Afghan Taliban recapture key town after fierce fighting
Sunday June 10, 10:04 PM
KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban recaptured the strategic town of Yakawlang in the central province of Bamiyan after intense fighting on Sunday, a Taliban spokesman said.
Taliban recapture central Afghan district
Sunday June 10, 9:15 PM
KABUL, June 10 (AFP) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia Sunday recaptured the central city of Yakawlang after a day of heavy fighting, Taliban officials said.
Afghanistan likely to overshadow Pakistani FM's talks with Powell
Sunday June 10, 9:12 AM
ISLAMABAD, June 10 (AFP) - Foreign Minister Abdul Sattar will be keen to debunk Pakistan's image as the strongest supporter of Afghanistan's Taliban militia in upcoming meetings
Humanitarian aid may not reach Afghanistan due to Talibs
By Vladimir Suprun
Saturday, June 09, 2001
ISLAMABAD, Jun 09, 2001 (Itar-Tass via COMTEX) -- The "Afghanistan Support Group" is ready to render the country humanitarian aid worth more than 260 million U.S. dollars,
Taliban Work Out National Budget for 2001-2002
Saturday, June 09, 2001
ISLAMABAD, Jun 9, 2001 (Xinhua via COMTEX) -- Afghanistan's Taliban militia has worked out a 80-million-dollar national budget for 2001-2002, local newspaper reported here Saturday.
Afghan DPs also have to surrender illegal arms: Pak Minister
Islamabad, June 9, IRNA -- If the Afghan people can deposit their illegal arms with the Taliban government within their country, Afghan refugees in Pakistan would also have to surrender their
Taliban cautiously support Pakistan's anti-arms drive in camps
Islamabad, June 9, IRNA -- Taliban officials in Pakistan have cautiously supported a proposed campaign to recover weapons from Afghan refugee camps and other localities of Afghans
Kabul extends wheat import contract
PESHAWAR, June 9: Afghanistan said on Saturday it was extending a wheat import contract with Pakistan by another six month, despite Islamabad's failure to deliver the agreed quantity.
PESHAWAR: Screening of Afghan refugees from 21st
PESHAWAR, June 9: The NWFP Governor Syed Iftikhar Hussain Shah on Saturday said that screening of Afghans staying in Pakistan would start from June 21 to distinguish legal
PESHAWAR: Team to leave for Kabul on 12th
PESHAWAR, June 9: A 10-member delegation of Pakistan officials is leaving for Kabul on Tuesday to discuss various issues with Afghan authorities, a senior official said.
OSCE chief fears destablisation in Central Asian states
BUCHAREST, June 9 (AFP) - The acting head of Europe's security body the OSCE expressed concern Saturday about the lack of interest in democracy in the Central Asian states,
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