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The CIA Gets a Rare Public Victory
Death Comes for the Master Terrorist: Osama bin Laden (1957-2011)
Almost 10 years ago, Osama bin Laden ghosted away from the Afghan battlefields. Since then, it is as if the doomsday sheikh had slipped into a twilight zone where the only proof that he was alive was the chilling voice on a spool of tape, the occasional video image and a string of terrorist outrages and wars lengthening around the globe that claim inspiration from him and his cause.
China Woos Africa And Not Just For Its Resources
Somalia president escapes surprise attack
India’s space odyssey in photos
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has more than 60 events that it lists as "milestones" since 1962-63, which includes the successful use of polar and geosynchronous satellite launch vehicles. “Our sovereignty over [Jerusalem] cannot be challenged. This means that residents of Jerusalem may purchase apartments in all parts of the city,” Netanyahu said at the start of the weekly Cabinet meeting
Israel won’t stop housing project in Muslim neighborhood
Jackson’s sanctuary in Gulf kingdom short-lived
Torture tape central to lawsuit against UAE sheikh
On the tape, Sheikh Issa bin Zayed al Nahyan appears to burn with rage. Believing he was cheated in a business deal, the member of the United Arab Emirates ruling family was trying to extract a confession from an Afghan grain dealer. With a private security officer assisting, Sheikh Issa bin Zayed al Nahyan is seen stuffing sand in the Afghan’s mouth.