Afghan Taliban makes four cabinet changes
ISLAMABAD, June 25 (Reuters) - The leader of Afghanistan's ruling Taliban movement, Mullah Mohammad Omar, made four ministerial changes in a cabinet reshuffle announced on Monday.
Taliban Attacks Repulsed in Takhar:
The Taliban's repeated attempts to capture the Farkhar Gorge, 15 miles east of Taliqan were foiled by the Mujahideen.
Taliban FM sends message to OIC
Islamabad, June 25, IRNA -- Maulvi Wakil Ahmad Motawakil, the Taliban Foreign Minister on Monday sent a letter to Abdul Wahid Bil Kazer, the Secretary General of OIC
UNSC to adopt mechanism for monitoring of Afghan curbs
PESHAWAR: The Special representative of UN Secretary General Kofi Annan on Afghanistan, Francesc Vendrell, on Monday said that Security Council was adopting a mechanism
Afghan man badly beaten in east German attack, policeman hurt
Berlin, June 26, IRNA -- A young Afghan man was badly beaten by several people over the weekend in eastern Germany, while one police officer trying to arrest one of the offenders was injured
Bin Laden 'Plans New Attacks In Two Weeks'
By Michael Theodoulou in Nicosia and Michael Evans - London Times - June 25
Osama Bin Laden, the world’s most-wanted terrorist, is planning a big attack on American and Israeli targets within the next two weeks, a London-based Arab satellite television station has claimed
Sattar's American sojourn
Inayatullah - Jang/The News
Sattar's sojourn in Washington has opened the door to the beginning of a new relationship between USA and Pakistan. The new US administration is presently pursuing the process of defining
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