Conflict in Afghanistan Demands New Attention U.S. troop levels in Afghanistan could increase ahead of an anticipated Taliban offensive this spring. And there's a new report that the fugitive Taliban leader Mullah Omar is living in Pakistan.
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Conflict in Afghanistan Demands New Attention

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Conflict in Afghanistan Demands New Attention

Conflict in Afghanistan Demands New Attention

Conflict in Afghanistan Demands New Attention

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U.S. troop levels in Afghanistan could increase ahead of an anticipated Taliban offensive this spring. And there's a new report that the fugitive Taliban leader Mullah Omar is living in Pakistan. Journalist Ahmed Rashid, author of Taliban: Militant Islam, Oil and Fundamentalism in Central Asia, discusses developments with Renee Montagne.