A suicide bombing killed the mayor of Kandahar, Afghanistan's second largest city. The mayor died when an assassin detonated explosives hidden in his turban, as the mayor met with tribal elders. NBC's Kate Snow reports. (Nightly News)
A crowd of angry Afghan citizens took to the streets in Kabul Friday shouting "death to America" after four Afghans were killed in an accident involving U.S. contractors. The rioting marked the end of the deadliest month for U.S. forces in Afghanistan. NBC's Jim Maceda reports. (Nightly News)
Hoping Kandahar will prove to be a turning point in the war in Afghanistan, the U.S. military has adopted a strategy: Win this city, and the rest of the country will follow. NBC's Richard Engel reports. (Nightly News)
Two people are injured after a car bomb explodes outside a NATO base in Kandahar. This attack is the latest in a string of bombings targeting NATO forces in Afghanistan. TODAYshow.com's Dara Brown reports.