Afghan Taliban bans neckties, lipstick, chess
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban movement Wednesday banned the importation of 30 items it said were un-Islamic, including playing cards
Overseas Afghans role in economic uplift sought
PESHAWAR (NNI): Taliban supreme leader Mulla Mohammad Omar has invited Afghan expatriates to take part in the economic development of the war-ravaged country
JANE'S DEFENSE CALLS REPORT OF US MISSILE TRANSFER "A FABRICATION"
This letter was received by AAR on July 18, 2001 clarifying the status of an article printed in a Pakistani newspaper this week about alleged transfer of US Stinger missiles to United Front
Heavy fighting erupts in Afghanistan
KABUL, July 19 (AFP) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia launched their heaviest offensive this summer, attacking the key northeastern province of Takhar
Diseases killing children at Afghan camp - radio
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban movement said Wednesday cholera and other diseases were killing 20 to 30 children daily at a camp for displaced
Afghan cholera toll rises to 65
KABUL, July 19 (AFP) - An outbreak of cholera in northern Afghanistan has claimed 15 more lives over the past 24 hours, raising the toll from the epidemic this week to 65
Al-Rasheed Trust opens food centers in Afghanistan
F.P Report PESHAWAR: The Al-Rasheed Trust, an eminent welfare organization of the Muslim world, has opened its food centers in Herat, Jalalabad and Mazar Sharif
Iran police seize 1.3 tonnes of opium - radio
TEHRAN, July 19 (Reuters) - Iranian police have seized nearly 1.3 tonnes of opium after two seperate shoot-outs in the south and east of the country, state radio reported on Thursday.
Pakistan, Iran to discuss bilateral issues
Frontier Post Report
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Secretary Inamul Haq will leave for Tehran on July 27 to hold talks with his Iranian counterpart on a variety of bilateral issues, officials said in Islamabad on Wednesday.
NA envoy holds talks with US officials
ISLAMABAD (SANA): The envoy of the Afghan Opposition Northern Alliance, Dr. Abdullah has said he discussed Afghanistan situation with officials of the State Department
Taliban envoy meets Ambassador of Bosnia
ISLAMABAD (SANA): Taliban envoy to Pakistan, Mulla Abdul Salam Zaeef paid a courtesy call on his Bosnia Herzegovina counterpart Fik Qzulovic and discussed
Afghan envoy concerned over UNHCR discrimination
ISLAMABAD: Afghan Ambassador to Pakistan Mulla Abdus Salam Zaeef has said that discrimination meted out to the returning Afghan refugees by the United Nations High Commission
Taliban name Pak-Afghan Joint Commission
ISLAMABAD (SANA): The Taliban government has nominated its two diplomats to Pak-Afghan Joint Commission that was established early this month to prepare the lists
Taliban,opposition swap POWs
Updated on 7/19/2001 10:49:06 AM
F.P ReportPESHAWAR: Afghanistan ruling Taliban movement and opposition Northern Alliance have exchanged prisoners of war and said more such exchanges
NA commander gunned down in Herat
KABUL (Agencies): A rebel commander has been killd in an armed clash with Taliban security force in Herat.
Afghan embroglio: the ground realities
Sahibzada Naseem Ahmad - Frontier Post 7/19/01
Historically, Afghanistan is the only country whose people never tolerated foreign subjugation and whenever any foreign ruler tried to enslave the
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