Rebels delay attack on Kabul
Afghan rebels have agreed to delay a crucial offensive to take control of Kabul until an interim government can be established to replace the Taleban regime, a decision that could prolong military action in Afghanistan for weeks.
CIA using spies and cash to nab Osama
Armed with a virtual blank check from the Bush administration, the CIA is pouring operatives and money into Afghanistan, and has decided to pay a bounty to anyone who helps the agency capture or kill Osama bin Laden.
FBI let suspected terrorist get away
Agency questioned Abdul Rahman Yasin in connection with the 1993 bombing.
Now he's on the 'most wanted' list.
Different views from behind the Veil
For some women in the Muslim world, the veil they wear is a symbol of
oppression. For others, it's a symbol of freedom.
Western values prevail at Arab channel
In a part of the world where news has always been the news the government
wants, true or not, Al Jazeera is a true phenomenon.
Widow sues Taleban over September 11
The wife of a man who was killed in the attack on the World Trade Centre has
sued Osama bin Laden and Afghanistan's ruling Taleban in what is believed to
be the first civil case growing out of deadly strike.
How Bush should have responded to Osama
Instead of trying to censor TV networks the US President should have taken the terrorist head on. Here's what he could have said.
US govt wants its own private Net
The government may not have to worry about viruses and other Internet
threats on its sensitive data. That's because it may have a whole new
Internet of its own.
US trains Phillipine troops to fight terror
United States is sending a 'sizeable' military delegation to Manila as part
of efforts to crack down on militant groups linked to terrorist suspect
Osama bin Laden.
FBI warns of 'Skyfall" attack
In a dramatic statement, the FBI warned Thursday that Americans should
expect additional terrorist attacks. The content was disturbing enough, but
even stranger was the Web address of the press release: http://www.fbi.gov/pressrel/pressrel01/101101.htm.
Ex-CIA head to probe Iraqi ties
James Woolsey, a former CIA director, is seeking evidence that would justify
US attacks on Iraq, Pentagon officials said.
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