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Afghanistan War / Detainees / Al Qaeda Video / Kandahar #715847

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 14, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) The transfer of 30 more detainees from Afghanistan to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, reported.

(Kabul, Afghanistan: Dan Rather) The discovery of a videotape of Al Qaeda soldiers at a terrorist training camp & the bombing of an Al Qaeda complex in southeastern Afghanistan reported; scenes shown of the Al Qaeda videotape. [US Army Gen. Gary HARRELL - talks about changes in combat since the Vietnam era.] [In taped interview, President of Afghanistan Hamid KARZAI - says the "common man counts."]

(Kandahar, Afghanistan: Lee Cowan) The threat from armed Taliban members still roaming the streets in Kandahar examined; scenes shown of soldiers and other residents of Kandahar; amateur video shown of a firefight near Kandahar. [US Marine Corps Capt. Dan GREENWOOD - says Taliban forces "popped up" around nearby buildings.] [US Marine Corps Cpl. Mike SIMMONS - says half of the people around could be Taliban.]

Reporter(s):
Roberts, John;
Rather, Dan;
Cowan, Lee
Duration:
00:05:40

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