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U.S. trial for Libyan al Qaeda suspect, bin Laden associate delayed
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U.S. trial for Libyan al Qaeda suspect, bin Laden associate de...

A courtroom sketch shows Nazih al-Ragye known by the alias Abu Anas al-Liby as he appears in Manhattan Federal Court for an arraignment in New York, October 15, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Jane Rosenberg (Reuters) - The U.S. terrorism trial of ... Reuters, 3 days ago
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U.S. designates Osama bin Laden's former doctor a 'global terrorist'

WASHINGTON, Oct. 21 (UPI) -- The U.S. Department of State has designated al-Qaida member Ramzi Mawafi, who was a doctor to al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden , a "specially designated global terrorist." The designation , authorized under Executive ...
 UPI4 days ago The U.S. Department of State has designated al-Qaida member Ramzi Mawafi, who was a doctor to Osama bin Laden, a "specially designated global terrorist."  TickerTech.com4 days ago
Business Standard India

Jaimini Bhagwati: High stakes on Pakistan

A senior British official said pithily to me some time back that "if Pakistan knew Osama bin Laden was hiding in Abbottabad (located a couple of kilometres from Pakistan's Military Academy) it is a rogue state. If Pakistan did not know Osama was ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago Why the West is unwilling to pressure Pakistan on terrorism  Sify1 week ago
Haaretz

U.S. Jewish lawyer to Hamas goes on anti-Israel Twitter tirade

Stanley Cohen, who also represented Osama bin Laden's son-in-law, to be sentenced Tuesday for tax offenses. Stanley Cohen, the Jewish American lawyer who has defended Osama bin Laden's son-in-law and members of Hamas, published a series of ...
 Haaretz5 days ago Osama Bin Laden heirs could make millions from Video Games makers  Sunday World Ireland1 week ago Stewart Lee Osama Bin Laden's Death  Disinformation2 weeks ago Slain Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden's son-in-law gets life in jail on terror charges  DNA1 month ago
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IndiaTV News

Osama bin Laden looked like a lady killer, says Pak editor Hamid Mir

New Delhi: Pakistani Geo News TV channel chief editor Hamid Mir, the world's only journalist to have done three interviews of the late Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, has described him as a "lady killer"In an interview to Indian Express editors in New Delhi, ...
 IndiaTV News5 days ago US persuaded Pakistan to support Taliban chief Mullah Omar, reveals Hamid Mir  IndiaTV News6 days ago There is some back channel contact between India, Pak PMs on private level  Indian Express1 week ago
NBCNews.com

Terrorists' U.S. Lawyer Hurls Pre-Prison Rants

A New York attorney who has earned haters and groupies alike by defending suspected terrorists — including Osama bin Laden's son-in-law — spent the days before his own prison stint in a part of the world he adores, relishing a passion he ...
 NBCNews.com5 days ago
International Business Times India

'Osama's body was dropped in...

After al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was killed by US special forces in Pakistan's garrison town of Abbottabad, his body was kept in a heavy black bag of 300 pounds of iron chain and dropped into the sea, former CIA director and defense secretary ...
 The Echo Of India2 weeks ago Osama Bin Laden Dropped To Bottom Of The Ocean With 300 Pounds Of Iron Chains  Inquisitr2 weeks ago ‘Pakistan told US to announce Osama bin Laden killing’  Asian Age2 weeks ago Osama's Horrid After-Death Treatment: Body Tied with Iron Chains, Dumped in Sea  International Business Times India2 weeks ago
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Times of India

Why US didn't share anything on Osama bin Laden's hideout with Pakistan

ISI's links with terror groups was the reason why US did not share ntelligence about the raid on Osama bin Laden's hideout with Islamabad. WASHINGTON: Pakistani spy agency ISI having close ties with terror groups is an open secret and this was the reason why ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Why US didn't share info on Osama's hideout with Pak  Economic Times2 weeks ago NSG to acquire system to beam live feed of operations  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Why US didn’t share anything on Osama's hideout with Pak  Times of India2 weeks ago
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IBN Live

Pakistan sheltered Osama bin Laden and now blames India of aggression: MEA's jibe at Islamabad

India on Friday took a potshot at Pakistan over the continuous ceasefire violations and the latter's allegation that India was the aggressor country. "The allegation that India started firing originated in Pakistan, a country which harboured Osama Bin Laden ...
 IBN Live2 weeks ago Pakistan sheltered Laden and now blames India of aggression: MEA's jibe at Islamabad  IBN Live2 weeks ago

Panetta explains why US didn't alert Pakistan of bin Laden raid

The U.S. couldn't trust Pakistan to keep the planned raid on Osama bin Laden's Abbottabad compound under wraps, so American officials did not tip off the Pakistani government to the special forces operation that took out the notorious al-Qaida ...
 MSNBC2 weeks ago Panetta speaks out on bin Laden raid  Austin American Statesman2 weeks ago
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