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Afghanistan War / Omar, Bin Laden Manhunt / Grange, Hosenball Interviews #656028

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 02, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with retired Army General David Grange abut the manhunt in Afghanistan for Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar and Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden. [GRANGE - predicts the area for hiding will shrink as the new Afghan government settles in; explains why it is important to catch or kill Omar, who offered bin Laden sanctuary in Afghanistan; describes the kind of military forces needed to carry out this kind of mission.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with "Newsweek" reporter Mark Hosenball about bin Laden. [From Washington, HOSENBALL - says it is believed that bin Laden is alive and is likely in Pakistan or Afghanistan; says the job in Afghanistan will not be done until bin Laden is found; points out bin Laden is the inspirational leader, thus his removal is important.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron
Duration:
00:07:50

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