2. Gun camera video showing air strikes by US F-16 and F-14 fighter bombers on positions in Afghanistan.
March 12 2002 - Arlington, Virginia
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Victoria Clarke, Pentagon spokesperson.
"The secretary used 'moppin up'. But there clearly is still work to be done and there clearly are other pockets of resistance we expect will pop up in other parts of Afghanistan."
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier General John Rosa Jr.
"The last 72 hours has been more sporadic, focussed on smaller pockets of Taliban and al-Qaida. But in an area this big and this diverse, with as many caves, I would say that there is still work to be done."
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Victoria Clarke, Pentagon spokesperson.
(Reporter: Is it US policy that these people, if they surrender, would be.....is it US policy that the United States would oppose them being alllowed to leave the scene of the battle or is it US policy that these people be turned into the United States forces as captives?)
"US policy depends on the people. And I don't think you can make a generalisation. We found in the last few weeks that there were a farmer, or at least a few farmers, who were mixed up with the crowd and we let them go. I don't think you can make a blanket assessment of the people who are there. I do think you can make a generalisation about the kind of people who are there who have made it very, very clear their intent thus far to fight to the end and to kill and wound our people and the Afghans who are fighting with them."
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Victoria Clarke, Pentagon spokesperson.
"The government of Yemen has made it clear they want to work with us, they want assistance in fighting the terrorism in their own back yard. We have about 20 people over there right now, a small team from Central Command that's working out the details of what will be done."