INTERVIEW-Pakistan sets 90-day limit to clear Afghan camp
By Jack Redden
ISLAMABAD, July 7 (Reuters) - The Pakistani government intends to clear more than 60,000 Afghan refugees from a camp on the outskirts of Peshawar
Rival Afghans call for assurances
PESHAWAR, July 7: Having been pushed hard by the NWFP government to vacate the Nasir Bagh refugees camp, many hard core members
250 Afghan families seek repatriation
By Intikhab Amir - DAWN
PESHAWAR, July 7: Over 250 Afghan families, living in the Nasir Bagh refugees camp, have opted for voluntary repatriation, according to official sources.
Philippine militants train in Taleban camps - diplomat
Saturday, July 07, 2001 10:44 PM EST
NEW DELHI, Jul 07, 2001 (Itar-Tass via COMTEX) -- Militants of the Moslem extremist group Abu Sayaf operating in the south of the Philippines
Iran police kill three smugglers, seize drugs
TEHRAN, July 8 (Reuters) - Police in southern Iran have killed three drug traffickers in a shoot-out and seized two tonnes of opium, state radio reported on Sunday.
Taliban Face Increased Resistance In Ghore:
While the Taliban were preparing for a major attack in Takhar Province, they came under increased pressure from the Mujahideen in Ghore.
US, Russia push for curbs monitoring force
UNITED NATIONS, July 7: In order to stop violations of the sanctions imposed by UN Security Council on Taliban regime, Russia and the United States
Ukraine lauds Tajikistan efforts to resolve Afghan issue
KIEV (Agencies): President Leonid Kuchma said Ukraine welcomes Tajikistan’s progress in settling the situation in the Central Asian region.
Wali optimistic about talks
ISLAMABAD July 7: Veteran politician, Khan Abdul Wali Khan has expressed cautious optimism about a positive outcome from Musharraf-Vajpayee summit meeting.
Talks to ensure peace in South Asia: Shamshad
UNITED NATIONS (PPI): Pakistan is looking forward to resumption of dialogue with India at the highest level and views it as welcome opportunity to free
Osama funding plot to kill Philippine president?
The Times of India
MANILA: Saudi billionaire Osama bin Laden is funding Muslim guerrillas plotting to kill Philippine President Gloria Arroyo, a Manila newspaper reported Saturday.
WHO conducts training workshop in Kabul
F.P ReportPESHAWAR: World Health Organisation (WHO) initiated and organised a workshop to the review and update policy guidelines for the traditional
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