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CNN war correspondents on 'Q&A'

(CNN) In CNN's continuing coverage of the war in Afghanistan, several CNN correspondents have set up shop in key locations of the country.

Among them are Satindra Bindra, Ben Wedeman, and Alessio Vinci. They recently spoke on CNN's "Q&A" about what it's like to be a journalist covering the action in the region.

Bindra is currently based in Taloqan, near Konduz, which is the last northern stronghold for the Taliban. The city is surrounded by thousands of Northern Alliance fighters, and Taliban commanders have apparently negotiated a surrender of their troops. But Bindra has reported fierce fighting that has continued into the weekend.

Wedeman is based in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. While the city fell into Northern Alliance hands surprisingly easily, according to military analysts, Wedeman has filed reports on diplomatic efforts in a city "pulverized" by bombing.

Vinci is based in the northern town of Mazar-e Sharif. Formerly held by the Taliban, it became the site of surrender talks between the Northern Alliance and Taliban commanders.



 
 
 
 



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