In the third day of negotiations, the Northern Alliance dropped its objection to international peacekeeping forces and agreed to form an interim national parliament.
As more U.S. ground troops move into Afghanistan, the Pentagon is trying to clarify reports of a massacre in southeastern Afghanistan and anti-Taliban troop movements toward Kandahar.
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U.S. airstrikes today focused on a compound near Kandahar believed to be occupied by senior Taliban and al-Qaida officials. Pentagon officials said it's unclear if any of those officials were killed in the attacks.
The Northern Alliance today rejected the idea of sending an international peacekeeping mission to Afghanistan once the Taliban is defeated.
Central Intelligence Agency Director George Tenet today confirmed the death of a CIA officer during a bloody prison uprising near the Afghan city of Mazar-e-Sharif.
U.S. warplanes pounded Taliban positions around Kandahar Tuesday as more U.S. Marines landed at a base near the last Taliban-controlled city.
Representatives from four Afghan ethnic and political groups began talks today near Bonn, Germany aimed at forging an outline for a post-Taliban power-sharing government.
A Swedish television photographer was killed early today in the Afghan city of Taloqan -- the eighth journalist killed since the U.S.-led strikes on the country began.
About 500 U.S. Marines Monday landed in Afghanistan, seizing an airstrip near the Taliban southern stronghold of Kandahar.
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