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JANUARY 16, 2002

CNN's Catherine Bond reports al Barakaat, Somalia's largest company, is accused by the U.S. of helping finance al Qaeda (January 16)

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Criticism is mounting over U.S. treatment of Afghanistan war detainees being held at Guantanamo Naval Base. CNN's Sheila MacVicar reports (January 16)

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U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld thinks Osama bin Laden and Mullah Omar are still in Afghanistan. CNN's Jamie McIntyre reports (January 16)

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An Afghan doctor returns to Kabul to find critical medical conditions, and he's looking to the U.S. for help. Lisa Rose Weaver has the story (January 16)

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CNN's Christiane Amanpour looks at the instability and security issues facing the war-torn nation of Somalia (January 16)

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JANUARY 15, 2002

CNN's Bill Hemmer rides with the U.S. military on a daytime reconnaissance patrol in southern Afghanistan (January 15)

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JANUARY 11, 2002

CNN's Aaron Brown talked with General Tommy Franks about the transfer of al Qaeda prisoners and the U.S.-led mission in Afghanistan (January 11)

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JANUARY 10, 2002

CNN's Mark Potter looks at the history of the U.S. Naval Station at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and its latest role in housing al Qaeda and Taliban prisoners (January 10)

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Hundreds of captured al Qaeda and Taliban fighters are en route to a specially designed facility at a U.S. base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. CNN's Bob Franken reports (January 11)

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A contingent of U.S. Special Forces troops arrive in the Philippines as the first of a larger joint antiterrorist effort against Muslim guerrillas. CNN's Jamie McIntyre reports (January 10)

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The U.S. president returns to the fund-raising circuit hoping to use his wartime populartiy to help Republicans in this year's elections. CNN's John King reports (January 10)

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The Pentagon is investigating the crash of a U.S. Marine Corps refueling plane near a base in Pakistan. CNN's Jamie McIntyre reports (January 10)

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JANUARY 9, 2002

U.S. forces say they have captured more al Qaeda suspects as they move through eastern Afghanistan. CNN's Jamie Mcintyre reports (January 9)

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CNN's Bill Hemmer shows how the U.S. military moves cargo at night in Kandahar (January 9)

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Former U.N. refugee commissioner Sadako Ogata tours an Afghan village where refugees have gathered. CNN's Lisa Rose Weaver reports (January 9)

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CNN's Catherine Bond reports the next country the United States could target to look for al Qaeda cells and supporters might be Somalia (January 9)

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JANUARY 7, 2002

CNN's Jamie McIntyre says the Pentagon has given up on 'chasing shadows' of Osama bin Laden and Mullah Omar (January 7)

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The Pentagon is preparing a new home at a U.S. naval base in the Caribbean for captured al Qaeda and Taliban fighters. CNN's Kathleen Koch reports (January 7)

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The Iraqi president dismisses speculation that the U.S. may turn its military attention from Afghanistan to Iraq. CNN Rym Brahimi reports (January 7)

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JANUARY 4, 2002

CNN's John Vause reports a vital pass through the Hindu Kush mountains has been reopened, but it is not cleared of debris (January 4)

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Pakistan has detained Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef, the former Taliban ambassador, and is expected to deport him. CNN's Tom Mintier reports (January 4)

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Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Ross Chapman of San Antonio, Texas, is identified as the U.S. soldier killed in action Friday in Afghanistan. CNN's Bob Franken reports (January 4)

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Pakistan redeployed thousands of troops along its border with Afghanistan to cut off possible Taliban and al Qaeda escape routes. CNN Kamal Hyder reports (January 4)

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The U.S. launched their first bombing raids in days as the Pentagon steps up efforts to capture al Qaeda and Taliban leaders . CNN's Bob Franken reports (January 4)

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JANUARY 2, 2002

CNN's Bob Franken reports U.S. Marines have been doing surveys and collecting evidence from former Al Qaeda and Taliban facilities (January 2)

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CNN's John Vause reports that U.S. marines join the hunt for America's second most wanted man (January 2)

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