US refuses to confirm Taliban warning, but says bin Laden must be ejected
WASHINGTON, June 29 (AFP) - The United States on Friday refused to confirm reports that it had told the Taliban it would be held responsible if terror suspect
PAKISTAN: Afghan refugee dies after alleged police beating
ISLAMABAD, 27 June (IRIN) - Over 200 Afghans gathered outside a hospital in the capital, Islamabad, on Wednesday, demanding justice and greater
Formation of Jihadi group by Osama denied
KABUL (SANA): Taliban have denied the reports that Saudi dissident Osama bin Laden has formed a new jihad group saying he does not belong to any group
Mine blasts kill and injure up to 300 Afghans every month
ISLAMABAD, June 29 (AFP) - Land mines kill and injure between 150 to 300 people each month in war-torn Afghanistan, a UN report said Friday.
Socio-economic impact of land mines
Frontier Post Report
PESHAWAR: The World Bank, in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), has recently completed a study
Taliban ready for attack on Takhar
KABUL (SANA): High ranking officials of the Taliban government have reportedly given final touches to the plan of carrying a comprehensive attack
100 Taliban defect to opposition
Frontier Post 6/30/01
BADAKHSHAN (SANA): A hundred Taliban have joined the ranks of the opposition Northern Alliance in Faryab province. According to Northern Alliance
Fighting reported in Helmand province
Frontier Post Report - Updated on 6/30/2001
PESHAWAR: As seasonal fighting spreads across Afghanistan in anticipation of a major Taliban offensive in the northeast, anti-Taliban Northern Alliance
U.S. issues travel warning for Tajikistan
WASHINGTON, June 29 (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department on Friday warned American citizens against travel to Tajikistan because of continuing political unrest.
PESHAWAR: Govt to lift ban on Afghan timber
By Intikhab Amir - DAWN
PESHAWAR, June 29: The NWFP has decided to lift ban on the import of timber from Afghanistan, according to an official handout issued here on Friday.
Foreign secretary to visit US
By Syed Talat Hussain - DAWN
ISLAMABAD, June 29: Foreign Secretary Inamul Haq is likely to visit Washington next month on an invitation from US Under Secretary of State for
Ex-ISI chief hopes coming Pak-India summit will be different
Islamabad, June 30, IRNA -- Former chief of Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence (ISI), General (Retd) Hameed Gul on Saturday expressed the hope
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