US wheat heads for Afghanistan but five million have no food: WFP
ISLAMABAD, July 16 (AFP) - Some 75,200 tonnes of US wheat is expected to arrive in Afghanistan but the emergency aid will feed only a fraction of the five million Afghans without food, the UN food agency said Monday.
Displaced Afghans facing miseries in Balkh
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Refugees displaced by drought and civil war in Afghanistan are forced to live and miserable life in Balkh Province and have been eating grass and locusts to survive their life.
Rabbani for OIC role in Afghanistan
F.P ReportPESHAAWAR: The ousted Afghanistan President Burhanudin Rabbani, has called upon the Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC) to play their role for restoration of peace
Fighting rages in Takhar
Rabbani seeks India's help for closure of camps
ISLAMABAD(SANA): The deposed Afghan President and head of the opposition Northern Alliance Professor Burhanuddin Rabbani has sought India's help for closure of alleged terrorist training
Taliban worried about Developments in Ghore
The Taliban commanders fighting in the central Ghore Province have become worried about the military developments in that province.
Former Afghan Health Minister and Activist Physician Dies
WASHINGTON, July 16, 2001 - AAR - The Afghan Embassy in the United Kingdom reported Sunday that Dr. M. Yaqub Barakzoi
U.N.: Afghan sanctions' effect limited
By WILLIAM M. REILLY
UNITED NATIONS, July 16 (UPI) -- U.N. Security Council-imposed sanctions against Afghanistan's Taliban regime have taken a limited toll on civilians,
Iran claims decline in Afghans-oriented crimes
TEHRAN (Agencies): There has been a 59.9 per cent decline in kidnapping incidents by armed Afghans during the first quarter of the Iranian calendar year (started March 21), an official said.
Obliteration of Afghan heritage
LONDON (Agencies): In an international conference held in the Centre for Asian and African Literatures at the University of London, Afghan and Western scholars discussed Afghanistan's
Algerian arrested in London in millennium plot
NEW YORK, July 16 (Reuters) - An Algerian man under arrest in London has been charged by U.S. authorities with involvement in a plot to bomb Los Angeles International Airport ahead
Indo-Pak summit fails as it reaches dead end
New Delhi, July 17, IRNA-The crucial Indo-Pak summit in Agra ended in failure last night over the contentious issue of Jammu and Kashmir
Russia, China sign new friendship treaty
MOSCOW, July 16 (Kyodo) - China and Russia signed a new friendship treaty on Monday committing the two countries to consult each other in case either country faces a military threat
Musharraf listens music every morning
AGRA (Online): President Pervez Musharraf says he listens to music every morning and has assured Indian musician Vishwa Mohan Bhatt that he would love to listen to his album.Bhatt, who regaled
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