Source Pravda.Ru

Carrier-based Fighter Bombers Were Engaged In The Second Wave Of Air Strikes Against Afghanistan

On Monday with reference to Pentagon sources the "Fox-News" TV company reported that strategic bombers of the US Air Force did not participate in the second wave of strikes on targets in Afghanistan initiated on Monday. According to the sources, carrier-based fighter bombers from US air carriers stationed in the Arabian sea were engaged in the air strike. According to the report of the TV company, Taleban ambassador in Pakistan at the moment was refuting the fact of commencement of new air strikes against Afghanistan. Nevertheless witnesses report explosions in Kabul and Jelalabad.

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