US Senate condemns Taliban policies on minorities
WASHINGTON, June 19 (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate on Tuesday unanimously approved a resolution condemning the "harsh and discriminatory" practices of Afghanistan's
Paper says Bin Laden group boasts of Cole bombing
KUWAIT, June 19 (Reuters) - A Kuwait newspaper said on Tuesday that Osama bin Laden, wanted for allegedly masterminding attacks on U.S. embassies, had produced a video film
Aghanistan gains ICC recognition
Tuesday, 19 June, 2001, 23:09 GMT 00:09 UK
Afghanistan has been admitted into the International Cricket Council as an associate member.
Russian Foreign Ministry Says Afghan Problem Has No Military Solution
Tuesday, June 19, 2001 10:11 AM EST
Moscow, Russia, Jun 19, 2001 (RosBusinessConsulting via COMTEX) -- The Afghan problem has no military solution, and it can be unblocked only through a political settlement under
Osama's Spokesman Confirms His Departure From Kandahar
Tuesday, June 19, 2001 12:25 PM EST
ISLAMABAD, Jun 19, 2001 (Xinhua via COMTEX) -- Saudi millionaire Osama bin Laden has left Taliban headquarters in Kandahar province in Afghanistan for unknown destination in the country
Taleban Insists Osama bin Laden is 'Under Control'
20 Jun 2001 03:02 UTC VOA
In seclusion in southern Afghanistan, Taleban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar rarely communicates with the outside world. But he recently granted an interview to an American journalist,
Afghanistan to get $2.15 million Swiss aid
By Our Reporter
ISLAMABAD, June 19: The Swiss Agency for Development and Co-operation (SDC) has signed an agreement with the United Nations Development Programme
Taliban dismiss Kazakh president's concern
Islamabad, June 19, IRNA -- Taliban group has rejected the remarks by Kazakh President, Noorsultan Nazarbayev at recently Shanghai Forum's summit meeting, who sounded warning about Islamic
Eastern Council forces kill 28 Taliban in Nangarhar
Islamabad, June 19, IRNA -- The Eastern Cpouncil forces launched fresh offensives against Taliban in Nazian area of Nangarhar province on Tuesday, killing 28 Taliban fighters.
Islamabad shuns US Taliban
By Richard Wolffe in Washington - Jun 20 2001 00:03:21
The Financial Times
Pakistan on Tuesday rejected US requests for Islamabad to intervene with the Taliban regime in Afghanistan and to take steps against terrorists linked to Osama bin Laden, the Saudi dissident sought by the US.
Pakistan says no first N-tests, wants sanctions lifted
Wednesday June 20, 5:56 AM
WASHINGTON, June 19 (AFP) - Pakistan assured the United States Tuesday it would not carry out any new nuclear tests unless rival India did so first, stepping up its campaign against
Former CIA chief's niece is Taliban's unofficial ambassador in the US
The News: Jang
By Kaleem, Omar
The guest list at a June 6 briefing on international narcotics by a top US State Departmnent official at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington included
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