Pakistani group offers food project in Afghanistan
KABUL, June 3 (Reuters) - A Pakistani relief agency has told the Taliban it is prepared to fill any gap created by a possible closure of the World Food Programme (WFP) subsidised bread programme in Kabul,
UN is poised to quit Afghanistan in food aid row
By Julian West in New Delhi - Daily Telegraph
THE United Nations will pull its vital aid workers out of Afghanistan if the Taliban continues to threaten them and to bar women from taking part in a desperately needed food programme,
Assistance for Northern Alliance in the air
By Tahir Mirza - DAWN
WASHINGTON, June 1: Is there any move for talks between the United States, Russia, and Iran to help Afghanistan's Northern Alliance that is battling the Taliban regime?
International Committee of the Red Cross accuses Taliban of raiding hospital
KABUL, June 1: The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) on Friday accused the Taliban of raiding a hospital run by it in Kandahar. A spokesman for the ICRC said soldiers
Better Indo-US ties linked to peace with Pakistan
WASHINGTON, June 2: India's warming up the United States, and its possible regional repercussions continue to intrigue observers here of the South Asia scene, and there is also
US upset over Pak-North Korea N-missile nexus
Chidanand Rajghatta - Times of India
WASHINGTON: The United States has publicly expressed apprehensions about the long-suspected nexus between Pakistan's nuclear establishment and North Korea's ballistic missiles program.
Osama bin Laden: Legitimate target
A Boston Herald editorial Saturday, June 2, 2001
The conviction of four followers of terrorist leader Osama bin Laden on charges growing out of the bombing of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania is a triumph for the rule of law and the federal
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