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Northern Alliance claims five more provinces

After marching into Kabul, the Northern Alliance on Tuesday claimed to have captured five more provinces, including the eastern city of Jalalabad.

Younis Qanooni, the newly appointed head of the military commission for Kabul, told a news agency that the Taleban had lost Nangarhar, Kunar and Laghman provinces in the east along with Ghazni in the south and Farah in the west.

"According to the written reports that I have received, the Muslim people of the eastern zone in general, and also Ghazni and Farah, have been liberated," he said.

Meanwhile, United States President George W Bush said he was "very pleased" with the developments in Afghanistan

"The president is very pleased with the progress of the war," White House spokesman Ari Fleischer said.

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