Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Chris Morris in Afghanistan about an NATO attack against two fuel tankers hijacked by the Taliban. The attack led to blasts that killed several civilians, and NATO has opened an investigation.
The Times of London is reporting that Italy paid the Taliban not to attack Italian soldiers in Afghanistan. Italy vehemently denies the story, but the story is raising questions. The World's Gerry Hadden reports.
Hamid Karzai has been declared the elected president of Afghanistan by poll officials. Karzai's challenger, Abdullah Abdullah had pulled out of the race.The first round of the vote, in August, was marred by mass electoral fraud. Matthew Bell reports.
Fighting erupted near the Serena Hotel and the presidential palace. Afghan President Karzai says security has now been restored. The Taliban said 20 of its fighters took part in the attack. The World's Matthew Bell reports on the brazen Taliban attack.
US, NATO and Afghan forces are now in the sixth day of their offensive against Taliban forces in Helmand. NATO officials say that militants battling coalition troops are running out of ammunition. We hear from The Washington Post's Joshua Partlow.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with reporter Derek Stoffel about the impending loss of fast food restaurants at American bases in Afghanistan following an order from the top U-S commander in Afghanistan, General Stanley McChrystal.