Afghan Forces Fail to Find Bin Laden in Tora Bora
By Charles Aldinger
Sunday December 16 10:32 AM ET
BAGRAM AIRBASE, Afghanistan (Reuters) - Osama bin Laden, the United States' main quarry in Afghanistan, remained outside its clutches Sunday as Afghan forces said they had virtually
British General in Afghanistan to Plan Peacekeeping
By Sayed Salahuddin
Sunday December 16 10:14 AM ET
KABUL (Reuters) - A British army general said on Sunday he had arrived in Kabul to discuss the size and composition of an international peacekeeping force, even as Afghan leaders have
Three U.S. Marines Wounded in Afghan Mine Blast
Sunday December 16 9:48 AM ET
CAMP RHINO, Afghanistan (Reuters) - Three U.S. Marines were wounded on Sunday when one stepped on what appeared to have been a mine while clearing ordnance from Kandahar
Rumsfeld sees Afghan leaders at Kabul air base
Sunday December 16, 9:01 PM AFP
US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld held talks at this war-battered air base with Afghanistan's interim leaders during the highest-level US visit to the country in more than two decades.
Report says al Qaeda notebook outlines attack on London
Sunday December 16, 9:48 PM
LISBON (Reuters) - A notebook found in an al Qaeda base in Afghanistan contains apparent details of a planned bomb attack on London, the Portuguese weekly newspaper Expresso reported.
Smiling Afghans celebrate Eid free of Taliban
By Sayed Salahuddin and Sebastian Alison
Sunday December 16, 9:16 PM
KABUL/TORA BORA, Afghanistan (Reuters) - The hardline Taliban are gone, Afghan women are free to show smiling faces long hidden behind veils and men can shave their beards.
87 Pakistani members of Taliban, al-Qaeda arrested
Kabul, Dec 16, IRNA -- A senior commander of the Afghan United Front, General Abdulmajid, said in Mazar-i-Sharif on Sunday that 87 Pakistani members of Taliban militia and al-Qaeda
Iran says foreign role in Afghanistan poses more dangers
By Parisa Hafezi
Sunday December 16, 5:47 PM
TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran, deeply concerned about the involvement of its arch-enemy the United States in neighbouring Afghanistan, said on Sunday that foreign intervention could lead
Afghan children crippled by explosive "toys"
By Jeremy Page
Sunday December 16, 1:38 PM
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (Reuters) - The glint in the sand caught seven-year-old Ali Mohammad's eye and he picked up the shiny metallic object to show it to his brother and sister.
EU steps back from warning on widening Afghan war
By Mike Peacock
Sunday December 16, 1:06 PM
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union stepped back on Saturday from a proposal to urge the United States not to widen its war on terrorism beyond Afghanistan.
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