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Afghan Official Says NATO Airstrike Killed 14 Civilians

Afghan Official Says NATO Airstrike Killed 14 Civilians

Afghan officials said Sunday that a NATO airstrike killed 14 civilians, all of them women and children, in the southern province of Helmand on Saturday night. Local officials said the strike was aimed at Taliban fighters and missed. NATO said it was investigating.

 

Hillary Clinton calls on Pakistan to take 'decisive steps' against terrorists

Hillary Clinton calls on Pakistan to take 'decisive steps' against terrorists

Meeting with Pakistani leaders, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the U.S.-Pakistan relationship is at a 'turning point' and that Islamabad needs to ramp up its cooperation in the fight against Al Qaeda militants. Her visit is seen as a fence-mending mission in the wake of the U.S. raid to kill Osama bin Laden, an operation that aggravated mistrust on both sides.

 

Al-Qaida considered oil tankers as terror targets

Al-Qaida considered oil tankers as terror targets

The terror group al-Qaida last summer considered hijacking and detonating oil tankers in non-Muslim seas to provoke an "extreme economic crisis" in the West, according to documents ...

 

Pakistan condemns Bid Laden raid, threatens reprisals for drone strikes

Pakistan's parliament joins its intelligence chief in condemning the U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden and threatens to prohibit NATO convoys into Afghanistan if Washington continues its drone strikes against militants.At a marathon closed-door session, Pakistan's parliament Saturday joined the country's intelligence chief in strongly condemning the U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden.

 

Bin Laden in Pakistan, potent but past his prime

Surrounded by the din of his multiple families within walls that were both his sanctuary and prison, Osama bin Laden pecked endlessly at a computer, issuing directives to his scattered and troubled terrorist empire. It's not clear who really listened.

 

U.S. charges six for supporting Pakistani Taliban

U.S. charges six for supporting Pakistani Taliban

Six people in Florida and Pakistan have been charged with providing financing and material support to the Pakistani Taliban, a designated foreign terrorist organization, U.S. federal officials said on Saturday.

 

Bush tells Obama on bin Laden: "Good call"

Bush tells Obama on bin Laden:

Former President George W. Bush, who spent years searching for Osama bin Laden, had two words for President Barack Obama when Obama told him of the al Qaeda leader's death: "Good call."

 

Pakistan Suicide Bombs Kill 80 to Avenge Bin Laden

Pakistan Suicide Bombs Kill 80 to Avenge Bin Laden

Two suicide bombers attacked paramilitary police recruits heading home after months of training in this country's northwest, killing 80 people Friday in what the Pakistani Taliban called vengeance for the U.S. slaying of Osama bin Laden.

 

Details revealed from bin Laden journal

Data and documents taken from the compound show messages from Osama bin Laden did make it out of the compound to other members of al Qaeda, a U.S. official tells CNN.

 

No immediate threat from al-Qaeda to U.S., law enforcement officials are told

Leaders of the nation's largest police organizations, briefed in the aftermath of the raid on Osama bin Laden's Pakistani compound, have been told that there are no immediate threats of reprisals or active terrorist plots that have been gleaned from an initial review of intelligence seized from the compound, police officials told USA TODAY.

 

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