Nato chief warns of 'poor man's nuclear bomb' risk
Lord Robertson, the Nato Secretary-General, gave a warning yesterday that attacking forces in Afghanistan are under the threat of biological and chemical weapons.
At home with the Taleban
While US bombs dropped on his country, an Afghan official and his two wives
welcomed me into their living room and talked of marriage, music and
memories of dining in the World Trade Center's starry restaurant.
New Weapons for a New War
New and redesigned weapons since the Gulf War are being counted on by the US
military to fight terrorism in Operation Enduring Freedom. A rundown.
Islamic group says Blair "legitimate target"
A radical Islamic group says Prime Minister Tony Blair has become a "legitimate target" for Muslims since Britain joined U.S.-led strikes on Afghanistan.
CIA seeks to turn Taleban commanders
CIA agents have launched an effort to win the loyalty of local dissident commanders in the country, by using money or fear.
Everyone wants to be a spy these days
Since the September 11 terrorist attacks in America, the CIA has seen a massive surge in job applications by people with a newfound desire to serve their country.
The next twist in the war
As the bombing continues, the Northern Alliance is preparing for its final advance. America will welcome this, but it will also complicate the conflict ahead.
Arafat decides to gamble on the West
The Palestinian leader knows his people's bitterness towards America better
than anyone. For years, he has deftly capitalised on it. But now he is
taking brutal measures to stop them from expressing it.
Conflict Will Follow Taliban's Fall
And the US will be drawn into it at the expense of its primary mission of
rooting out Osama and his band of terrorists.
'What does the world want from us?'
Fear and anger are spreading in Kabul as residents spend terrifying nights
under US bombing and frustrating days cleaning up the rubble and worrying
what will come next.
London, a haven for terrorist money
Osama bin Laden's extensive financial interests in Britain are outlined
today in a French parliamentary report that says the city is a money
laundering haven for billions of pounds of tainted and terrorist money.
Diseases could be US forces' deadliest foe
Soviet soldiers in Afghanistan were hit by typhoid, hepatitis, malaria,
cholera, and even the plague. But these are not what frighten public health officials in the US. They fear the unknown.
Bush & Blair have lost the talking war in Mideast
Whether it be a Lebanese minister, a Saudi journalist, a Jordanian bank
clerk or an Egyptian resident, the response is: Mr bin Laden's voice
articulates the demands, grievances and fury of Middle East Muslims.
A book that is influencing Downing Street
Tony Blair's plans for post-Taleban Afghanistan are heavily influenced by a
book that argues that the country's stability lies in a multi-tribal
government in which bordering states do not seek predominant influence.
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