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NOVEMBER 30, 2001

CNN's Bob Franken reports U.S. officials are saying the tough job in Afghanistan is only going to get harder in the weeks ahead (November 30)

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CNN's Christiane Amanpour says the Muslim holy day in Kabul is once again a time for faith and fun (November 30)

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CNN's Robin Oakley reports some European allies are beginning to signal their unease about the direction the war on terror is taking (November 30)

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The U.S. president's decision to use military tribunals is drawing criticism at home and abroad. CNN's John King reports (November 30)

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CNN's Jim Clancy reports U.S. troops have taken up positions inside the Bagram Air Base north of Afghanistan's capital, Kabul (November 30)

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CNN's Walter Rodgers describes the Marine expedition into southern Afghanistan (November 30)

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NOVEMBER 29, 2001

CNN's Nic Robertson reports on the resolve of the Taliban fighters (November 29)

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CNN's Bob Franken sorts out mixed reports on fighting in Afghanistan, including one saying Northern Alliance troops killed Taliban prisoners (November 29)

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The Pentagon vows to keep up the pressure on the Taliban and their leadership. CNN's Jamie Mcintyre reports (November 29)

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For Winfield, Alabama, the death of CIA operative Mike Spann brought the realities of war in Afghanistan home. CNN's Martin Savidge reports (November 29)

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NOVEMBER 28, 2001

Former Taliban soldiers who joined the Northern Alliance are helping in the search for Osama bin Laden. CNN's Brent Sadler reports (November 28)

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CNN's Alessio Vinci surveys the casualties and battle damage at the fortress in northern Afghanistan (contains graphic images) (November 28)

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CIA agent Johnny 'Mike' Spann, a former U.S. Marine Corps officer, was killed in fighting in Afghanistan. CNN's David Ensor reports (November 28)

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In a news conference, Johnny Spann tells of his son's love of country and devotion to duty (November 28)

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CNN's Alessio Vinci has more on the intense fighting in the town of Mazar-e Sharif in Afghanistan (video contains graphic war images) (November 28)

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Pentagon officials said intelligence reports placed Taliban leaders inside the targeted compound. CNN's Jamie Mcintyre reports (November 28)

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Journalists covering the war in Afghanistan are working to get the restrictions on media access lifted. CNN's Frank Buckley reports (November 28)

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NOVEMBER 27, 2001

CNN's Brent Sadler looks at the eastern Afghanistan city of Jalalabad, where many al Qaeda training camps were once based (November 27)

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U.S. officials question whether the Northern Alliance can be trusted, considering a record of broken promises. CNN's Andrea Koppel reports (November 27)

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CNN's Christiane Amanpour says Afghans are welcoming Russian aid workers, despite memories of war (November 27)

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Pakistani-Afghan border crossers tell CNN's Nic Robertson there is evidence that Taliban control is weakening around Kandahar (November 27)

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The U.S. President wants Iraq to let weapons inspectors back into the country. CNN's John King reports (November 27)

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CNN's Alessio Vinci reports on the Northern Alliance using all available firepower to crush the remaining rebels (video contains graphic war images) (November 27)

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Britain says its troops are ready engage in Afghanistan while critics question Europe's role in the war on terror. CNN's Rym Brahimi reports (November 27)

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The Pentagon says the Marines are outside of Kandahar where they will base the hunt for Osama bin Laden. CNN's Jamie Mcintyre reports (November 27)

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NOVEMBER 26, 2001

CNN's Donna Kelley and retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Don Shepperd talk about the type support Marines will have in Afghanistan (November 26)

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Sources tell CNN's Christianne Amanpour that Osama bin Laden's money and organization made him the force behind the Taliban (November 26)

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CNN's Satinder Bindra reports from Konduz, the former Taliban stronghold in nothern Afghanistan (November 26)

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U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell says the Bush administration will look at all countries that harbor terrorists (November 26)

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CNN's Alessio Vinci reports Northern Alliance soldiers say that most of the Taliban fighters are holed up inside one building but have access to many weapons (November 26)

