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What the end of bin Laden means
In the nearly 10 years since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States, if there was a man who could claim responsibility for single-handedly setting the world's agenda, it was Osama bin Laden. As the smiling face behind ...

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Osama's death a gift to resurgent al-Qaeda
By Praveen Swami

Ten years after 9/11, the jihadist movement it represented is stronger than ever before.

News Analysis
Relief tempered with fear of ‘backlash'
By Hasan Suroor

Osama bin Laden's death does not mark the end of the threat from terrorism, says British Prime Minister David Cameron.

A fork in the road for the U.S. in South Asia
By Siddharth Varadarajan

President Obama can call an end to the Fourth Afghan War and allow the Pakistani Army to fill the void, or he can shift tack and push for an end to the alliance between generals and jihadis that lies at the root of the region's terror complex.

The most wanted face of terrorism
By Kate Zernike and Michael T. Kaufman

With the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, Osama bin Laden was elevated to the realm of evil in the American imagination once reserved for leaders like Hitler and Stalin.

Barrier Reef expedition
A team comprising Japanese and Australian researchers have headed to the Osprey Reef of Queensland of Australia to start scanning parts of the Great Barrier Reef with a special deep-sea robot. The scientists are hoping the video will ...

Corrections and clarifications
In the news report, “People back at Jantar Mantar, it's war on corruption” (May 2, 2011), there was a reference to the former IPS officer Kabir Bedi. It should have been Kiran Bedi. It was an editing error. The Editorial, ...

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