News Update: War on Terrorism


Michael Sullivan
* NPR Correspondent in Islamabad, Pakistan

Raymond Offenheiser
* Director of Oxfam America (Oxfam International is one of the relief agencies administering food and supplies)

Shawn Mccarthy
* Parlimentary Bureau Chief for the Globe and Mail (in Ottawa, Canada)

Republican Senator Bill Frist of Tennessee and Deputy Surgeon General, Dr. Kenneth Moritsugu, Roger Gibbs of the Department of Defense Briefing on Anthrax Exposure Cases on Capitol Hill

As the US war on terrorism continues in Afghanistan, here at home Americans are on high alert as more cases of exposure to anthrax are reported. People in New York, Florida and Washington continue to be tested for anthrax AND authorities have asked Americans to watch for "suspicious mail." Join Neal Conan for the latest developments and news events live as they happen.

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