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CNN' James Martone reports Arab intellectuals are gathering at the Cairo based Arab league for a conference focused on educating the West on Islam

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CNN's Harris Whitbeck talks with an Afghan woman who re-enrolls in medical school but remains cautious about wearing her burqa (November 26)

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CNN's Kasra Naji reports that several mass graves with Northern Alliance soldiers buried in them have been uncovered recently (November 26)

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CNN's Jim Clancy says that the Taliban still seem to control some of Kandahar, but they are facing increased military and diplomatic activity aimed at forcing their surrender (November 26)

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CNN's Satinder Bindra reports that Northern Alliance officials claim they have entered Konduz, the Taliban's last stronghold in the north (November 26)

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Northern Alliance has regained control of a compound in Mazar-e Sharif after Taliban prisoners revolted. CNN's Alessio Vinci reports (November 26)

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NOVEMBER 25, 2001

CNN's Kelly Wallace reports that although Taliban surrenders are encouraging, the Bush administration cautions the war on terror is far from over. (November 25)

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Afghan tribesmen express support for a meeting in Bonn, Germany, on the fate of Afghanistan. CNN's Tom Mintier reports (November 25)

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NOVEMBER 24, 2001

CNN's Satinder Bindra says that the latest Taliban troops surrendering may encourage others to surrender as well (November 24)

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NOVEMBER 23, 2001

CNN's Bill Delaney visit the destroyed village of Kulum, where residents say 200 people died in a U.S. coalition bombing raid (November 23)

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Northern Alliance soldiers feel the strain of holding back while awaiting a Taliban surrender in Konduz. CNN's Satinder Bindra reports (November 23)

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CNN's Patricia Sabga looks at how Jalalabad, Afghanistan, has become overrun with young men carrying guns and ready to fight (November 23)

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Military animation shows aircraft and their missions in Afghanistan (November 23)

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CNN's Ben Wedeman reports a new and unexpected front has opened up southwest of Kabul outside the town of Maidan Shahr (November 23)

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Despite reports of Taliban surrender, Northern Alliance forces continue to pound Taliban in Konduz. CNN's Satinder Bindra reports (November 23)

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CNN's Carol Lin says strong support for Osama bin Laden and the Taliban seems to have evaporated in Pakistan (November 23)

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CNN's Bill Delaney accompanies the bodies of four slain journalists from Afghanistan to Pakistan (November 22)

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As talks proceed on a new government, there are fears that Afghanistan could revert to factional turmoil. CNN's Jason Bellini reports (November 23)

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NOVEMBER 22, 2001

U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld reviewed Special Operations forces in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. CNN's Bob Franken reports (November 22)

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CNN's Jane Arraf reports life goes on in Baghdad, and most Iraqis aren't thinking about the probability of being attacked (November 22)

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CNN's Kelly Wallace says the White House has released a new report documenting atrocities allegedly committed by the Taliban (November 22)

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CNN's Rusty Dornin shows how a National Guard family is coping with long hours and extra duties. (November 22)

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CNN's Alessio Vinci reports via videophone on the Taliban surrender of Konduz (November 22)

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NOVEMBER 21, 2001

CNN's Satinder Bindra reports on the young men who are joining the fight in Afghanistan (November 21)

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CNN cameraman Mark Philips describes what it's like on the front lines near Kabul, Afghanistan (November 21)

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CNN's Nic Robertson reports the Taliban say they're not giving up Kandahar, and have no idea where Osama Bin Laden is (November 21)

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CNN's Alessio Vinci traveled to Mazar-e Sharif to check into the bloodbath that occurred when surrounded Taliban forces refused to surrender (November 21)

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The U.S. is targeting Afghan fuel tankers that it claims are aiding the Taliban war effort. CNN's Jim Clancy reports (November 21)

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U.S. Gen. Tommy Franks told reporters that coalition forces must continue to pressure the Taliban (November 21)

