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From Rahami to Bin Laden: How PM Modi showed Pakistan is 'Ivy League of Terrorism'
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From Rahami to Bin Laden: How PM Modi showed Pakistan is 'Ivy ...

One of the highlights of India's reply to Pakistan at the United Nations General Assembly was Eenam Gambhir's sharp rebuttal to Pak PM Sharif's speech where she branded Pakistan the host to the Ivy League of terrorism. It was a phrase that stuck ... DNA India, 3 days ago
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House intel chairman threatens to subpoena bin Laden files - VIDEO: GOP fights for information on bin Laden compound

The Republican chairman of the House intelligence committee says he's prepared to take what may be unprecedented action to get the remaining Usama bin Laden documents from the nation's top military and intelligence agencies and subpoena the files. ...
 FOXNews.com4 days ago
East African Standard

Who is Osama bin Laden?

Theme: 9/11 & 'War on Terrorism', Intelligence In-depth Report: AFGHANISTAN This war article was written fifteen years ago on September 11-12, 2001, and was published on Global Research on the evening of September 12. It was subsequently ...
 Global Research1 week ago Osama who? 10 baby names that have been banned  East African Standard1 week ago Jill Stein: 'I would not have assassinated' bin Laden  USA Today2 weeks ago 9/11 Anniversary: How Osama bin Laden was influenced by his school teacher  PM News Nigeria2 weeks ago
Abu Dhabi National

Bombing suspect praised 'Brother' bin Laden in journal

NEW YORK, Sept 21 (Reuters) - A lawyer for an Afghan-born U.S. citizen charged with bombings in New York and New Jersey over the weekend asked a federal judge to schedule his first court appearance for Wednesday, possibly in his hospital bed. Ahmad ...
 AOL.com6 days ago US bombing suspect was admirer of extremists  Abu Dhabi National5 days ago Inside the suspected NYC bomber's bloody notebook  Business Insider5 days ago Inside the bloody notebook recovered from the suspected NYC bomber when he was taken into custody  BusinessInsider.sg6 days ago

NY bomb suspect a jihadist bin Laden fan

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 Northern Territory News6 days ago NY bomb suspect a 'jihadist bin Laden fan'  Tasmania Mercury6 days ago

Carol Burnett on Osama bin Laden and the TV guest star from hell

The star of The Carol Burnett Show likes fielding questions from fans of all ages. Her variety show ended in 1978, yet kids today are still discovering the comedy genius of Carol Burnett via DVDs and YouTube. Im getting fan mail from 9-year-olds! ...
 New York Post1 week ago
Circa News

Clinton wants to take out ISIS's leader like Osama bin Laden. Here's why that'll be tough.

Hunting down and killing Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi --the leader of ISIS -- will be a top priority for Hillary Clinton if she's elected president. During a presidential forum on CNN last week, Clinton said a cornerstone of her plan to defeat ISIS would ...
 Circa News2 weeks ago US will go after Baghdadi same way as Laden: Clinton  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago US Will Go After ISIS Chief Like It Did With Osama Bin Laden: Hillary Clinton  NDTV2 weeks ago We will go after Islamic State leader Baghdadi the same way we went after bin Laden: Hillary Clinton  DNA2 weeks ago
Mid Day

'Decision to go after Osama was not easy'

By Agencies| Posted 10-Sep-2016 Osama bin Laden Washington: Ahead of the 15th anniversary of 9/11, former secretary of state and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton said going after al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden into Pakistan was "not an ...
 Mid Day2 weeks ago Deciding to go after Osama bin Laden into Pakistan was not easy: Hillary Clinton  Financial Express2 weeks ago Clinton invokes bin Laden raid to hammer Trump  The Hill2 weeks ago Clinton Invokes Role Advising Bin Laden Raid in Speech to Veterans  Military.com3 weeks ago
Hollywood Reporter

Trump: I would have caught bin Laden before 9/11

Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump on ISIS plan: 'I don't like talking about it Giuliani says Trump now believes Obama was born in the US Trump: I don't want Johnson, Stein in debates MORE says he would have captured Osama bin Laden before the Sept. 11, ...
 The Hill2 weeks ago Gavin Polone: Why Donald Trump (and Democracy) Actually Won the First Presidential Debate  Hollywood Reporter8 hours ago Flights of fantasy - the Humpty Dumpty of The Donald  Irish Central1 day ago The Muslim card: The other Birther claim Trump is keeping in play  Salon6 days ago
Bollywood Hungama

Ali Zafars brother Danyal Zafar to be launched by YRF

Pakistani musician and actor Ali Zafar made his Bollywood debut with Tere Bin Laden in the year 2010 and was even nominated for Filmfare award. Years later, time has come when his younger brother Danyal Zafar is all set for his Bollywood debut. Danyal Zafar ...
 Bollywood Hungama2 weeks ago
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