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Kuwait mourns Al-Khorafi
Kuwait Times

Kuwait mourns Al-Khorafi

KUWAIT: Ahmadi Governor Sheikh Fawwaz Al-Khalid expressed deep condolences to Kuwait's leadership, government and people on the sad demise of the former speaker of the house, Jassem Al-Khorafi, who passed away here Thursday. Khalid also extended his ... Kuwait Times, 2 months ago
Striking at the roots Arab News, 2 months ago

US releases 100+ bin Laden documents

A courtroom sketch shows Khalid al-Fawwaz, a 52-year-old Saudi national, during his sentencing hearing in the New York Federal Court May 15, 2015. [Photo/Agencies] WASHINGTON - Documents swept up in the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound portray a ...
 CHINAdaily USA2 months ago

High-Ranking al Qaeda Terrorist Sentenced for Conspiring to Kill Americans and Other Terrorism Offenses

Khalid al Fawwaz, 52, a citizen of Saudi Arabia, was sentenced today to life in prison for multiple terrorism offenses relating to his participation in al Qaeda's conspiracy to kill Americans. Assistant Attorney General for National Security John ...
 PressReleasePoint2 months ago Al Qaeda operative gets life for US embassy bombings  DAWN Group2 months ago Al Qaeda Terrorist Convicted of Terrorism Offenses Sentenced to Life in Prison  101gold.com2 months ago Fawwaz Gets Life In Prison for 1998 Attacks  NBCNews.com2 months ago

Hactivists aren't terrorists but US prosecutors make little distinction

For Lauri Love, being treated as a terrorist is no laughing matter. Lauri Love/Facebook Activists who use technology to conduct political dissent hacktivists are increasingly threatened with investigation, prosecution and often ...
 Disinformation2 days ago Opinion: Hacktivists aren't terrorists but US prosecutors make little distinction  PhysOrg.com1 day ago

China willing to do more in Horn of Africa

16 May 2015 The Continent: China is ready to make a greater contribution to peace and stability in the Horn of Africa, Beijing said after Djibouti's president told AFP negotiations over a Chinese military base were under way. "Maintenance of ...
 Observer India2 months ago

Osama Bin Laden: BND-Agent gab den USA wichtigen Hinweis

Bericht: BND soll CIA beim Auffinden von Bin Laden geholfen haben Morgenpost Online (Yesterday) - Bei der Suche nach dem früheren Al-Qaida-Chef Osama bin Laden hat der Bundesnachrichtendienst laut einem Bericht wichtige Hilfe geleistet. Später ...
 NigerianHerald.com2 months ago

US Court Sentences Bin Laden Aide to Life in Prison

A New York court on Friday sentenced a former aide to Osama bin Laden to life in prison for his role in al-Qaida's plan to kill Americans. Khalid al-Fawwaz, 52, a citizen of Saudi Arabia, was convicted earlier this year of conspiring to kill ...
 VOA News2 months ago

Man jailed for life over senseless death

Páidi Ó Sé statue appropriately larger than life Irish_examiner (Today) - In death, as in life, people will again be looking up to Páidi Ó Sé.... Bilinguals respond more appropriately to changing demands: Study Hungary mayor offers to ...
 9ija News.com2 months ago

Globe Trot: Obama's Arab summit includes notable no-shows

ARAB SUMMIT: The no-shows at Camp David this week included Saudi Arabia's King Salman—and appear a deliberate snub over White House warming to Iran. But that's OK, because President Barack Obama made up for it by incorrectly introducing the deputy ...
 World Magazine2 months ago
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