Taleban brass talks of handing over Osama
US commandos are hunting Osama bin Laden with high-tech surveillance traps,
heat-seeking spy planes and suitcases full of cash, even as a number of
Taliban commanders in southern Afghanistan have offered to deliver the
terrorist to the US, according to Pakistan and US officials.
'America will fall to the ground'
Interview with Taleban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar.
Taleban troops retreating into Pakistan
About 3,000 Taliban and Al Qaeda fighters have crossed into Pakistan along
its western frontier since Sunday, when Taliban troops began retreating from
some of Afghanistan's major cities, Pakistani intelligence officials said.
Evidence points to Al Qaeda's pursuit of bioweapons
Coalition intelligence agencies say they have discovered evidence of
transactions involving sophisticated laboratory equipment, along with a new
bioterrorism manual distributed to cells of the al Qaeda terrorist network.
What next for Taleban?
By strategically handing over key Afghan cities to the Northern Alliance before melting into the mountainsides, the Taliban tossed political hand grenades at the United States. Part 4 of the Ground War Strategies.
'We don't want your peacekeepers'
Victorious Northern Alliance insists international peacekeeping force is
Special forces hunt Al Qaeda on the ground
More than 100 American commandos are in southern Afghanistan, driving around
in special vehicles and carrying out covert operations.
Taleban faces revolt in the south
Uprising by Pashtun tribal groups is the shift US had been seeking.
Grisly payback in captured territories
A reporter finds headless corpses -- and shifting allegiances -- in the
recently captured Afghan city of Taloqan
A PBS special on biowarfare. Includes history, guide to weapons, germ
defences, interviews with biowarriors and more.
Wake of destruction in Kabul
The Taliban's retreat was marked by looting and vandalism of offices.
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