Bush orders sanctions on Afghanistan continued
Tuesday July 3, 11:06 AM
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush on Monday issued an order maintaining economic sanctions against Afghanistan and its ruling Taliban movement for giving Saudi militant
White House Notice on the Taliban
WASHINGTON, July 2 /U.S. Newswire/ -- The following was released today by the White House:
NOTICE - CONTINUATION OF EMERGENCY WITH RESPECT TO THE TALIBAN
On July 4, 1999, the President issued Executive Order 13129, "Blocking Property and Prohibiting Transactions with the Taliban," to deal with the unusual and extraordinary threat
'Afghan opposition commanders surrender'
A report on Taleban-controlled radio in Afghanistan says five opposition Northern Alliance commanders along with 200 of their armed men have surrendered to Taleban forces in the central province of Ghowr.
Report: Taliban Attack in Ghor Fails to Break Resistance Despite Taliban Claims
WASHINGTON, July 3, 2001 - AAR - Conflicting reports from the province of Ghor in Central Afghanistan on Tuesday claimed that several United Front opposition commanders surrendered
Five opposition commanders join Taliban
Frontier Post 7/3/01
PESHAWAR: Five commanders of the opposition Northern Alliance joined Taliban along with hundreds of armed and unarmed supporters in Ghor province, reports Radio Kabul.
Afghan foreign minister briefs Russia on nation's woes
Tuesday, July 03, 2001 3:44 AM EST
MOSCOW, Jul 03, 2001 (Itar-Tass via COMTEX) -- Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, foreign minister of the Islamic state of Afghanistan, will have talks with Russian politicians on Tuesday
China donates $242,000 relief goods to UNHCR for Afghan IDPs
Islamabad, July 3, IRNA -- China on Tuesday contributed shelter materials and medical supplies worth two million Yuan ($242,000) for distribution among the internally displaced persons (IDPs)
Newsweek names N. Korea worst country in world
NEW YORK, July 1 (Kyodo) - North Korea has topped a U.S. newsmagazine's list of the world's worst countries compiled based on the degree of poverty and oppression.
our million Afghans at risk of starvation - Frontier Post
ISLAMABAD: The plight of Afghan refugees residing in refugee camps has been further deteriorating and more than four million Afghan refugees living in a miserable life without basic facilities
Afghan peace moot in Britain on 7th
ISLAMABAD (SANA): The British government is hosting a three-day conference on Afghanistan in Birmingham this month, diplomatic sources in British High Commission confirmed
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