Afghan Taliban opens museum after smashing statues
KABUL, March 22 (Reuters) - Afghanistan's Taliban authorities threw open the doors to the National Museum in Kabul on Thursday to show they had destroyed all the statues
Famine tightens grip on northeast Afghanistan: opposition
KABUL, March 21 (AFP) - International aid experts have begun a survey of remote northeastern Afghanistan as local commanders Wednesday warned thousands
Japan approves 6.9 mln dlrs emergency aid for Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD, March 21 (AFP) - Japan Wednesday said it had approved 6.9 million dollars in emergency aid for Afghanistan and urged other donors to dig deep despite t
Afghan Taliban calls for international investment
ISLAMABAD, March 22 (Reuters) - Afghanistan's Taliban rulers on Thursday appealed for international investment in their war-torn country, which they said should not be shunned
Tearful farewell to Afghanistan
Kate Clark was given 24 hours to pack her bags
By Kabul correspondent Kate Clark - BBC
"I'm a refugee from Afghanistan," I said to the Pakistani officials at the border. "No, you're a distinguished journalist and our honoured guest," they said.
The Truth vs. Censorship and Discrimination at JHU
AAR Editors' Note:
It is fitting to note here that among the claims made by a roving Taliban public relations envoy (another word for propagandist)
Taliban envoy faces derision in US - DAWN
WASHINGTON, March 21: Visiting Taliban envoy Syed Rahmatullah Hashemi was heckled during a speaking engagement in Washington on Tuesday.
Afghanistan is main sources of terrorism, Ivanov says
PARIS, Mar 21, 2001 (Itar-Tass via COMTEX) via NewsEdge Corporation - - Russian Security Council secretary Sergei Ivanov said Afghanistan is the main source
Putin shares concerns over Taliban vandalism
MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin has said he shares Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee's concern over the Taliban vandalism in destroying historical
Taliban minister hurt in blast
By Ismail Khan Dawn (Pakistan) March 21, 2001
PESHAWAR, March 20: Taliban education minister Mulla Amir Khan Muttaqi was among those wounded in the Saturday car bomb blast in Kabul, Taliban officials confirmed.
Three Afghan militants killed in Sopore clash
The Times of India March 21, 2001
SRINAGAR: At least three foreign militants were killed during an encounter with the Army at Watrigam in Sopore in north Kashmir on Tuesday even as normal life
Taliban slaughtering cows to hide embarrassment?
By ANWAR IQBAL
SAN FRANCISCO, March 21 (UPI) -- Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia slaughtered cows this week after demolishing the country's
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