The Northern Alliance today rejected the idea of sending an international peacekeeping mission to Afghanistan once the Taliban is defeated.
Ray Suarez talks with two reporters in Afghanistan, David Rohde of the New York Times and Jack Kelley of USA Today, about terrorist documents observed at abandoned houses of Taliban and al-Qaida leaders.
Following a backround report, Margaret Warner talks to Egypt's foreign minister, Ahmed Maher El Sayed, about the future of Afghanistan and the roots of Islamic terrorism and anti-Americanism in the Arab world.
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.
Elizabeth Farnsworth discusses political repercussions of September 11th with Egyptian playwright Ali Salem.
Afghan factions begin talks near Bonn, Germany to shape a post-Taliban power-sharing government.
As the Taliban retreats, what will it take for the Afghan people to become self-sufficient? Three aid experts assess the situation.
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.
A 94-year-old woman from Oxford, Conn. died today of inhalation anthrax, becoming the fifth American to die from the most deadly form of the disease in recent months.
As the Taliban clings to its last strongholds in Kunduz and Kandahar, anti-Taliban leaders agreed to a U.N.-sponsored meeting in Germany next week to plan a post-war Afghan government.
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