'China paid Osama to access cruise missiles'
China paid Osama bin Laden several million dollars for access to unexploded American cruise missiles left over from the US attack on his bases three years ago, a senior alleged Al-Qaeda agent in Europe has claimed.
What if U.S. captured, tried Osama bin Laden?
Justice Department studying options in case Saudi is brought to justice
Money trails leads to Gulf accounts
Three suspected hijackers wired $15,000 to an exchange house in United Arab
Emirates on eve of the attacks.
Bombing Carves a Rift Among US Muslims
Antiwar sentiment grows amid concerns about civilian casualties and the
prospect of a wider war.
Mullahs urge Alliance to join holy war
Taleban envoys are trying to exploit growing anti-Western sentiment among
their enemies in the Northern Alliance by asking them to join a holy war
against the "infidel".
Soldiers train hard, await call
'Before, we were looking at it like just another rotation. Now, it's
'Pretend this is Afghanistan.'
US Commandos raid and return
About 100 US commandos carried out an operation in southern Afghanistan. Officials said the commandos returned to base after several hours inside the country. There was no word on possible casualties.
Email scam preys on donors
What appears to be a donation request from America's three largest
fund-raisers -- Red Cross, the United Way of New York City and the New York
Community Trust -- is actually the latest in a series of internet scams.
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