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Spokesman Syed Tayyad Agha denies the Taliban have contact with Osama bin Laden and says Afghanistan has no ties to the September 11 attacks (November 21)

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NOVEMBER 20, 2001

CNN's Ryan Chilcote says the coming winter could help the Taliban, limiting U.S. airstrikes and allowing them to move about (November 20)

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U.S. President George W. Bush cautions the war is entering a 'difficult period' and may broaden. CNN's John King reports (November 20)

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CNN's Satinder Bindra says Taliban forces at Konduz have been reinforced with the former defenders of Taloqan (November 20)

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CNN's Jamie McIntyre reports the U.S. is considering sending in Marines from ships off the coast of Pakistan (November 20)

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President Bush promises antiterror aid to Philippines President Gloria Arroyo (November 20)

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CNN's Bill Delaney reports on the dangers faced by the international news corps while covering the fighting in Afghanistan (November 20)

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CNN military analyst Maj. Gen. Don Shepperd, USAF (Ret.), outlines surveillance technology available in the hunt for Osama bin Laden (November 20)

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CNN's Jim Bittermann says that a new anti-terrorism law has revealed that Italy has been a support base for terrorism (November 20)

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Former Afghan President Burhanuddin Rabbani told CNN's Christiane Amanpour that he has agreed to a meeting of ethnic Afghan groups (November 20)

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The U.S. military is dropping leaflets in Afghanistan, touting a $25 million reward for the capture of Osama bin Laden. CNN's Jamie Mcintyre reports (November 20)

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The U.S. says it will ship more than $5 million worth of food to Afghanistan. CNN's Kelly Wallace reports (November 20)

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NOVEMBER 19, 2001

In a speech at the University of Louisville, U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell tells Israel and the Palestinians what is necesary for peace (November 19)

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Jalalabad is calm now following a change in power, but the Afghan city could still turn bloody. CNN's Bill Delaney reports (November 19)

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CNN's Nic Robertson reports from behind Taliban lines (November 19)

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CNN's Jim Clancy reports that Taliban strongholds along the road to Kandahar are dwindling (November 19)

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Civilians are fleeing Konduz as bombs continue dropping on Taliban forces in Afghanistan. CNN's Satinder Bindra reports (November 19)

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CNN's Satinder Bindra brings us a front line view of the fighting near Konduz, Afghanistan (November 19)

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CNN's Alessio Vinci reports that the city of Mazar-e Sharif tries to get back to normal after being taken over by the Northern Alliance (November 19)

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NOVEMBER 18, 2001

CNN's Matthew Chance tours a prison in Kabul where prisoners suspected of being Taliban members await their fate (November 18)

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NOVEMBER 17, 2001

CNN's Carol Lin reports on the political situation in Kandahar (November 17)

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CNN's Kasra Naji reports on the popular resentment by residents in Northern Afghanistan (November 17)

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CNN's Christiane Amanpour reports on the uncertainty of the Afghan government (November 17)

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CNN's Ryan Chilcote reports on the bombing over Konduz, Afghanistan on Saturday, November 17 (November 17)

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NOVEMBER 16, 2001

CNN's Jamie McIntyre says the U.S. admits to having ground troops joined with Northern Alliance forces engaging in combat (November 16)

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The Pentagon hopes to extract information on Osama bin Laden's whereabouts from five captured senior Taliban officials. CNN's Jamie Mcintyre reports (November 16)

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CNN's Christiane Amanpour reports on documents found in Kabul that detail nuclear weapon assembly instructions (November 16)

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NOVEMBER 15, 2001

CNN's Bruce Burkhardt visits STRICOM, an Army unit which uses a variety of simulated war environments to train soldiers for battle (November 15)

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The resolution supports a mult-enthic government that would ensure a secure and stable Afghanistan. CNN's Richard Roth reports (November 15)

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CNN's Matthew Chance says papers captured at a reported Taliban charity include instructions on terrorism techniques and materials (November 15)

