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1. Pakistan ‘Willing’ to Discuss Freedom for Doctor Who Helped Find Bin Laden
December 16, 2016

Pakistan says “it would be willing” to discuss with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s administration freedom for a jailed Pakistani doctor who helped the United States track down Osama bin Laden. The doctor, Shakil Afridi, is serving 33 years in a Pakistani prison on treason charges. U.S. authorities have denounced Afridi’s treatment as unjust and unwarranted and have frequently demanded his release. “Pakistan would be willing to look at how we could move forward in a resolution of...... (read more)

2. Obama: 'We Have to Fight Terrorists in Way That Doesn't Create More Terrorists'
December 06, 2016

President Barrack Obama on Tuesday touted his administration's achievements in combating terrorists. In his final speech on national security delivered at Florida's MacDill Air Force Base, Obama said the United States has weakened Islamic State and reduced its image to that of barbarians and murderers, and that al-Qaida has been sidelined with the death of its leader Osama bin Laden. The president warned that Americans must uphold the country's values for continued success...... (read more)

3. Pentagon: Senior Al-Qaida Member Killed in Syria
November 02, 2016

The Pentagon says a senior al-Qaida external operations planner was killed in a U.S. drone strike in Syria. A "long-serving facilitator and courier" for al-Qaida who had ties to Osama bin Laden and other senior leaders, Haydar Kirkan, was killed on October 17 in Idlib province, Captain Jeff Davis said at a news briefing in Washington. Kirkan was "somebody we were targeting based upon his proven track record" and he was "actively engaged in planning external...... (read more)

4. Sudan Condemns US 9/11 Law
October 04, 2016

Sudan condemned on Tuesday a U.S. law that would allow families of victims of the September 11, 2001, attacks to sue governments for damages, saying it undermined state sovereignty and could provoke reciprocal legislation. Sudan hosted Osama bin Laden, the al-Qaida leader behind the attacks, from 1991-1996, although it has denied allegations that it funded him. Its government was among dozens of defendants named in a 2002 lawsuit filed by families of September 11 victims. The U.S....... (read more)

5. Clinton: Hunting Down IS Leader Should Be US ‘Top Priority’
September 08, 2016

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called Thursday for the United States to “make it a top priority” to hunt down Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, much like it did when it killed al-Qaida founder Osama bin Laden in a 2011 raid in Pakistan. “Getting al-Baghdadi will require a focused effort driven at the highest levels,” Clinton told reporters in New York. “But I believe it will send a resounding message that nobody directs or inspires attacks against the...... (read more)

6. Ex-US Navy SEAL to Pay $6.6 Million to Settle Case Over Book on Bin Laden
August 20, 2016

The former U.S. Navy SEAL who wrote a book about his role in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden will pay the government more than $6.6 million for violating non-disclosure agreements and publishing without getting the document cleared by the Defense Department, according to federal court documents. Matt Bissonnette, who wrote No Easy Day under the pseudonym Mark Owen, will give the U.S. government all profits and royalties from the book or movie rights. The proceeds already total more...... (read more)

7. Rio Athletes, Fans Give Bin Laden's Bar Thumbs Up
August 16, 2016

Olympic athletes and fans looking to blow off a little steam have been frequenting a Rio bar with a very strange name. Bin Laden’s Bar is run Jose Felipe de Araujo, 60, who resembles the late founder of the al-Qaida terrorist group, mostly because he sports a huge, bushy beard. “After September 11, everyone started calling me bin Laden for obvious reasons,” de Araujo told The New York Times. “The nickname stuck, so I decided to use it to my advantage.” The bar, which stays open...... (read more)

8. Girl Killed and Burned in Honor Killing Case
May 06, 2016

More than a dozen men have been arrested in Pakistan for the shocking death of a teenage girl whose body was found in a burned-out car. The killing rocked Pakistan when it emerged that about two dozen men had held a council and decided on the murder as a form of honor killing. VOA’s Ayesha Tanzeem went to the scene near Abbottabad, the city that became famous for being Osama Bin Laden’s last abode.... (read more)

9. Obama: Decision to Kill Bin Laden Was Heavily Debated
May 02, 2016

The decision to hunt down and kill al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden was a priority from the moment he took office, President Barack Obama says, but whether to actually undertake the mission was heavily debated. Obama spoke to CNN television Monday, on the fifth anniversary of the special forces operation that killed the world's most wanted criminal -- responsible for the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington that killed 3,000 people. It was the first time Obama spoke about details of the mission. U.S. intelligence had identified bin Laden's most tru... (read more)

10. Pakistan: Trump Wrong on Jailed Doctor Who Helped Find Bin Laden
May 02, 2016

ISLAMABAD— Pakistan has reacted angrily after U.S. Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump said that, if elected, he would win freedom “in two minutes” for the jailed Pakistani doctor who helped the CIA track down Osama bin Laden. In a statement released Monday, Pakistani Interior Minister Nisar Ali Khan rejected as “highly misplaced and unwarranted” comments Trump made in a recent interview to Fox News. “Yes, I do. I think I would get him out in two minutes,” Trump said when asked if he would help free Dr. Shakil Afridi, who is serving 33 ... (read more)

