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Unbowed by limited U. The Afghan men died as the airstrikes set off new clashes between the opposition Northern Alliance and the Taliban regime, which is still a powerful enemy after more than two weeks of bombing. The recent airstrikes on the front line north of Kabul, the Afghan capital, are often described outside the country as intense and relentless, but to Afghans hardened by almost 23 years of war, they are intermittent pinpricks.
Bombing raids that began along the front line closest to Kabul on Sunday usually last less than an hour and have occurred only twice a day, at most. That leaves the Taliban troops a lot of time to regroup and take out their revenge on Afghan civilians, said Bari Yali, a shop owner who survived the rocket attack on Charikar. Tuesday to strike the Taliban front line, but after a few bombing runs, they were gone again, and there was no letup in the sporadic firing across the front line.
One of the jets fired off flares from the rear to confuse any heat-seeking missiles the Taliban might fire. Opposition soldiers watching the attacks from the village of Sinjit Dara, near the Bagram air base, said the Taliban still has surface-to-air missiles in the area. When warplanes came back at about 6: They returned several times before midnight, with what sounded like a propeller-driven spotter plane to search for targets. Northern Alliance soldiers confirmed that at least two of the bombs dropped by U.
Although no one was injured, several Northern Alliance troops were almost hit, soldiers said in interviews. Witnesses to the Taliban rocket attack at about noon Tuesday identified the two victims as Aqa Shareen, a man who had lost both legs in a mine blast and eked out a living selling tea at the roadside, and Sheik Rasul, who owned a vegetable shop. Sixteen people were injured in Charikar, the largest town near Kabul that is under Northern Alliance control.
His gray beard was smeared with dried blood. A nephew leaned over to gently kiss the corpse as a woman cloaked in a blue burka, the traditional covering for Afghan women, was escorted into a small room where mourners wailed behind a locked door.