U.S. on high alert
CTV's Rosemary Thompson reports on the extra security precautions being taken across the United States after the U.S.-led strike on Afghanistan.
Britain joins U.S. attack on Afghanistan
CTV's Tom Kennedy reports on the mood in London following the attacks.
Canadian military ordered to mobilize
CTV's Roger Smith reports on Canadian reaction to the strikes on Afghanistan.
New war like nothing Taliban has faced
New York-based columnist Eric Margolis describes the campaign as David meets Goliath since much of the Taliban's military hardware is left over from the Afghanis' war against the Soviets two decades ago.
Canadian Afghanistan pleads for tolerance Ziyaad Mia of the Canada Muslim Civil Liberties Association tells Lloyd Robertston he's worried there may be another backlash against Muslim Canadians.
Bush: 'Now, the Taliban will pay a price'
United States President George Bush announces that U.S.-led strikes have begun in Afghanistan.
British subs fire missiles on Afghanistan
British Prime Minister Tony Blair said nuclear attack submarines have launched cruise missiles attacks against Osama bin Laden's training camps.
Chretien orders military to mobilize
Prime Minister Jean Chretien orders the Canadian military on full alert and offers the United States "certain commitments" following the strikes against Afghanistan.
Bin Laden calls strikes a 'war on Islam'
In a videotaped interview Osama bin Laden denouces the U.S. strikes, calling on Muslims to defend their religion as he vowed that Americans will never have safety and security "unless we and the Palestinians feel safe and secure as well."