11. CIA's Recounting of Bin Laden Raid Gets Mixed Reaction
May 02, 2016

WASHINGTON— The United States’ ultra-secretive Central Intelligence Agency tweeted the details of an operation that killed a top terrorist leader Sunday, drawing thousands of retweets and likes from apparent supporters while others responded with criticism that ranged from "please don't" to "WTF?" The terrorist was al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden.  The operation was the one President Barack Obama approved in May 2011 that involved special operations forces flying helicopters into a compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan and later dumping bin Laden's body ... (read more)

12. Pakistan Announces Arrest of Senior al-Qaida Operative
April 22, 2016

Police in Pakistan say they have arrested an al-Qaida financier who has been on the U.N. Security Council sanction lists for four years. Abdul Rehman Sindhi was arrested Thursday in the southern port city of Karachi. Sindhi was placed on the sanctions list for providing "facilitation and financial services to al-Qaida." He is said to have had close ties to al-Qaida founder Osama bin Laden; his successor, Ayman al-Zawahiri; and Saud Memon, a key suspect in the kidnapping and killing of U.S. journalist Daniel Pearl in 2002. Pakistan has been under international pressure to ... (read more)

13. Nuclear Pakistan & the presence of Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan
October 20, 2015

FACT-1: FACTS ON NUCLEAR ARSENALS 1. In 1972, Late Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto initiated Pakistan's nuclear program. 2.Through the late 1970s, Pakistan's program acquired sensitive uranium enrichment technology and expertise. The 1975 arrival of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan considerably advanced these efforts. Dr. Khan is a German-trained metallurgist who brought with him knowledge of gas centrifuge technologies that he had acquired through his position at the classified URENCO uranium enrichment plant in the Netherlands. 3. The technology was a replica brought from Netherlands by Dr. A.... (read more)

Author: Dr. Gholam Mujtaba

14. Senior al-qaida leader arrested in pakistan - Kayaba Pumps - Rexroth Pumps Manufacturer
March 20, 2015

ISLAMABAD, Sept.5 (Xinhua) -- Pakistan army said Monday that it has arrested a senior al Qaida leader, Younis Al Mauritani, who was mainly responsible for planning and conduct of international operations.Al Mauritani was nabbed along with two other senior al-Qaida operatives, Abdul Ghaffar Al Shami (Bachar Chama ) and Messara Al Shami (Mujahid Amino) from suburbs of the southwestern city of Quetta, said an army statement.Al Mauritani was tasked personally by Osama bin Laden to focus on hitting targets of economical importance in the United States of America, Europe and Australia.He was plannin... (read more)

Author: vacuumse mse

15. Vanished Malaysian Airlines Flight MH-370 Carlyle Group Get Total Ownership Of Semiconductors Paten
April 24, 2014

It could well be appropriate to use the saying "fact is stranger than fiction" when it comes to the latest developments reported on the disappearance of Malaysian flight MH-370. In a previous article echoing the sentiment of other alternative news sources I stated that the official story for the plane's disappearance did not add up for several reasons: 1. The stated Indian Ocean crash would have left a large easily detectable trail of floating debris... 2. The flight had been detected for at least 4 and up to 7 hours before its signal was lost, which indicated it may well have tra... (read more)

Author: Paul Philips

16. How has the bin laden raid harmed the fight against polio? - China Led High Bay Lighting
January 01, 2014

Pakistan is causing particular consternation among health officialswho say their efforts to vaccinate more children are beingfrustrated by the CIA's use of a fake vaccination program last yearto gather intelligence on Osama bin Laden. In a letter to CIA director General David Petraeus in February, InterAction, which represents nearly 200 U.S.- basednon-government organizations, expressed "deep concern" about thefake campaign. "Among other factors, international public health officials pointto the distrust of vaccines and immunization campaigns ascontributing to the lack of progress in er... (read more)

Author: guo ping

17. U.S. Ambassador Murdered in Libya
November 13, 2013

U.S. Ambassador Murdered in Libya by Frederick Hoehn, copyright 2012. Currently, an important news story is the murdering of the U.S. Ambassador to Libya. He was murdered with three other Americans in Libya. Are we now reaping the benefits of the "Arab Spring?" It's rather looking like the Arab Spring was not such a wonderful thing. How is Libya a better place now than it was under Khadafy? There are those who said change was needed. But not all change is for the better. Sometimes change is for the worse, as when we got the changes that came by electing Barak Obama... (read more)

