- Remains unearthed. // New Internationalist;Aug97, Issue 293, p6
Focuses on the scavenging for human bones in gutters, fields and graveyards by adults and children in Kabul, Afghanistan, in an effort to survive financially. Cost of a skeleton; Uses of the human bones.
- State of emergency. Liu, M. // Newsweek;2/27/89, Vol. 113 Issue 9, p43
Discusses the psychological war the Afghan guerrillas are waging on residents of Afghanistan's capital city, Kabul, now that Soviet troops have left. Guerrilla attacks; Fears of food and fuel shortages; Outlook.
- Moscow's legacy to Kabul: An everyday hell. Griffin, Jennifer // U.S. News & World Report;12/19/94, Vol. 117 Issue 24, p15
Discusses continuing strife in Kabul, Afghanistan. December 1994, which marks the 15th anniversary of the Soviet occupation that plunged Afghanistan into civil war; Number of people killed since then; Nine separate Islamic factions that have fought for control of Kabul for 2 1/2 years; How...
- Strict rule of Taliban in Kabul lowers crime, raises anxiety. Horner, Sarah // Christian Science Monitor;10/7/96, Vol. 88 Issue 219, p8
Reports that people in Kabul, Afghanistan, are trying to adapt to their new rulers, the fundamentalist Taliban. When Taliban took control of the capital; Types of changes the country experienced since the Taliban's take over; Comments from Mullah Ghous, acting foreign minister; Looting of...
- Kabul: Bloodier than Sarajevo. Ivanko, Alexander // World & I;May94, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p76
Discusses the civil war in Kabul, Afghanistan. Deaths of civilians; Decreased population; Prime minister Gulbuddin Hekmatyar's attempt to oust president Burhanuddin Rabbani; Support sought by Hekmatyar and Rabbani from regional warlords; Geopolitical implications.
- Back with a vengeance: Proxy war in Afghanistan. Rashid, Ahmed // World Today;Mar96, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p60
Presents information on the Western diplomats' view concerning the Afgahanistan conflict in Kabul. Information on Afghan Mujaheddin's war; Influence of the Taliban movement in Afghanistan; President Burhanuddin Rabbani's involvement.
- CITY OF DREAMS. Anderson, Jon Lee // New Yorker;12/24/2001-12/31/2001, Vol. 77 Issue 41, p50
Comments on the effects of the freedom from the Taliban regime in Kabul, Afghanistan. Description of the tomb of the assassinated Defense Minister of the Northern Alliance; Availability of liquor; Reaction of the citizens on foreign journalists.
- Notes on church-state affairs: Afghanistan. Beck, Rosalie; Hendon, David W. // Journal of Church & State;Spring94, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p417
Reports on the major fight which broke out in Kabul, Afghanistan, on January 2, 1994, between President Burhauddin Rabbani's forces and armies loyal to Prime Minister Guldbuddin Hekmatyr.
- Hash house of horrors. Neuss, Sorrel // New Statesman;8/11/2008, Vol. 137 Issue 4909, p42
The article reports on the Hash House Harriers in Kabul, Afghanistan which is for foreign workers where drinking alcohol is allowed even though it is prohibited in Kabul. The group was created in 1938 by British bachelors in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for running, social and drinking activities. The...