US could target Iraq too
Top White House officials Sunday would not rule out the possibility that Iraq might also be subject to U.S. military action in the campaign against terrorism.
Egyptian surgeon is Laden's No 2
Ayman al-Zawahiri, 50, was the leader of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad, the terrorist group blamed for the 1981 assassination of President Anwar el-Sadat.
At the heart of Al Qaeda lies a destructive devotion
The Al Qaeda depicted in the 76-day US Embassy bombing trial is capable of relentless, selfless efficiency and, at the same time, amateurish dysfunction.
US measures may incite domestic terror
As the US concentrates of fighting terrorism outside the country, it might face increased attacks from within.
Ground Zero, the day after
A pilgrimage to the "ash-covered canyon" that was once the World Trade Center.
US warns of possible attack this week
The United States has warned its allies of a possible second round of attacks by the end of this week following the deadly strikes on New York and Washington.
Site of the Day: The Peacemakers Speak
Nobel Peace Laureates share their insights and thoughts about the terror strikes on America.
Benazir Bhutto on Sept 11, Pakistan and War
The United States must demand a democratic Pakistan to stave off a true catastrophe in the future, says the former Pak PM.
Who's Who in the Terror War
A map showing the key players and how they are aligned.
Covert mission to capture or kill Osama
US Special Operations Forces have begun moving into countries bordering Afghanistan.
The Making of a Terrorist
Rage was born in Egypt, nurtured in Germany and inflicted on the US.
High-level studies warned of threat
A 1999 Pentagon report prepared by defense employees titled "Transforming Defense: National Security in the 21st Century", warned of a likely terrorist attack and stressed on the need to beef up homeland security.
Rumours of War
This site which will help you separate the true from the false.
Israeli Intelligence suspects Iraqi hand
Aman, the Israeli military intelligence, suspects that Iraq is behind the attacks in the US.
Meanwhile, Iraq denies role in US attacks.
Bracing for mayhem
Thousands of Afghans
are fleeing the country amid fears of US strikes
Tower collapse caused seismic shock
impacts on the twin towers of the World Trade Center and their
subsequent collapse shook the ground with the force of a small
Radio station pulls out songs
Clear Channel, a
company that owns about 1,170 radio stations in the US, has circulated
a list of 150 songs and asked its stations to avoid playing them because
of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. But this
site has a different story to tell
Taleban leader goes into hiding
World map showing casualties by country
chilling voice from Flight 11
A telephone call from
a flight attendant details for the first time the frantic struggle as
hijackers slit the throat of a passenger and stormed the cockpit.
timeline, profiles, alliances, related stories and more.
Iraqi links being probed
Atta may have met an Iraqi intelligence officer.
are also looking at the possibility that more than four
airliners were to have been hijacked.
Britney Spears and Pamela Anderson
The real world's most
wanted man is the virtual world's most searched keyword. Displacing sex,
MP3s, jokes and Britney
Laden's financial network
Ostrich raising in
Kenya. Forestry interests in Turkey. Diamond trading in Africa.
Bridge construction in Sudan. Agricultural holdings in Tajikistan.
enlisting for war?
While college students who passionately support the U.S.
war on terrorism aren't
sure they want to die in it,
senior citizens sign
up to hunt for bin Laden at the
Where once the towers stood
A remarkable picture
from space of the devastation
Limbs of no body
An Iranian filmmaker
talks about Afghanistan few people know
-- or even care about.
Bin Laden's Radical Form of Islam
interpretations of the Koran don't condone terrorist violence
Palm responds to terrorist tragedy
A few swift Palm
developers have already created and published free downloads
last week's terrorist tragedy.
What the US troops are up against
Soviet vets warn:
Afghanistan is like nothing you have seen before
Laura Bush, Comforter In Chief
She has used network
television to advise parents and reassure
children. She has visited
attack victims and mourned with stricken families.
Often, she walks
hand in hand with her husband,
the only public testament to her
What future war looks like
A renowned author of
books on terrorism speculates
on what the first war of the 21st century may look like.
The Web has a heart
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