Osama owns, operates Taleban: CIA
Osama bin Laden has provided an estimated $100 million in cash and military assistance to the ruling Taliban in Afghanistan over the last five years, CIA has told George Bush and his advisers.
Omar Sheikh's Diaries
He is suspected of sending $100,000 to WTC 'mastermind' Mohd Atta. In this
diary, the modern-day jehadi recounts his mission to free Maulana Masood
Smuggler's paradise in the shadow of gun
In Chaman, where Pakistan is sovereign, but Taleabn extremists call the
shots, the allied bombing and world crisis is measured in lost profits.
A city of exiles dreams of power regained
In Peshawar, the capital of the Afghan diaspora, exiled commanders, politicians and mullahs are waiting to be back on top in post-Taleban Afghanistan.
The New Normal
One month has elapsed since the attacks on America. People say their lives
are back to normal, but they also sense that 'normal' is different now -
serious, patriotic, more prayerful.
Morality and war
Osama claims to be leading a holy war. Yet his chosen means of warfare - the
fiery destruction of the World Trade Center - belied his claim. In the
Islamic tradition of jihad, it is forbidden for men to use fire, because
that is the weapon God will use in the Day of Judgment.
Russian forces already in action
Russian troops, wearing camouflage but no identifying badges, have secretly entered Afghanistan and are waiting with the anti-Taleban Northern Alliance for orders
to attack Kabul.
Warning of coded orders in video
The United States government believes that Osama bin Laden and his Al Qaeda
network may be sending out coded messages via videos it has recently put out
through the Arabic satellite channel al-Jazeera.
Honey trade provides money and cover to Al Qaeda
Osama bin Laden is using a network of shops that sell honey to generate
income and secretly move weapons, drugs and agents throughout his terrorist
Musharraf's game plan
Will General Pervez Musharraf keep his promise to follow the Supreme Court's
directive to restore civilian rule in the country by October 2002? Unlikely.
Man who has killed more Americans than anyone else
The founder of Hezbollah, Imad Mughniyah, is a man with no face -- a
terrorist Western intelligence agencies have been chasing for more than 20
years and still have no idea what he looks like.
Anthrax strain "identified'
Federal investigators trace ``unique characteristics'' of the anthrax that
killed a Florida man to a strain harvested at an Iowa facility in the 1950s.
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