13 September 2001 KABUL, 13 September (TCA)--Ahmad Shah Massoud, the commander of the forces opposing the Taliban regime in Afghanistan, was reportedly assassinated when a bomb in a television camera exploded during an interview he was giving. Massoud was being interviewed by two journalists, who according to sources, were allegedly terrorists from Algeria. While it […]

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