afghanistan

  • November 27, 2001  

    Kevin Dunn of Independent Television News reports on the Marine deployment in Afghanistan; Kwame Holman details the Pentagon’s view of the military progress; and Kirsty Lang of ITN reports on the U.N.-led meeting in Bonn to discuss the future of Afghanistan. Continue reading

  • November 26, 2001   BY Admin 

    About 500 U.S. Marines Monday landed in Afghanistan, seizing an airstrip near the Taliban southern stronghold of Kandahar. Continue reading

  • November 26, 2001  

    Kwame Holman begins coverage of the war in Afghanistan with updates from the Pentagon. Tim Rogers of Independent Television News reports from Afghanistan on the fall of the Taliban in the northern city of Kunduz. Continue reading

  • November 23, 2001  

    Independent Television News reports from the besieged northern Afghanistan city of Kunduz and the Taliban’s southern stronghold, Kandahar. Continue reading

  • November 21, 2001   BY Admin 

    Demanding that U.S. strikes on Afghanistan end, the Taliban says it no longer has any contact with Saudi-born militant and suspected terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden. Continue reading

  • November 20, 2001  

    Independent Television News reporters in Afghanistan detail the latest developments around Kunduz and in Kabul. Continue reading

  • November 19, 2001  

    Two Independent Television News reports summarize the latest developments in the military situation in Afghanistan. Then, Ray Suarez reports on the Pentagon briefings held earlier. Continue reading

  • November 16, 2001   BY Admin 

    The Pentagon today said U.S. air and ground assaults against Afghanistan’s Taliban militia would continue as usual, despite the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Continue reading

  • November 16, 2001  

    A Kwame Holman report on the Defense Department briefing, and two Independent Television News reports from Jalalabad and Bagram Air Base, north of Kabul. Continue reading

  • November 15, 2001   BY Admin 

    U.S. warplanes focused their latest military assault on Kunduz, the last major town in Northern Afghanistan controlled by the Taliban. According to an opposition commander, some 20,000 Taliban fighters and al-Qaida members remain in the town. Continue reading