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Al-Qaeda supremo hunted down in Abbottabad near Islamabad; big political boost for President Obama
Justice rendered for 9/11 victims, says Obama
U.S. President emphasises that America is not at war with Islam
Pakistan exudes sense of quiet resignation
ISLAMABAD: It was with a sense of quiet resignation that Pakistan on Monday absorbed Barack Obama's announcement that Osama bin Laden had been killed in Abbottabad, a district that is a two-hour drive away from the federal capital. The ...
What now for al-Qaeda?
Al-Qaeda has become, in many ways, a social movement
ED granted permission to question Tapuriah
Mumbai: The Special Judge under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) on Monday granted permission to the Enforcement Directorate to interrogate Kolkata-based businessman Kashinath Tapuriah, an aide of Hasan Ali Khan, who has been ...
China focuses on stability in Pakistan
BEIJING: China has indicated it will deepen cooperation with Pakistan on counterterrorism issues and back its long-term strategic ally's efforts to maintain stability, in the wake of renewed international concern over the country's efforts to ...
BLOODY END TO A CAREER OF TERROR
Killing of Osama a politically irrelevant event, say Arab pro-democracy activists
Mixed reactions in the Arab-Muslim world
For al-Qaeda's victims, a long sought for closure
NEW YORK/London/Madrid/Nairobi: For the kin of those killed in al-Qaeda's attacks across the globe in the last two decades, the killing of Osama bin Laden brought a long sought for closure. In New York, among the crowds were relatives of ...
‘U.S. must pull out of Afghanistan, Iraq'
DUBAI: The death of Osama bin Laden has spurred demands for speedy withdrawal of American forces from Afghanistan and Iraq, notwithstanding fears that the deep rooted instability in parts of South-West Asia is unlikely to end anytime ...
Sarkozy hails U.S. tenacity
Paris: In France, political leaders, editorial writers and terrorism experts were quick to comment on the death of Osama bin Laden, reflecting a spectrum of responses. President Nicolas Sarkozy praised the “tenacity “of the U.S. in ...
Were Pakistani radars jammed by Americans?
Zawahiri, now most wanted
ISLAMABAD: Al-Qaeda number two Ayman al-Zawahiri, the Egyptian surgeon considered the real mastermind of the global terror franchise, is now set to succeed Osama bin Laden as the world's most wanted man. Like his Saudi-born ...
Who was Osama bin Laden's enemy?
Obama vs. Osama: what's in a name?
NEW DELHI: In the rush to cover the biggest “breaking news” story of the day, countless media outlets also made the biggest typo of the day, and blithely announced that “Obama bin Laden is dead.” And there's no ...
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