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Taliban and Northern Alliance troops are battling near the town of Konduz. CNN's Satinder Bindra reports from the front lines (November 15)

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Officials say U.S. warplanes have destroyed a building filled with senior al Qaeda personnel. CNN's Jamie McIntyre reports (November 15)

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NOVEMBER 14, 2001

CNN's Eileen O'Connor reports on the Bush administration's decision to authorize military tribunals in terrorism case (November 14)

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British Prime Minister Tony Blair says video exists of Osama bin Laden admitting complicity in terrorism. CNN's Susan Candiotti reports (November 14)

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CNN's Sheila MacVicar trails the Taliban ambassador to Pakistan as he makes his way to the Afghanistan border (November 14)

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The United Nations has called for a meeting of all key political groups to discuss the future of Afghanistan. CNN's Richard Roth reports (November 14)

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U.S. officials say airstrikes will continue until their mandate for expelling the Taliban has been met. CNN's Bob Franken reports (November 14)

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With the fall of the Taliban in Afghanistan, many think the war on terror will shift its focus to Iraq. CNN's Jane Arraf reports (November 14)

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CNN's Robin Oakley reports Prime Minister Tony Blair confirmed thousands of UK troops have been put on two-day readiness for Afghanistan (November 14)

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NOVEMBER 13, 2001

CNN's Matthew Chance traveled with Northern Alliance troops as they took control of the Afghan capital of Kabul (November 13)

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Pashtun commanders hope the U.N. sends a neutral peacekeeping force to Kabul, so former King Mohammed Zahir Shah can return. CNN's Rebecca Mackinnon reports (November 13)

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Residents of Taloqan celebrate the Northern Alliance's recapture of their city while fearing a Taliban counterattack. CNN's Satindra Bindra reports (November 13)

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Pakistan is wary, a U.N. observer decries atrocities and a Northern Alliance leader vows a multiethnic government. CNN's Tom Mintier reports (November 13)

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CNN's Carol Lin reports Islamic religious schools in Pakistan's Baluchistan province say Taliban fighters could establish a new base there (November 13)

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Watch the exclusive CNN video of Dr. Abdullah addressing the press about the fall of Kabul (November 13)

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Watch the exclusive CNN video of Dr. Abdullah addressing the press about the fall of Kabul (Part 2)

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President Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin announce an agreement on nuclear weapons control (November 13)

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Madeleine Albright, former U.S. Secretary of State talks to CNN's Paula Zahn about a post Taliban government in Afghanistan (November 13)

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CNN's Matthew Chance traveled with Northern Alliance troops into the Afghan capital (November 13)

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Afghans woke up to the news that Kabul had been overrun by the Northern Alliance. CNN Kamal Hyder reports (November 13)

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Pakistan's foreign minister said his country would like the Afghan capital, Kabul, demilitarized under the control of U.N. peacekeepers (November 13)

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Taliban forces have abandoned Kabul, allowing Northern Alliance troops to move into the Afghan capitol (November 13)

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NOVEMBER 12, 2001

CNN's Rebecca MacKinnon reports from the center of the action where fortunes have been won and lost betting on war (November 12)

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CNN cameraman Mark Phillips shows the difficulties in traveling across the Afghan countryside (November 12)

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Iranian President Mohammad Khatami expresses sorrow over the September 11 attacks in an interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour (November 12)

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With victories in the north and in the west, fighters of the anti-Taliban Northern Alliance are pushing south. CNN's Matthew Chance reports (November 12)

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CNN's Satinder Bindra has more on the continued war in Afghanistan against the Taliban (November 12)

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CNN's Peter Humi reports on the support and dissension among European leaders and citizens (November 12)

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CNN's Matthew Chance reports that Northern Alliance forces are pushing toward the Afghan capital (November 12)

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Some provinces in Pakistan are run by powerful tribes who follow their own set of laws. CNN's Carol Lin reports (November 12)

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NOVEMBER 11, 2001

CNN's Ben Wedeman reports that Afghan rebels are trying to outflank the Taliban after the fall of Mazar-e Sharif (November 11)

