For the fourth consecutive day, U.S. warplanes pummeled Taliban frontline targets in the north and south as the Taliban remains determined to repel U.S. forces.
With U.S. airstrikes targeting Taliban front-line troops for the third day, top Pentagon officials are encouraging the opposition Northern Alliance to advance against the Taliban positions north of Kabul and around Mazar-e-Sharif.
U.S. jets bomb Taliban front line troops north of Kabul, clearing way for the anti-Taliban Northern Alliance.
Tom Bearden reports on the latest developments in the military campaign in Afghanistan. Independent Television News reporter Mark Austin examines the reaction in Northern Afghanistan.
Afghanistan's ruling Taliban moved today to hand out heavy weapons across the country as U.S. air strikes continued into their third week.
Army Rangers carry out an overnight raid in Afghanistan. Two servicemen killed in a helicopter crash.
On the thirteenth day of air strikes around Kabul and Kandahar, elite U.S. commando troops reportedly entered Afghanistan to assist opposition forces in the overthrow of the Taliban.
As the U.S. continues to strike targets in Afghanistan, reports surface that a top bin Laden adviser was killed Sunday.
During an eleventh day of heavy bombing over Afghan cities, U.S. warplanes struck Taliban positions close to the front lines of their battle with the Northern Alliance for the first time.
Amid a tenth day of intense bombing, an International Red Cross warehouse near Kabul was struck by a stray bomb, inciting condemnation from international relief organizations.
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