UN envoy sees Afghans as fighting flares anew

October 1998
MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;10/23/1998, Vol. 42 Issue 43, p17
Reports that United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Lakhdar Brahimi has visited Kandahar for talks on the settlement of the Afghan civil war. Purpose of the peace settlement; Afghan regions involved in the civil war; Accounts of attacks on the civil war.


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