma Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Dmitry Rogozin called on Iran, India and Russia to hold an international conference to
Test popularity through elections, Masood tells Taliban
ISLAMABAD (NNI) - Former Afghan defence minister and opposition commanderAhmed Shah Massod has favoured elections in Afghanistan, asking Taliban to test their popularity through democratic process.
NWFP to ease border crossing by Afghan DPs
PESHAWAR, Jan 28: The government of NWFP has decided to ease restrictions on border crossing of Afghan DPs into Afghanistan who would ensure their permanent repatriation.
5 killed in Karachi terrorist attack - Army called out to quell demos FP
KARACHI (NNI) - At least five persons were killed and four others woundedwhen armed terrorists ambushed a van of a religious madrassa here Sunday morning, police and witnesses said.
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