Explosion at arms depot rocks Afghan capital
Wednesday July 11, 7:54 PM
KABUL (Reuters) - A big explosion at an arms depot rocked the outskirts of the Afghan capital Kabul overnight, residents said on Wednesday.
U.S. embassy bomber gets life in prison
By Gail Appleson, Law Correspondent
NEW YORK, July 10 (Reuters) - A federal jury on Tuesday failed to agree that a Tanzanian man should be executed for the 1998 bombing of a U.S. Embassy in Africa
UN urges Taleban to help women
By Eurasia analyst Adrian Foreman - BBC
The United Nations is making a renewed appeal to the Taleban authorities in Afghanistan to help improve medical conditions for women.
Afghan Taliban seeks U.N. help for refugees
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban movement urged the United Nations Tuesday to help end alleged harassment of Afghan refugees in neighboring countries.
No forced repatriation of Afghans: Abbas
PESHAWAR (SANA) Minister for Northern Areas and Kashmir Affairs, Abbas Sarfaraz Khan has said that Afghan refugees who have taken shelter in Pakistan due
Taliban deny rejecting peace proposals
PESHAWAR - Taliban government of Afghanistan has said it has not turned down the peace formula presented to Kabul by Afghan scholars.
Hamid discusses Loya Jirga with Taliban
KABUL (SANA): Syed Hamid Agha the son of a prominent jihad figure, Pir Syed Ahmed Gilani called on a senior Taliban official in the Afghan capital Kabul
EU team meets Afghan anti-narco official
ISLAMABAD (SANA)- Afghanistan’s senior anti-narcotics official, Abdul Hameed Akhunzada met with a delegation of the European Union here Tuesday and asked the EU
Zainullah handed over to Pak authorities
Frontier Post Report
PESHAWAR: Talibans’ militia handed over Zainullah to government of Pakistan under tight security at Duran line on Tuesday.
Child mortality jumps amid drought
Updated on 7/11/2001 4:38:31 PM
KABUL (Agencies): Child mortality rates have reached alarming levels in northern Afghanistan where a three-year drought has pushed many to the brink of famine, a relief group
Afghan refugee children edging towards death
PESHAWAR: In spite of tall claims by United Nations and its organs, the Afghan refugees are leading a miserable life in the Akora Khattak Afghan Refugee camp, at least five
Police kills 221 bandits, arrests 540 in two provinces
Tehran, July 10, IRNA -- A police official in Khorasan province Colonel Javad Hammed said here Tuesday that over 221 bandits have
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