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Afghanistan / Kandahar Surrender / Military Campaign #724315

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 07, 2001
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Report introduced.

(Pakistani-Afghan Border: Nic Robertson) The removal from power of the Taliban in Kandahar and Spin Boldak featured; details given about the search for Mullah Mohammed Omar and Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden and about the bombing in the mountains around Tora Bora; scenes shown from Spin Boldak and Tora Bora. The sense that bin Laden may be running out of places to hide discussed.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) More about the war on terror on “Live from Afghanistan with Nic Robertson” noted. The latest developments in the military campaign in Afghanistan reviewed; scenes shown from Camp Rhino, where US Marines have been involved in several clashes with Taliban forces. [US Central Command Gen. Tommy FRANKS†- says he does not expect a sense of comfort in Kandahar.]

Blitzer, Wolf;
Robertson, Nic

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