Bush pledges Afghan aid boost
Monday, 28 January, 2002, 19:59 GMT BBC News
Mr Karzai reopened the Afghan embassy in Washington
US President George W Bush has pledged an extra $50m in credit for reconstruction projects in war-ravaged Afghanistan and training for a national army and police force there.
Afghan Leader Meets With President Bush
Mon Jan 28, 7:55 PM ET ABC NEWS
U.S. troops will help Afghanistan develop its own military and police, and stand ready to bail out international peacekeepers, President Bush said today after meeting with Afghanistan's
Jennings Interviews Afghan Leader Karzai, A Grateful Partner
Monday January 28 08:00 PM EST By ABC NEWS
In an interview with Peter Jennings, the interim leader of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, spoke on the challenges of rebuilding his country, U.S. involvement and how he classifies the detainees.
Fourteen U.S. Soldiers Hurt in Afghan Copter Crash
Mon Jan 28, 7:19 PM ET
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (Reuters) - Fourteen U.S. soldiers were injured and their transport helicopter suffered extensive damage when it crashed while landing in rough terrain in eastern
Bush Willing to Consider Returning Saudi Detainees
Mon Jan 28, 6:02 PM ET
By Steve Holland
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Bush said on Monday he was willing to consider Saudi Arabia's request to return on a case-by-case basis the 100 Saudis who are among 158 Afghan
Six al Qaeda fighters killed in Afghan hospital raid
By John Fullerton
Tuesday January 29, 5:54 AM
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (Reuters) - All six al Qaeda fighters holed up in a Kandahar hospital for more than seven weeks were killed on Monday when Afghan forces and their U.S.
World Bank vows support in meeting with Afghan leader
Tuesday January 29, 5:23 AM AFP
World Bank president James Wolfensohn promised Monday to support swift action to rebuild Afghanistan in a meeting with visiting interim leader Hamid Karzai.
U.S. Unfreezes Afghan Assets, to Give Food Aid
Mon Jan 28, 4:03 PM ET
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States has released $223 million in previously blocked assets to Afghanistan's interim government as part of a reconstruction program for
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