Osama letters order US massacre
Letters allegedly written by Osama bin Laden to his supporters in London
called on members of his Al Qaeda to acquire weapons of mass destruction and
urged them to "kill, fight, create traps and destroy" Americans.
China bans middle east visitors
China has put people from 20 countries and areas across the region,
including Israel, on a secret security blacklist ahead of this week's Asia
Pacific Economic Co-operation summit (APEC) in Shanghai.
For this Muslim woman, Osama is a big joke
Shazia Mirza is fast becoming the world's most wanted Muslim woman. She is highly sought after because she tells jokes about Osama bin Laden.
The beginnings of justice against Al Qaeda
Sentencing hearing is Thursday for four men guilty in bombings of two US
Signs of a cunning bioterrorist
The high-grade form of anthrax in a letter sent to Senator Tom Daschle has
forced authorities to the conclusion that the perpetrators are much more
sophisticated than many originally believed.
No man's land on Pak-Afghan border being reduced
Pakistan authorities are moving Chaman border checkpoint more than one
kilometre nearer to the Durand Line and reducing the existing over 2km no
man's corridor between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Waging war by remote control
The United States is for the first time flying armed, unmanned aircraft into
combat and controlling them with operators back home thousands of miles from
the battlefield in Afghanistan.
The Power of Negative Thinking
The job right now isn't to make the world better but to limit the ability of
others to make it worse.
Shadow of Fear
As bombs fall on Afghanistan and bioterrorism rears its head at home, a
nation nervously tries to gauge the threat.
Vision of postwar Afghanistan gels
Role seen for deposed Afghan king, émigrés, factions; UN discusses
Mercenaries home in on Osama
Over a dozen mercenary groups are in Afghanistan hoping to hit the $ 25
million jackpot placed on Osama bin Laden's head.
China cracks down on Muslim separatists
America's war on terror has given China the opportunity to step up its own
campaign against Islamic militants.
Anthrax muddle: Many voices, few facts
As public worry about anthrax attacks increases, Bush administration
officials and congressional leaders have been responding with inconsistent
and, at times, incorrect information about the incidents.
The current crisis has exposed a global network of terrorist groups: Who are
they? And what do they want?
Riddle of the missing Taleban minister
Abdul Wakil Muttawakil, the moderate Taleban foreign minister, has not been
seen for more than a week, fuelling speculation that he may have defected
after a row with the hardline justice minister Mullah Muhammad Turabi.
Insider trading probe comes up empty
Agencies continue to search for evidence that some organisations may have
profited on the share markets from the attacks.
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