U.S. and Afghan officials said Tuesday that they will launch "decisive operations" to oust Taliban forces from strongholds set up in several towns in southern Afghanistan.
By Admin and PBS NewsHour
Authorities in Afghanistan imposed a curfew in the city of Kabul Monday after a traffic accident involving a U.S. Humvee triggered a day of rioting that left at least eight people dead and more than 100 injured.
By PBS NewsHour
A suicide bomber attacked a convoy of NATO-led security forces in Kabul on Tuesday morning, killing a Canadian soldier and an Afghan civilian. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the act.
Two German and three Danish soldiers were killed today in an accidental explosion at a munitions site in the Afghan capital.
Secretary of State Colin Powell met with Afghanistan's Interim Prime Minister Hamid Karzai in Kabul Thursday and pledged support for the country's reconstruction.
U.S. jets bomb Taliban front line troops north of Kabul, clearing way for the anti-Taliban Northern Alliance.
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.
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