Afghan refugees fear death at hands of Taliban
LALA GUZAR CAMP, Afghanistan, July 15 (AFP) - Ten months ago they saw their children and neighbours executed in cold blood as the fundamentalist
Taliban ban women visits to picnic spots
KABUL: Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia Friday ordered Afghan women not to visit picnic spots or tourists resorts across the country, Taliban-run radio reported.
Border guards seize big opium haul in Tajikistan
DUSHANBE, July 15 (Reuters) - Russian border guards patrolling the border between Afghanistan and ex-Soviet Tajikistan seized a haul of 2,000 kg of raw opium
The ANP has not struck a deal with Musharraf"
By Iqbal Khattak - The Friday times
Interview: Asfandyar Wali Khan, President, Awami National Party
The Awami National Party, a component party of the Alliance for Restoration of Democracy (ARD), has, since early this year, been ambiguous in its relations
Positive start to Agra summit
A landmark summit between the leaders of India and Pakistan has begun on a positive note in the historic city of Agra. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf
Looking at the Agra prospects
By Shahid Scheik - Jang/The News
In the run-up to the Musharraf-Vajpayee summit political comments in Pakistan have been marked by both excessive optimism and abundant caution
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