US fears terrorists may retaliate with more strikes
Senior administration officials and lawmakers warned yesterday that
terrorists might strike in retaliation for the collapse of the Taliban in
Afghanistan, amid reports that Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda network may have
been trying to develop chemical and nuclear weapons.
Taleban Withdrawal Was Strategy, Not Rout
If the United States and its allies misread the Taleban withdrawal as a rout, they could quickly find themselves locked in a nasty guerrilla war in Afghanistan
Al Qaeda's Kabul home stocked for Jihad
When members of Osama bin Laden's foreign legion ran for their lives from
the once-comfortable Kabul neighborhood of Wazir Akbar Khan this week, they
left behind a home equiped for holy war.
Osama's poison manual
A fresh horror emerged from the ruins of post-Taleban Kabul yesterday with
the discovery of al-Qaeda plans for manufacturing the biological poison.
Fear still hangs over Kabul
Terror of the Taliban has been replaced by fear of a new round of
bloodletting and ethnic cleansing as rival factions lay claim to the capital
Eyewitness: How Mazar-e-Sharif fell
The first journalist into Mazar-e-Sharif hears out the Northern Alliance
commander's version of how the city fell
'We don't want your peacekeepers'
Victorious Northern Alliance insists international peacekeeping force is
Osama's next hiding place
If the world's most wanted man decides to leave Afghanistan, the
consequences could be disastrous for his next port of call
Terrorists getting away, in delay over advance on Kunduz
The Northern Alliance says it's ready to move on the northern Afghan city of
Kunduz. But while forces delay, top-level terrorists may be getting away
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