From "De Volkskrant" [http://www.volkskrant.nl/nieuws/internationaal/61005663184562.html]
Kabul already divided along ethnic lines
13 November 2001
3:52 p.m. GMT
Translated from the Dutch by DJ Dutch
After capturing Kabul, the Northern Alliance appears to have already carefully divided the city along ethnic lines, according to eye-witness reports in the city on Tuesday.
The United States, Pakistan and other countries had been wary of this scenario, preferring that the Alliance not move into the capital for fear that the ethnic parties that make up the fragmented Alliance would begin fighting amongst themselves again, as they did in the nineties.
Hours after the city was conquered, supporters of former president Rabbani, an ethnic Tadjik connected with the Jamiat-i-Islami faction, now control the center of Kabul. The Shiite Hizb-i-Wahdat, who represent the ethnic Hazars, have supposedly established themselves in the southwest.
The situation in Kabul also seems to be becoming somewhat more normal. Radio Kabul has resumed broadcasts of music and songs, which had been banned since the Taliban seized power in 1996.
Updated at 3:49 pm GMT