Author: Frederick Hoehn

18. Osama bin laden papers cast his successor as a pompous know-it-all - China Stainless Steel Skull Ri
October 23, 2013

One concerned Al Qaeda member who defense officials say may havebeen Mr. bin Laden makes margin notes in a missive written byMr. Zawahiri, gently pointing out that perhaps he should trysounding a bit more humble. I m afraid this sentence might be inappropriate and might beperceived by many people as braggadocio and an attempt tomonopolize the accomplishment, the editor notes in Zawahiri smeditation on the impact of the Arab Spring. The editor suggests that Zawahiri make more use of inclusive wordslike participation and contribution and advises Zawahiriagainst sounding too preachy. To thi... (read more)

Author: qrt etget

19. Leaders' isolation strips them of chance for ordinary life - China Led Candle Light Bulbs
September 29, 2013

After a decade evading the world, when the end came it took just 90seconds to corner and kill Osama bin Laden. The fresh claimsemerged last week in the latest sure-to-be controversial account onthe death of the Al Qaeda leader in Pakistan in May. But controversy has already swirled around the execution. Afterinitial claims that Bin Laden had been armed and using humanshields, it was reluctantly admitted that he had been shot whenunarmed and cornered, in a split-second decision by a team withauthorization to shoot-to-kill if they felt even remotelythreatened. Now, questions are being ask... (read more)

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20. Pakistan doctor who helped cia find osama bin laden sentenced
September 29, 2013

ISLAMABAD , Pakistan — A Pakistani doctor who led a phony vaccination campaign aimed at helping the CIA pinpoint Osama bin Laden 's whereabouts was convicted of treason Wednesday and sentenced to33 years in prison, a decision that is likely to further frayWashington's fragile relations with Islamabad. U.S. officials have been seeking the release of Shakeel Afridisince his arrest by Pakistani authorities after the secret Americancommando raid that killed the Al Qaeda leader in his sprawlingcompound in the garrison city of Abbottabad a year ago. In January, Defense Secretary Leon E.... (read more)

Author: ferujkll sdff

21. U.s. senate committee cuts aid to pak over conviction - Megapixel IP Cameras Manufacturer
September 15, 2013

Outraged over the conviction of a Pakistani doctor who helped CIAfind Osama bin Laden, a US Senate panel has voted unanimously tocut aid to Islamabad by $33 million, which in effect means USD 1million for every year of the physician's 33-year sentencefor high treason. The unanimous vote on Thursday by the Senate Appropriationscommittee on the amendment, moved by Senator Lindsey Graham, isreflective of the changing mode in the U.S. especially the growinganger among U.S. lawmakers towards Pakistan. The U.S. has insisted that there is no basis to imprison Dr ShakilAfridi on treason charge... (read more)

Author: freezerpart free

22. White house said to give inside access for bin laden film - Drywall Cart - China Swing Stage Scaffo
September 11, 2013

White House said to give inside access for bin Laden film By Mark Hosenball Posted 2012/05/22 at 8:10 pm EDT WASHINGTON, May 22, 2012 (Reuters) — The Obama administration arranged for two Hollywood filmmakers toget special access to government officials involved in the commandooperation that killed Osama bin Laden, according to a conservativelegal group that posted internal government documents on itswebsite Tuesday. Judicial Watch posted what it said were 153 pages of Pentagondocuments and 113 pages of CIA documents about the film project.The group said it had obtained the documents... (read more)

Author: vacuumse mse

23. News analysis: is world safer a year after bin laden' s death?
August 11, 2013

WASHINGTON, April 30- A year after the death of terror mastermindOsama bin Laden, al Qaida' s core leadership has scattered and itsback is broken, but some of the movement' s offshoots remaindeadly, U.S. experts said. This week marks the first anniversary of the U.S. raid on al-Qaeda's Pakistan compound, in which bin Laden was killed in a firefightwith U.S. Navy Seals. Even then, al Qaida was on the ropes after years of being hunted bythe United States and its allies around the world. Several of thegroup' s leaders had been killed and planners were being eyed tooclosely to mount any... (read more)

Author: ferujkll sdff

24. Bin laden had disdain for al qaeda affiliates: documents - Dental Implant Prosthetics Manufacturer
August 06, 2013

WASHINGTON - Osama bin Laden showed disdain for al Qaedaaffiliates, fretted about his organization's image and was deeplyworried about its security, according to documents seized from hishideout in Pakistan and released publicly on Thursday. The Combating Terrorism Center, a privately funded research centerat the US Military Academy at West Point, posted on its website 17declassified documents seized during the raid on bin Laden's housein Abbottabad in which he was killed by US commandos a year ago.( Bin Laden "was not, as many thought, the puppet master pulling th... (read more)

Author: qrt etget

25. Kerry Leaves Pakistan Hopeful, Despite Divides
August 01, 2013

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has wrapped up a visit to Pakistan with an agreement by the two countries to resume a dialogue on security issues.  The agreement ends a chill in relations that goes back to the U.S. raid that killed al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden two years ago. It was handshakes and smiles during John Kerry’s first visit to Pakistan as secretary of state.  He walked away from key meetings sounding hopeful.    “This revitalized dialogue will address in a realistic fashion all of the many issues between us, from border management to coun... (read more)

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