This courtroom sketch shows Bosnian-born Adis Medunjanin (3rd L) appearing in court in New York. - File Photo by AFP NEW YORK: An admitted conspirator in a plot to bomb New York City subways learned to make explosives at an Al Qaeda training ... DAWN Group, 1 month ago
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New York A US citizen already accused of going to Pakistan to train with al-Qaeda was charged on Wednesday with helping build explosives for a 2009 suicide attack on an American military base in Afghanistan. A revised indictment charges Muhanad ...News24, 1 month ago US citizen brought from Pakistan to NYC faces terror charges DAWN Group, 1 month ago US citizen who 'trained with Al Qaeda in Pakistan' charged in Afghan US base bomb attack DAWN Group, 1 month ago
A US court today indicted a 30-year-old American national for allegedly using weapons of mass destruction against a US military base in Afghanistan. If convicted, Muhanad Mahmoud Al Farekh, faces a mandatory minimum sentence of seven years in ...Outlook India, 1 month ago American Citizen Charged with Conspiring to Murder U.S. Nationals and Conspiring to Use a Weapon of Mass Destruction in Attack Against U.S. Military Base in Afghanistan Foreign Affairs.co.nz, 1 month ago
Isil and other Islamist groups are repeatedly described by the West and themselves in terms of their relationship with death. This comes from the top with the Barack Obama branding Isil a 'brutal, vicious death cult' at a prayer breakfast earlier ...Huffington Post UK, 2 months ago
A 29-year old Pakistani man was on Tuesday sentenced to 40 years in prison by a United States court for plotting terror attacks with Al-Qaeda that targetted a crowded shopping centre in England and the New York City subway system. Abid Naseer, who was extradited from the United Kingdom to the United States, was raised in Peshawar and had said he was a cricket player. He led an Al Qaeda cell that plotted to bomb a shopping centre in Manchester, England, in April 2009, prosecutors said.Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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