US training terrorists in its own backyard
The US has been training terrorists at a camp in Georgia for years - and it's still at it.
Terror cells can attack without approval
Osama bin Laden has delegated the authority to order new terrorist strikes to individual cells within his Al Qaida network, American intelligence officials believe
A journey to the heart of Taleban
After lengthy negotiations in the Pakistani border town of Quetta, the Taleban had invited seven Western journalists on a trip to their spiritual and administrative stronghold.
Pakistan: Sitting on a tinder box
Inside Pakistan is an army of Pashtun tribals ready to fight with their
Taleban brothers. This might easily ignite Pakistan's own ethnic tensions.
All suicide bombers are not alike
A journey to Gaza, Cairo and Hamburg in search of what really made September
Terror alert based on Al Qaeda intercepts
The Bush administration said today that its latest nationwide warning of
possible terrorist attacks resulted from credible intelligence sources, some
of them connected to Osama bin Laden's network, Al Qaeda.
Osama treated at Dubai hospital in July
Osama bin Laden underwent treatment in July at the American Hospital in
Dubai where he met a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) official, French
daily Le Figaro and Radio France International reported.
ISI: Ally or playing both sides?
Some accuse the Pakistan spy agency of playing a double game: pretending to
help while quietly allowing weapons to flow into Afghanistan after September
11, encouraging Pakistani religious parties to rally support for the Taleban
and turning a blind eye to many volunteers from Pakistan going across the
Afghan border to fight against US forces.
In wake of attacks, H-1B visa holders are worried
Foreign tech workers' hopes of staying in US may be jeopardised.
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