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President Bush speaks of America's resolve in a Veterans Day speech in New York (November 11)

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Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir discusses the recent interview he says he had with Osama bin Laden. CNN's Nic Robertson reports (November 11)

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Northern Alliance Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah says the Taliban have lost "their main fighting force" (November 11)

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NOVEMBER 10, 2001

Speaking to the United Nations, President Bush has strong words for nations that ignore terrorists. CNN's John King reports (November 10)

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Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf talks about the need to wipe out the roots of terrorism (November 10)

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Friends and family welcome home the USS Enterprise, the first U.S. aircraft carrier involved in a combat mission against Afghanistan (November 10)

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CNN's Matthew Chance reports Northern Alliance troops are eager to strike Kabul, buoyed by fall of Taliban stronghold Mazar-e Sharif (November 10)

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NOVEMBER 9, 2001

CNN's Andrea Koppel looks at the task ahead for Charlotte Beers, new U.S. undersecretary for public diplomacy (November 9)

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U.S. Commander Gen. Tommy Franks defended his war plan. CNN's Jamie Mcintryre reports (November 9)

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U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell says coalition members should give more than rhetoric in support of the antiterrorism effort (November 9)

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The Pakistan government has cracked down on more than a month of protests with a massive show of security. CNN's John Vause reports (November 9)

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Many U.S. bombing runs over Afghanistan originate from aircraft carriers. CNN's Frank Buckley reports on the war through a pilot's eyes. (November 9)

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Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf was in London where he met with Prime Minister Tony Blair. CNN's Robin Oakley reports (November 9)

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NOVEMBER 8, 2001

CNN's Jim Bitterman reports the U.N. special representative for Afghanistan is endorsing efforts to restore the former Afghan monarch (November 8)

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British Prime Minister Tony Blair was host to Pakistan's Gen. Pervez Musharraf and King Abdullah of Jordan. CNN's Robin Oakley reports (November 8)

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In a televised address, U.S. President George W. Bush says America will prevail in its war on terrorism (November 8)

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CNN's John Vause reports a Taliban ambassador continues claims of civilian casualties despite a gag order by the Pakistani government (November 8)

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As a stalemate develops in northern Afghanistan, UN relief workers stockpile food in Uzbekistan. CNN's Matthew Chance reports (November 8)

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Despite the lack of results, U.S. commanders are not having trouble keeping military personnel motivated. CNN's Frank Buckley reports(November 8)

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Overrun by casualties and lacking in equipment, Afghan medical facilities are getting stretched to their limits. CNN's Nic Robertson reports (November 8)

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The Pentagon is optimistic one month into the campaign against terrorism. CNN's Jamie Mcintyre reports (November 8)

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Refugees in Pakistan are allowed to receive an education, something stictly forbidden by the Taliban. CNN's Rebecca MacKinnon reports (November 8)

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NOVEMBER 7, 2001

CNN's John Vause says the Pakistani government asked the Taliban not to hold press conferences maligning third-party governments (November 7)

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U.S. President George Bush called on coalition partners to take action. CNN's John King reports (November 7)

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CNN's John Vause says the Pakistani government has asked the Taliban not to hold press conferences maligning third-party governments (November 7)

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The Pentagon says cold weather may deter many of the special forces that make targeting the Taliban easier. CNN's Jamie Mcintyre reports (November 7)

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CNN's Larry King sat down with British Prime Minister Tony Blair (November 6)

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NOVEMBER 6, 2001

CNN's Paul Vercammen reports from aboard the USS Stennis as they prepare for deployment (November 6)

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CNN's Matthew Chance says soldiers from the Hazara minority vow to fight to the death against the Taliban (November 6)

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The Northern Alliance says its captured the districts of Zari and Okhupruk as well as the city of Kisindeh (November 6)

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As casualties mount in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, U.S. calls for restraint are met with skepticism. CNN's Mike Hanna reports (November 6)

