Support for war ebbs worldwide
In polls worldwide, many remain sympathetic to the US, but find bombing hard to justify.
Passenger carried 7 knives and stun gun
A man carrying seven knives, a stun gun and a tear-gas canister passed
through a checkpoint at one of America's busiest airports.
Does Osama have the N-bomb?
US President George Bush says the nuclear
threat is real. A sting operation in Istanbul yields a kilogram of uranium
sourced from a former Soviet republic. And Osama is in the market for a
Russian scientist warns of smallpox terror risk
The Russian scientist in charge of one of the last known deposits of the
smallpox virus called yesterday for the reintroduction of mass vaccination, saying terrorists could easily lure underpaid former Soviet researchers to turn it into a weapon.
Pakistan hunts for terror suspect
Pakistan authorities have launched a nationwide hunt for a key suspect in
the September 11 terrorist attacks.The German national apparently entered
the country from Afghanistan, and is believed to be in Karachi.
What do tighter US borders meant for everyone from tourists to tech workers.
Massoud's Assassins Had Much Wider Goal
Suicide bombers were thwarted in plan to target full Northern Alliance
Ground War Strategies: Part 1
There is, at the root of American ground strategy in Afghanistan, a logical inconsistency that must either be reconciled or overcome by sheer power. A look at the goals of each side in the next phase of war.
Taleban counter-attack injured 12 elite US soldiers'
What happened when the Special Forces landed in Afghanistan? Seymour Hersh
reports on the escape and evasion over the ground war.
Bloody pages of a killing manual
Filling 11 volumes and circulated both in book form and on CD-Rom to
terrorist instructors, the Encyclopaedia of Jehad offers guidance on how to
inject frozen food with biochemical agents to create mass panic, rig up a
door lock to explode when the handle is turned, and bring down a plane with
Listening for Islam's silent majority
As Osama bin Laden calls for a jihad, and militants rally, where are the
Finding Osama in the Spirit World
In Pakistan, an old man says he knows how to locate bin Laden
Rabbani 'gave passports' to Al Qaeda fighters
Hundreds of Arab extremists thought to be fighting alongside Osama bin Laden
were given citizenship by the former Afghan government, whose leaders are
now allies of America, according to documents provided by the Taliban on
The indispensable ally grows more confident
After nervous start in mid-September, when he took the gamble of switching
Pakistan's allegiance to the United States, General Musharraf has seemed to
grow in confidence, to the point where he plans to leave Pakistan this week
for the first time since the start of the war.
Flaws in Northern Alliance armour
The anti-Taleban army facing its enemy on the critical front north of Kabul,
known to the rest of the world as the Northern Alliance, likes to call
itself the United Front. But it is becoming increasingly clear that there
are, in fact, two anti-Taleban armies.
The Ames strain of anthrax
How a sick cow in Iowa may have helped to create a lethal bioweapon.
Taleban was ready to hand over Osama in 1998
The Taliban leader, Mullah Mohammed Omar agreed three years ago to hand over
Osama bin Laden, but changed his mind after US cruise missile attacks, the
former head of Saudi Arabian intelligence said yesterday.
What next for World Trade Center?
Rarely have so many had so much invested in the shape and outcome of an
Kids who grew up with peace and prosperity are facing their defining moment.
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