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America's New War / Afghanistan #654842

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Nov 11, 2001
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(Studio: Catherine Callaway) The movement of United Front troops toward the front line in Afghanistan and heavy shelling by United States fighter planes reported; details given of claims from Senator Dianne Feinstein that 22,000 United States labs can make anthrax.

(Studio: Catherine Callaway) Report introduced.

(Tashtikalah, northeastern Afghanistan: Satinder Bindra) Claims that Northern Alliance forces are pushing Taliban troops back in central Afghanistan and that three cities have been seized reported. [Northern Alliance foreign minister Dr. Abdullah ABDULLAH - says the Taliban has lost its main fighting force.]

(Studio: Catherine Callaway) Map shown of territory claimed by the Northern Alliance in Afghanistan. [Secretary of Defense Donald RUMSFELD - says the future government of Afghanistan must be broad-based.]

Bindra, Satinder;
Callaway, Catherine

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