Taliban launch counter-attack to retake northern Afghan town
Sunday May 6, 2:01 PM
KABUL, May 6 (AFP) - Heavy fighting erupted in northern Afghanistan Sunday as the ruling Taliban militia launched a counter-offensive to recpature a town south of Balkh city, opposition officials said.
An in-depth look at Afghanistan’s Taleban Movement
Voice of America 5 May 2001 04:56 UTC
Historians, policy makers and other analysts have gathered in Washington for meetings on how to deal with Afghanistan, now drought stricken, impoverished and under the harsh rule of the Taleban.
Pakistan asks UNHCR to provide humanitarian aids inside Afghanistan
Islamabad, May 6, IRNA - Pakistan Foreign Minister Saturday urged the United Nations and the international community to focus on provision of humanitarian assistance inside Afghanistan
Why Jalozai camp drew world attention?
PESHAWAR, May 5: During the last five months no other abode of displaced persons in any part of the world could make newspaper headlines so frequently as the Jalozai makeshift camp did.
Sectarian tension denied
By Our Reporter
ISLAMABAD May 5: The Ambassador of Afghanistan to Pakistan, Mullah Abdus Salam Zuaeef, has said that an inquiry commission has been appointed to investigate the cause of Herat bomb blast.
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