Afghan Taliban threaten UN monitors
KABUL, July 31 (AFP) - Afghanistan's Taliban militia Tuesday renewed its threat to treat UN sanctions monitors as "enemies on the frontline" after the Security Council adopted
UN Council approves Afghan sanctions monitoring
By Evelyn Leopold
UNITED NATIONS, July 30 (Reuters) - The U.N. Security Council approved unanimously on Monday 20 experts to monitor and help enforce an arms embargo against Afghanistan's
UN to tighten Afghan sanctions
the UN wants to stop weapons reaching the Taleban BBC News
The United Nations Security Council has unanimously adopted a new resolution designed to tighten the monitoring and enforcement of sanctions against the Taleban authorities in Afghanistan.
Pakistan to cooperate with "intrusive" UN monitoring of Afghan curbs
ISLAMABAD, July 31 (AFP) - Pakistani officials Tuesday slammed a UN decision to monitor sanctions against Afghanistan's Taliban militia, but said Islamabad would cooperate with it.
Iran welcomes sanctions against Taliban: Nejad-Hosseinian
United Nations, July 31, IRNA -- Iran's permanent representative to the United Nations, Hadi Nejad-Hosseinian, said here on Monday that his country welcomed two resolutions recently
Khatami for efforts to check domination urges steps to end Afghan imbroglio
Pakistan-Iran keen to expand ties: Inam
TEHRAN (NNI): Iranian President Mohammad Khatami has called on Iran and Pakistan to take resolute action against those who, he said, understand nothing but "domination.
Victory for Taliban opposition
Tehran - A group of 310 Taliban fighters close to the western city of Herat surrendered Monday to the opposition forces led by Ismail Khan, his son told AFP.
Qadis District Liberated
July 29: The Mujahideen liberated Qadis District, Badghis Province from the control of the Pakistan-backed Taliban militiamen. Qadis is located south of Qala-e-Naw
US envoy visits Pakistan - BBC
A senior American official is in Pakistan for a four-day visit expected to focus on regional security, terrorism and the US sanctions against Pakistan.
The US Assistant Secretary
Video shops closed in Afghan camp - BBC 7/31
The authorities in one of the Afghan refugee villages in Pakistan - Old Jalozai - have closed down centres selling music and video cassettes.
UN opposes forced repatriation of DPs
KOHAT, July 30 (Dawn) -- The UNHCR and the ministry of state and frontier regions (SAFRON) have once again failed to reach an agreement on the criteria for screening two million "registered"
3 Afghans killed, 4 Basij hostages freed by revolutionary guards
Tehran, July 31, IRNA -- Iranian revolutionary guards shot to death three armed Afghan bandits and succeeded in freeing four Basij volunteer forces the bandits held captive in
Pakistan waives Rs 32.7bn duties for Afghanistan
By Ikram Hoti - Jang/The News
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan waived Rs 32.7 billion duties and taxes on imports to Kabul under the Afghan Transit Trade during the financial year 2000-2001 and most of these goods
Security Council requests Secretary-General to establish mechanism for monitoring sanctions against Taliban
Unanimously Adopts Resolution 1363 (2001)
Determining that the situation in Afghanistan constitutes a threat to international peace and security in the region, the Security Council this afternoon requested the Secretary-General to establish
Between Rocca and a hard place
Frontier Post Editorial 7/31/01
The US Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia, Christine Rocca faces a full calendar of meetings, briefings and discussions with Pakistani leaders and officials during her three-day visit...
Terrorism: Quest for an ‘Enemy’
Mushahid Hussain - The Nation Opinion 7/31/01
What do the Palestinian Intifidah, the Kashmir insurgency, the uprising in Chechnya, the unrest in Central Asia, the violence of the Abu Sayyaf guerrillas in the Philippines, the civil war
Significance of Rocca's visit
By Dr Hassan Ali Shahzeb - DAWN - 7/30/01 Opinion
Assistant secretary of state, Ms Christina Rocca, is visiting the South Asian region in an effort to formalize a policy towards the latest nuclear capable states. Ms Rocca is the point
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