Hamid Mir says changed Osama more aggressive
"Before I didn't see too many people around him," said Hamid Mir, who became
the first journalist to interview Osama Bin Laden after the attacks. "This
time, the people around him were treating him like their spiritual leader.
Previously I noticed that Dr Zawahiri was dominating, but this time Osama
bin Laden was dominating.
Hundreds of Pakistanis massacred in Mazar-e-Sharif
Pro-Taleban Pakistani fighters appear to have been systematically massacred
Analysis: The Taleban Collapse
It took the Taleban nearly four years to capture much of northern
Afghanistan and the capital Kabul - between 1994 and 1998. It has taken just
a few days for the Islamist militia to abandon its hard-fought gains. Why?
Executions of POWs cast doubts on Alliance
The killings suggest that Northern Alliance soldiers might prove difficult
to control as their victories build.
Two wars, many fears
There are two wars in Afghanistan now, a northern campaign that is rapidly
entering its final stages and a southern campaign that is just beginning.
Osama family ties bind, bedevil a Syrian clan
Najwa Ghanem's family is terribly worried about her safety. Not only is the
mother of 11 living in the Taliban-controlled section of Afghanistan--she is
married to the world's most wanted man, Osama bin Laden.
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8, 9 |
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