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(Studio: John Roberts) The United Front's reluctant concession at the UN- sponsored Afghanistan leaders' summit to allow international peacekeepers in Afghanistan reported; scenes shown of the summit in Koenigswinter, Germany.
(Jalalabad, Afghanistan: Randall Pinkston) The search for terrorism sponsor Osama bin Laden in the mountains near Tora Bora, Afghanistan, featured; details given of the efforts of Taliban elders to persuade bin Laden and his associates to surrender in an effort to avoid combat. [Provincial Military Commander Haji ZAMAN - says he thinks bin Laden is near Tora Bora; says United States troops are not needed in the area.]
(Studio: John Roberts) The structure of the Tora Bora cave complex examined; computer animation shown of the Tora Bora caves; historical scenes shown of the Soviet attacks on Afghanistan.
(Studio: John Roberts) The capture of terrorist camp instructor Ahmed Abdel Rahman, son of 1993 World Trace Center bombing conspirator Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman, reported.
- Pinkston, Randall;
- Roberts, John
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