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NY Times reporter: Bush White House didn't listen to 9/11 warnings

Eleven years after the 9/11 attacks, there is new information on what the George W. Bush administration knew about al-Qaeda's plans. We learned after 9/11 that a presidential briefing paper in August 2001 was headlined "Bin Laden Determined to Strike in U.S." But Tuesday in the New York Times, investigative reporter Kurt Eichenwald says the White House received ominous warnings as early as May 2001.


Al-Zawahri succeeds bin Laden as al-Qaida leader

Al-Zawahri succeeds bin Laden as al-Qaida leader

Osama bin Laden's longtime deputy Ayman al-Zawahri, a fiery ideologue who is known for his deep hatred of the West and helped plan the 9/11 attacks, has taken control of al-Qaida after the death last month of the terror network's founder, the group said Thursday.

Senh: Look at the scar on his forehead - is that from bullet?


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