Taleban launch fresh attacks
Monday, 4 June, 2001, BBC
Opposition forces in Afghanistan say the Taleban have launched fresh attacks against them in the north-east of the country.
Afghan Taliban approve 82.5 million dollar budget: report
ISLAMABAD, June 4 (AFP) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia has approved a budget of 82.5 million dollars for the year to February 2002, with some 2.7
Taliban okay $82 million budget
By M. Ilyas Khan
PESHAWAR, June 3: The Taliban authorities in Kandahar have approved $82 million budget (March 2001 to February 2002), including an outlay of $0.343 million for development.
Child mortality jumps amid worst drought in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD, June 4 (AFP) - Child mortality rates have reached alarming levels in northern Afghanistan where a three-year drought has pushed many to the brink of famine, a relief group said Monday.
Taleban 'to get tough on foreigners'
Aid agencies fear operations could be affected
By Afghanistan correspondent Kate Clark - BBC
Afghanistan's ruling Taleban are considering making foreign workers sign a letter committing them not to break a long list of rules and putting them under the jurisdiction of the religious police.
Pak, Arab religious groups to jump in if WFP pulls out of Kabul
By Behroz Khan - Jang/The News
PESHAWAR: Pakistani and Arab religious groups will jump into the arena to fill the vacuum by providing food assistance to the needy Afghan widows
No plan to meddle in Afghan visa policy: FO
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan will not interfere in the latest policy of the Afghan government, which has now ordered all foreigners, applying for a visa, to fill a form with
Pakistan, Afghanistan and terrorism
By Dr Maqbool Ahmad Bhatty - DAWN Opinion 6/4/01
With the US State Department having officially signalled its view that the centre of global terrorism has shifted to South Asia, and specifically mentioned Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD: NGOs express concern over Ghazi's statement
ISLAMABAD, June 3: The non-governmental organizations (NGOs), academicians, scholars, trade unionists and journalists, throughout the country
Pakistani NGO offers food help for Afghans
KABUL, June 3: 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's
Editorial, The Nation - 6/4/01
In an interview to an Overseas Pakistani website, the Chief Executive has expressed an inability to understand how a very poor country of 140 million
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