Rivalry in Afghan provinces threatens more bloodshed
By Sayed Salahuddin
Monday February 11, 8:03 AM
KABUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Afghanistan's fragile interim government faced new challenges on Sunday as factional rivalry in two provinces threatened further bloodshed, while a top U.S.
Afghans Want to Question Ex-Taliban Minister
By MATT KELLEY .c The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (Feb. 9) - Afghan authorities want to interrogate the former Taliban foreign minister now being held by the U.S. military and ensure he faces trial, an Afghan foreign ministry
Taliban FM cooperates as Karzai heads to UAE
Monday February 11, 3:24 AM AFP
As Afghanistan's interim leaders stepped up diplomatic efforts to win badly needed aid, differences emerged over how best to handle the most senior Taliban official to have surrendered.
Iran closes offices of firebrand Afghan dissident
By Jon Hemming
Sunday February 10, 9:50 PM
TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iranian authorities have closed down the offices of dissident Afghan guerrilla leader Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, in a move seen as trying to prove Tehran's goodwill towards
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