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CNN's Bettina Luscher reports German chancellor Gerhard Schroeder says his government is ready to deliver the help the U.S. has requested (November 6)

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ASEAN members met in Brunei and condemned the September 11 attacks, but did not endorse the U.S. airstrikes. CNN's Maria Ressa reports (November 6)

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The Pentagon is looking for new and better ways to provide support for anti-Taliban troops. CNN's Jamie Mcintyre reports (November 6)

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CNN's Alessio Vinci spoke to two veterans of the Soviet-Afghan war and got their views of the current military operations over Afghanistan (November 6)

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The U.S. Defense Secretary was in India where tensions over Kashmir could damage the anti-terror campaign. CNN's David Ensor reports (November 6)

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NOVEMBER 5, 2001

The challenge of delivering humanitarian aid begins even before reaching war-torn Afghanistan. CNN's Alessio Vinci reports (November 5)

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CNN's Nic Robertson was among a handful of journalists whom the Taliban allowed into Afghanistan and filed this 'limited but independent' report (November 5)

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Northern Alliance, or United Front, commanders talk of a new push against the Taliban front lines in Afghanistan. CNN's Satinder Bindra reports (November 5)

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A full-scale ground offensive from United Front soldiers may be imminent, CNN's Satinder Bindra reports (November 5)

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CNN's Matthew Chance watches Northern Alliance troops stage a live-fire drill to build experience and morale (November 5)

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A Pakistani newspaper's staff awaits test results after receiving a letter containing a white powder. CNN's Sheila MacVicar reports (November 5)

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NOVEMBER 4, 2001

CNN's Rula Amin reports on reactions by Arab foreign ministers to the latest statements by Osama bin Laden (November 4)

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After recent killings during worship, Pakistani Christians fear additional attacks by Taliban supporters. CNN's Amanda Kibel reports (November 4)

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U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld assures Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf of continued support. CNN's David Ensor reports (November 4)

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CNN's James Martone listens to what Eyptians are saying on the street (November 4)

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CNN's Kasra Naji reports the U.S. embassy in Iran has been turned into a museum of anti-Americanism (November 4)

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NOVEMBER 3, 2001

CNN's Jeanne Meserve shows the video and CNN's Kelly Wallace has reaction from senior U.S. government officials (November 3)

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The Northern Alliance announces their first gains against the Taliban. CNN's Satinder Bindra is there (November 3)

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NOVEMBER 2, 2001

Arms-bearing Pakistanis are crossing the border into Afghanistan in support of the Taliban. CNN's Sheila MacVicar reports (November 2)

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CNN's David Ensor examines what little is known about Mullah Omar, supreme commander of the Taliban (November 2)

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Despite threats from the Taliban, Turkey decides to deploy special forces to aid U.S. troops in Afghanistan. CNN's Jim Bittermann reports (November 2)

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Many refugees who are flooding into Pakistan are unregistered which means they can't receive U.N. aid. CNN's Rebecca MacKinnon reports (November 2)

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The U.S. government is mounting a new public relations campaign to counteract taliban propoganda. CNN's Kelly Wallace reports (November 2)

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The bombing campaign continues as the U.S. hits taliban targets near the strategic city of Mazar-e-sharif. CNN's Jamie Mcintyre reports (November 2)

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NOVEMBER 1, 2001

Afghanistan's Northern Alliance is equipping fresh troops along its front line with the Taliban. CNN's Chris Burns reports (November 1)

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Taliban officials take CNN's Nic Robertson to a village they claim was destroyed by airstrikes (November 1)

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CNN's Kasra Naji has more on when and if Iran will ever join the U.N. coalition against terrorism (November 1)

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CNN's Carol Lin shows how easy it is to buy an illegal high-powered weapon in Pakistan (November 1)

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Pentagon officials say that the U.S. carpet bombed Taliban front-line positions. CNN Jamie McIntyre reports (November 1)

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Continuous strikes against the Taliban appear to be having a unifying effect on many of the region's people. CNN's Nic Robertson reports (November 1)

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