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U.S. jury convicts Pakistani tied to al Qaeda bomb plot
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Pakistani man convicted in US court for al-Qaida plot

Abid Naseer (L), 28, listens as Assistant U.S. Attorney Zainab Ahmad questions Najibullah Zazi (R) during the first day or Naseer's trial, in this courtroom sketch in Brooklyn, New York February 17, 2015. (Source: Reuters) NEW YORK: A Pakistani ... Times of India, 3 weeks ago
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Lack of coordination led to intelligence failure in 26/11: US panel

It said that the Pakistani-American Mumbai terror attack convict David Headley was an "even more elusive target" than Najibullah Zazi, an Afghan-American who was arrested in September, 2009 as part of the US Al Qaeda group accused of planning suicide bombings ...
 DNA1 day ago ‘Poor coordination behind intel failure’  Asian Age1 day ago
Irish Mirror

Manchester terror suspect cross examines New York bomb plotter in bid to prove innocence

Abid Naseer, accused of plotting to blow up the Arndale Centre cross-examined Afghan bomb plotter Najibullah Zazi A British-based Muslim alleged to have plotted to blow up Manchester's Arndale shopping mall took centre stage in a New York ...
 Irish Mirror1 month ago Shopping mall bomb plotter guilty  CNN3 weeks ago Abid Naseer convicted in 2009 shopping center bomb plot  1070wapi.com3 weeks ago
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FBI must evolve to keep up with terror threats, report finds

FBI director James Comey, center, flanked by former Attorney General Edwin Meese, left, and former Indiana Rep. Tim Roemer, gestures during a news conference at FBI headquarters in Washington, Wednesday, March 25, 2015, after the release of the 9/11 ...
 Social Dashboard2 days ago Report finds FBI improved since 9/11, but more needed  San Francisco Chronicle2 days ago

FBI plays nice with other spooks, but needs to spy smarter report

20:16 Reuters / Rebecca Cook FBI's cooperation with the CIA and NSA is better than ever, but more is needed to make the Bureau a truly global intelligence and investigative agency, says a newly released US government report on agency's ...
 Russia Today2 days ago
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New Zealand v Afghanistan highlights

Napier- Latest from the cricket World Cup Pool A match between New Zealand and Afghanistan at McLean Park in Napier today. Afghanistan were dismissed for 186. New Zealand innings 1st over - Brendon McCullum hits successive boundaries off ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago Cricket-New Zealand v Afghanistan highlights  Reuters UK2 weeks ago World Cup 2015 New Zealand v/s Afghanistan Match Highlights  DNA India2 weeks ago
Irish Mirror

Abid Naseer: Why was terrorist free to walk British streets? Questions raised over UK bomb plotter

Pakistani-born Abid Naseer, 28, was part of a terror plot planning attacks on both sides of the Atlantic to rival the 9/11 atrocity GMPCC Questions: Tony Lloyd (right), police and crime commissioner for Greater Manchester, has asked why Abid ...
 Irish Mirror3 weeks ago UK bomb plot suspect found guilty  BBC3 weeks ago UK bomb plot suspect Abid Naseer found guilty  Ya Libnan3 weeks ago Manchester Bomb Plot Suspect Due To Stand Trial In US  Asians.co.uk1 month ago
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Al-Qaeda Operative Convicted For Role In International Terrorism Plot Targeting The United States And Europe

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Defendant and Co-Plotters Came Within Days of Bombing a U.K. Shopping Mall Earlier today, following a two-week trial, Abid Naseer, a Pakistani national who joined ...
 United States Department of Justice3 weeks ago Al Qaeda Operative Convicted for Role in International Terrorism Plot Targeting the United States and Europe  United States Department of Justice3 weeks ago
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US Court Convicts Pakistan National for Plotting Qaeda Attacks

NEW YORK: A 28-year-old Pakistani national has been found guilty by a federal jury here of plotting to attack the city's subway system as well as a busy shopping mall in the UK. Abid Naseer, who had joined Al-Qaeda and plotted a terrorist attack ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago Pakistan national convicted of plotting Qaeda attacks in US and UK  Oneindia3 weeks ago Pakistani national convicted of plotting Qaeda attacks in US, UK  IBNLive India News3 weeks ago Pak national convicted of plotting Qaeda attacks in US and UK  Mid Day3 weeks ago
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Pakistani student found guilty by US court of heading Al Qaeda cell that plotted bomb attacks on Manchester shopping centre and New York subway

Bookish, cricket-loving college student Abid Naseer came to England to study and learn - while plotting a terror attack to rival 9/11. Naseer, 28, was the head of a UK-based cell of young al Qaida recruits under orders to infiltrate and attack ...
 Capital Bay3 weeks ago Pakistani man found guilty in al Qaeda mall-bomb plot  New York Post3 weeks ago Pakistani man guilty in al-Qaida plot to bomb NYC subway  Metro Canada3 weeks ago Terror suspect found guilty in 2009 al-Qaida bomb plot  UPI3 weeks ago
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