Taleban fight back

Kate Clark examines how the Taleban are managing to fight back against the most sophisticated armies in the world and asks where their weapons are coming from.

Kate Clark examines how the Taleban are managing to fight back against the most sophisticated armies in the world and asks where their weapons are coming from.



CHALLENGES FACING OBAMA

Schoolchildren in Afghanistan Afghan reconstruction examined


US soldier in Afghanistan Soldiers' fight persists post-war


Border patrol in Afghanistan Afghanistan's suicide bombers


A soldier The 'battle' for Musa Qala


US troops in Afghanistan US progress in Afghanistan


Afghan Nato tensions

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OTHER NEWSNIGHT REPORTS

Musa Qala Musa Qala battle


Afghan men Hearts and minds


General David Richards General's view


'Terror spy' speaking to the BBC Inside al-Qaeda


Afghan child working Herat's children


Afghanistan scene With the Taleban


EXTERNAL LINKS AND FURTHER READING





LIFE IN PICTURES

Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai at the 62nd session of the United Nations General Assembly, 25 September, 2007


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