I crucified people: Taleban bodyguard
torturing people for three years, a member of the Taleban secret
police bares all.
The President dials a coalition
phone calls since September 11 (PDF download).
Protection money funds terror operations
Oil companies in
South America and Middle Eastern airlines are paying to protect their
business from being damaged, according to Forbes Global magazine.
It's a man thing
Why the young men
Osama bin Laden's group are so scary.
Terrorists may be plotting in Asia
suggests that American tourists overseas, particularly in Asia could be
a target of plots and assassinations.
'Hundi' system may foil investigators
US authorities look
at the 'hundi' system of transferring money, a system that might have
been used by the Al Qaeda and other terrorist networks.
Funding the 'heroes' of Islam
The Al Rasheed
based in Pakistan has been named by the Bush adminstration as one of
organisations funding terrorist activities. An inside look at its
offices in Islamabad.
What went wrong
Seymour Hersh on
failure of American intelligence agencies.
CIA's covert Afghan mission
agency has been seeking Osama for three years in
Osama's family: On both sides of the terror war
The bin Ladens are
on both sides of the terrorist war: building military
bases and embassies and allegedly blowing them up, serving as advisers
the Saudi royal
family and attempting to topple it, living in palaces and
hiding out in caves.
Roots of Rage
Grievances over US
policy in the Middle East combined with Islamic
make a toxic mix.
CNN: Video interview with Pervez Musharraf
Part 1 | Part 2 |
Saddam Hussein has germ warfare arsenal
A defecting Iraqi
physicist has charged that the country is expanding its chemical and
biological weapons arsenal.
Pak planning coup in Afghanistan
According to highly
placed sources, Pakistan is trying to replace the Taleban by organising
a coup that will kill or depose the leader Mullah Mohammed Omar.
SPOTLIGHT: Mohammed Zahir Shah
Once (and future?) Afghan king?
All eyes turn to
86-year-old King Mohammad Zahir Shah, deposed in 1973. This weekend,
Shah met with several
commanders of the anti-Taleban groups to discuss
a two-year transition to democracy.
Afghanistan's turbulent history
A BBC special
feature on the former king of Afghanistan.
The man who wants to be king again
An interview with
the last king of Afghanistan, who ascended the throne at the age of 19
and was displaced from his position during a coup, while he was in
UN moots return of Afhan king
The United Nations
and Washington discuss the possibility of reinstalling former Afghan
king as the head of an interim government.
Radio message from His Majesty
A message broadcast
by the deposed king over Azadi Afghan Radio in 1999, asking for the
country to fight against the current tragic situation.
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