Laura King

Los Angeles Times

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Kabul-based correspondent for the Los Angeles Times

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In another demonstration of continued strength today, insurgents attacked a luxury hotel on a lake near Kabul where some 300 elite Afghans were holding a party.

Taliban Attack Hotel outside Kabul

In another demonstration of continued strength today, insurgents attacked a luxury hotel on a lake near Kabul where some 300 elite Afghans were holding a party.

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The Taliban have said they'll only talk peace with the US, claiming Afghanistan's President Karzai is no more than an American puppet.

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The Taliban have said they'll only talk peace with the US, claiming Afghanistan's President Karzai is no more than an American puppet.

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