Northern Alliance tells US to butt out
Ravam Farhadi, the Northern Alliance ambassador at the United Nations, said today that deciding who should take over in Afghanistan "is not the American business.''
US considers advertising on Al-Jazeera
Charlotte Beers, the State Department's chief of public diplomacy, is weighing an unconventional strategy to get the US message across in the Muslim world
The Unhysterical Guide
A Common Sense Guide to Staying Safe.
US buys up all satellite war images
The Pentagon has spent millions of dollars to prevent western media from
seeing highly accurate civilian satellite pictures of the effects of bombing
in Afghanistan, it was revealed yesterday.
America's dubious ally: Pakistan's ISI
Almost a decade of close, supportive relationships with Taleban political
and military leaders by specialists in the ISI's "Afghan cells" will be
difficult to suddenly turn on its head.
In the spotlight: Colin Powell
Five sites profiling the US secy of State
Anthrax mailed to senate was of potent strain
The anthrax mailed to the office of the Senate majority leader was highly
refined, consisting of particles so tiny that they could spread through the
air without detection
London newspaper tries to buy bio-agents online
Scotland Yard's anti-terrorist branch has reprimanded The Sunday Times after the newspaper was caught trying to buy biological and chemical agents on the internet in a covert reporting assignment.
First clues in Anthrax hunt
Similarities are detected in the handwriting of letters containing anthrax,
but so far investigators find no link with "organised terrorism".
US TV network yanks Anthrax episode
CBS has yanked Thursday's episode of "The Agency" because of its too-timely
plot: a CIA effort to fight an anthrax threat to the United States.
Knives on Canadian airliner investigated
Officials in Canada are trying to determine when two X-Acto knives were
placed aboard an Air Canada plane that was bound for New York on September
Email goes to war
In the First World War, it was photography and mass-circulation newspapers;
in the Second World War, it was newsreel and radio; and in the Vietnam War,
it was television that brought home the news. In the current conflict, it is
email that has captured the essence of war.
Seymour Hersh on the vulnerability of Saudi royals.
Muslims break ranks with US
US relations with Saudi Arabia and Pakistan are approaching crisis point.
Behind Northern Alliance Lines, Women are Invisible
A Time Magazine correspondent finds AK-47s and US aid rations at bargain
basement prices in Khoja Bahauddin bazaar, but no women
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