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U.S. Jets Pound Suspected Taliban Positions

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U.S. Jets Pound Suspected Taliban Positions

U.S. Jets Pound Suspected Taliban Positions

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U.S. fighter jets and helicopters assault suspected Taliban regions in southern Afghanistan, where fierce fighting has increased in the last week. Almost two years after U.S. forces drove the Taliban from the capital city of Kabul, warlords continue to control outlying areas. Hear NPR's Michael Sullivan.

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