Taleban moderates read to make deal on Osama
A Taleban leader said moderates in his government would try to negotiate the
handover of Osama bin Laden if bombing stopped temporarily.
Three years ago, a former speechwriter to Presidents Reagan and Bush Sr,
predicted terror attacks on America. Never before has life been so
comfortable - but at what price, she asked. This is her warning
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Back tracking Anthrax envelopes tricky
Investigators have many tools, but postal experts say a major break will be needed to find senders
Secret loves and worries
Survivors of those who died in the attacks are stumbling across sometimes
shocking information in bills, receipts and diaries.
'Most Wanted' Imad Mugniyah thrown out of Iran
But American intelligence did not give any credibility to the report
published by a leading Arabic newspaper, Asharq Al-Awsat.
Anthrax fears shake the world
Confirmed cases of anthrax in the United States have sparked panic across an
already jittery world, and encouraged hoaxers to make the most of mounting
The epidemic of fear
All it takes are a couple of news reports and a few spores of
contaminate the sick bay.
Down and dirty
After a week of air strikes in Afghanistan, US special forces are putting
boots on the ground. Inside the war.
Geology may give Osama away
Geologists are examining rocks visible in a recent videotape of Osama bin
Laden, in hopes of shedding light on his whereabouts.
CIA had chance, but not authority to kill Taleban Leader
The American military missed a prime opportunity to kill the Taliban leader,
Mullah Omar Mohammed, seven days ago because of bureaucracy in the chain of
Allied bombing leaves Taliban frontline intact
One week of US bombing has disrupted Taleban logistics and communications,
closed down air operations and inflicted some 200 military casualties.
However, it has also had the effect of forcing hundreds of Taleban and
allied troops out of the city onto what is now a significantly reinforced
front line to the north.
Salvaging electronic last words
The mundane gains deeper meaning in September 11 messages.
Comedy series based on terror attacks planned
CBS, the television network, is considering a pilot for a comedy series whose plot arises out of the terrorist attacks.
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