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Afghanistan War / Prisoners of War / Air Strikes #655897

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jan 13, 2002
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(Studio: Carol Lin) United States bombing on Al Qaeda training camps in Afghanistan and the readiness in Kandahar for the arrival of new troops reported.

(Pentagon: Kathleen Koch) The transfer of prisoners from the war in Afghanistan to Cuba and air strikes near the border with Pakistan featured. [Senator Joseph BIDEN - says the detainees are hard cases.] [Senator Joseph LIEBERMAN - says we have to keep Al Qaeda from reconstituting.] [Senator Fred THOMPSON - outlines the need of the new government.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) Statement from the Afghan chief justice that he wants the death penalty for Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden and Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar reported.

(Studio: Carol Lin) Efforts by animal rights activists to improve the conditions for the animals in the Kabul, Afghanistan, zoo reported.

Koch, Kathleen;
Lin, Carol

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