Police quell Iran-Afghan clashes in central city
Flaverjan, Iran, July 8, IRNA -- Police intervened to stop young people beating groups of Afghans in the central city of Flaverjan on Saturday, a reliable source said Sunday.
Police kill 35 Afghan bandits, free 18 hostages in three months
Qaen, Khorassan Prov., July 8, IRNA -- Iranian security forces have killed 36 armed Afghan "bandits" and freed 18 hostages in their
Tehran daily slams attack on Afghan refugees
TEHRAN (Agencies): Tehran Times on Sunday strongly condemned the recent "inhuman and uncivil" attack on Afghan refugees by a group of over 100 motorcyclists
Afghan factions prep for more fighting
Sunday, 8 July 2001 11:34 (ET)
By AAMIR SHAH
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, July 8 (UPI) -- Afghan warring factions are preparing for renewed fighting this summer, Radio Tehran reported, and the Taliban
US against Pakistan's collaboration with Taliban
WASHINGTON, July 8: The United States has said Pakistan's collaboration with the Taliban, who are providing sanctuary to "international terrorist"
Pakistan releases 300 Afghan prisoners
ISLAMABAD (Online): Pakistan has released 300 Afghan prisoners from Peshawar jail during the last four days.All these prisoners were involved in petty crimes
Afghan exile group slams Pakistani general's anti-democratic stance
Berlin, July 8, IRNA -- A leading anti-Taliban resistance group based in Germany, blasted Pakistan's former secret service chief Lt.General
6 Pak religious parties form alliance in NWFP
Islamabad, July 8, IRNA -- Six religio-political parties of Pakistan on Sunday formed provincial chapter of their alliance, Muttahida
Nasir Bagh not to be closed till Sept
PESHAWAR (NNI): The spokesman of the UNHCR, Peter Kissler has said that welcome period of the Afghan refugee has ended in Pakistan.
Refugees shifting to Jalozai from Akora camp
F.P ReportPESHAWAR: Hundreds of families have shifted to Jalozai camp from Akora Khattak camp in the NWFP due to lack of assistance, reports BBC.
ABSO halts projects in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (SANA): The Afghanistan and Belgium Solidarity Organisation (ABSO) has halted its projects in Afghanistan due to financial problems
Rising India, sinking Pakistan in high-stakes summit
By Paul Taylor, Diplomatic Editor
LONDON, July 9 (Reuters) - A rising India and a sinking Pakistan hold a high-stakes summit next weekend seen by he outside world as a rare chance
The battle against repression in Afghanistan
Arthur Kent - San Francisco Chronicle, Sunday, July 8, 2001
Kabul, Afghanistan -- Until recently, battlefield footage was the big prize for those of us who've tried to document the savagery of more than two decades of war in Afghanistan.
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