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Afghanistan / Kandahar Surrender / Military Campaign #724305

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 06, 2001
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Report introduced.

(Pakistani-Afghan border: Nic Robertson) The negotiation of the surrender of Kandahar featured; details given of the uncertain fate of non-Afghan Taliban fighters and of efforts to force Mullah Mohammed Omar to denounce terrorism. [Voice of Afghanistan interim government chairman Hamid KARZAI†- describes some of the terms of the surrender agreement.]

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) More about the war on terror on “Live from Afghanistan with Nic Robertson” noted.

(Pentagon: Jamie McIntyre) The latest developments in the military campaign in Afghanistan reviewed; details given of concerns that Karzai might cut a deal with Omar and other top Taliban and of US casualties in a helicopter crash at the Marine base at Camp Rhino; scenes shown of the burning helicopter. [Secretary of Defense Donald RUMSFELD†- says Omar does not deserve the medal of freedom.] [Joint Chiefs Vice Chairman Gen. Peter PACE†- comments on the search for Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden.]

Blitzer, Wolf;
Robertson, Nic;
McIntyre, Jamie

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