(CN) - A man accused of helping al-Qaida bomb U.S. Embassies in East Africa cannot suppress evidence of his 1998 interrogation at a London police station, a federal judge ruled.Adel Abdel Bary has been in U.S. custody since his extradition from the ... Courthouse News Service, 1 month ago
NEW YORK The defence attorney for an alleged senior Al Qaeda figure captured in Libya earlier this month said on Tuesday it will take several months to sort through hundreds of thousands of documents before the case can proceed. Bernard Kleinman ...Oman Tribune, 1 month ago Libyan al-Qaeda suspect back in New york court Manila Times, 1 month ago
File picture shows Kenyan residents putting flowers on a memorial for people who died during the 1998 US Embassy bomb blast in Nairobi that killed 213 people - Copyright : AFP/File Pedro Ugarte New York City (AFP) The Libyan Al-Qaeda suspect ...StarAfrica.com, 1 month ago
By Amy Burkholder / CBS News/ October 22, 2013, 9:13 PM (CBS News) Suspected al Qaeda mastermind Abu Anas al Liby appeared in federal court in New York City Tuesday, where he was appointed a defense attorney, and the judge announced a request from ...CBS News, 1 month ago Who is Anas al-Libi? CBS News, 2 months ago
In the 15 years since terrorists staged near-simultaneous attacks on the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, killing hundreds of people, Americas government and military have systematically hunted the 22 suspects it identified as being involved in ...NBCNews.com, 1 month ago Slow-motion manhunt: US relentlessly pursues '98 embassy bombing suspects NBCNews.com, 1 month ago
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