- Newsmaker: Weather and Terrain Frustrate Operation Anaconda
After 6 days of heavy fighting, Taliban and al Qaeda guerrillas are still resisting in Paktia province southeast of Kabul. Today, a column of tanks and fresh Afghan troops was sent to support 1200 Americans and 200 other western soldiers. Esther Schrader, of the Los Angeles Times, says it-s -just what the Pentagon had hoped to avoid.-
- Reporter-s Notebook: French Documentary Filmmakers Follow FDNY Trainees
On Sunday, March 10, almost exactly six months since September 11, CBS will air a 90-minute documentary called 9/11. The raw footage, which has already been used for training purposes in New York firehouses, has never been shown in public. Gedeon Naudet, who co-produced the film with his brother Jules, previews the dramatic footage, human drama and his homage to the heroes of the New York Fire Department.
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