Afghan Resistance Leader Massoud Injured in Suicide Bombing Attack
By Omar Samad
WASHINGTON, September 9, 2001 - AAR - Veteran Afghan resistance leader and chief of the United Front anti-Taliban forces, Ahmad Shah Massoud, was injured Sunday afternoon following a suicide bombing
Masood injured in suicide bomb attack, bombers dead: spokesman
KABUL, Sept 10 (AFP) - Afghan opposition commander Ahmad Shah Masood was treated by doctors for "minor injuries" following an assassination attempt which killed two suicide bombers
Blast injures Afghan opposition chief - BBC
The main commander of the anti-Taleban forces in Afghanistan, Ahmed Shah Massood, has been injured in an explosion near his home in the north of the country.
Sources close to commander Masood
Afghan rivals fight north of Kabul
KABUL, Sept 9 (Reuters) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban movement and opposition forces of Ahmad Shah Masood were locked in intense clashes on Sunday on the main road leading out of the capital, Afghan sources said.
Fighting rages north of Kabul: Opposition
The Times of India
ABUL: Fighter jets roared low over Kabul on Sunday heading north to the front lines where Taliban and opposition forces were engaged in a bitter battle.
Afghan Taliban say might consider prisoner swap
KABUL, Sept 9 (Reuters) - The foreign minister of Afghanistan's ruling Taliban was quoted on Sunday saying the hardline movement might consider swapping eight detained foreign aid workers for an Islamic
Media barred from Afghan aid trial
Sunday, 9 September, 2001, 08:53 GMT 09:53 UK BBC News
Defendants' relatives arrive at court on Saturday
The trial has resumed of eight foreign aid workers accused of promoting Christianity in Afghanistan, but foreign reporters have been banned from court.
Taliban trial continues without accused Christians in court
By Sayed Salahuddin
Sunday September 9, 7:03 PM
KABUL (Reuters) - The Supreme Court of Afghanistan's ruling Taliban said on Sunday it was awaiting word on how eight foreign aid workers accused of promoting Christianity
Taliban court awaits aid workers' word on defence
By Sayed Salahuddin
Sunday September 9, 1:23 PM
KABUL (Reuters) - The Supreme Court of Afghanistan's ruling Taliban said on Sunday it was awaiting word from eight foreign aid workers on how they want to defend themselves against the charge
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