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Rare photos show Osama's Afghan lair
Mumbai Mirror

Rare photos show Osama's Afghan lair

Incredible images showing what life was like for Osama bin Laden in his Tora Bora hideout in Afghanistan have emerged. The al-Qaeda leader is shown in one shot sitting in what looks like a cave and in another in full robes outside in broad daylight. Mumbai Mirror, 2 weeks ago
Osama bin Laden's Afghan hideout CNN, 2 weeks ago
Stars and Stripes

After years in Guantanamo, ex-detainees find little solace in Uruguay

A USS Cole case defense attorney read aloud from just disclosed emails Tuesday in an ongoing bid to portray a recent order to war court judges to live permanently at Guantanamo as unlawful meddling meant to rush justice in the death-penalty case. A ...
 Stars and Stripes1 week ago Tough transition: From Guantanamo prisoner to civilian  Miami Herald1 week ago Ex-Guantanamo detainees are struggling with freedom in Uruguay  Washington Post1 week ago Former Guantanamo detainees find little solace in Uruguay  Denver Post1 week ago
Capital Bay

Osama Bin Laden photos reveal him at his primitive compound in the Afghan mountains

Images taken by journalist Abdel Barri Atwan in 1996released in trial of Al Qaeda lieutenant Khaled al-Fawwaz Shows 9/11 mastermind's compound in mountainous region of Tora Bora, including a two-bedroom mud hut Developed an intricate network of ...
 Capital Bay2 weeks ago Rare photos reveal a grinning Osama Bin Laden at his primitive compound in the Afghan mountains surrounded by a network of secret passages and guarded by children armed with Kalashnikovs  Capital Bay2 weeks ago

World Cup 2015: The 'Minnows' Have Finally Come to the Party

Shapoor Zadran, new Afghan hero Back-to-back thrillers - not in a movie marathon, but in the 2015 World Cup. Two nerve-racking games of cricket were played but interestingly, none of the big teams were involved. First, on Wednesday, Ireland ...
 NDTV1 month ago
Indian Express

IC-814 hijack suspect is peacemaker between Afghan govt, Taliban

Mansoor is wanted for questioning on supply of weapons to hijackers. Talibanmilitary chief Mullah Akhtar Muhammad Mansoor, long sought by India for questioning on his alleged role in providing explosives and assault weapons to the hijackers of an ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Guantanamo Bay: The Inmates Who Remain

We use cookies to give you the best experience. If you do nothing we'll assume that it's ok. Close Mingazov, Nasser, Isomuddin, Abdulayev, Chekkouri, Aziz, Alwi, Kandari Some 122 men are being held without charge at ...
 Sky News1 month ago

'Say, isn't this stuff that is going on in Kashmir terrorism?'

'US counter-terrorism policy was encouraging and emboldening the Indians to deal with the problem of Pakistani-supported terrorism once and for all.' 'The US had been trying to browbeat Pakistan into doing what it wants, with very limited success.' In New York, Robert L Grenier, the CIA chief in Islamabad during 9/11, spoke about American policy in Afghanistan and Pakistan. P Rajendran/ listens in. "I used to say it would be a splendid little war if it weren't for Washington," Robert ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

There Will be Blood: Freeing the Vilest of the Vile from GITMO

By: Anthony Kimery, Editor-in-Chief For the first time since 2001, Al Qaeda wasn't mentioned in a Presidential State of the Union address when President Obama gave his latest on January 20, 2015. Obama also said, As Americans, we have a profound ...
 HS Today2 months ago

C S Krishna: Very special allies

How, exactly, does the Pakistan army manage to convince the United States to keep on issuing cheques to it for its fight against terror? This is the possibility that India's leading political satirist prefers: General Raheel Sharif had reached the ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago

Despite horrors of Paris, Obama continues to free terror suspects from Guantanamo

While 40 world leaders marched in Paris to show solidarity against terrorist attacks, Obama not only skipped the event, he remains determined to free as many Al Qaeda, Taliban and affiliated jihadists from Guantanamo as possible. Just this week he ...
 FOXNews.com2 months ago
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