Friday, April 20, 2007

TERROR NEWS April 19th/20th

(USA) Ex-Houstonian linked to al-Qaida pleads guilty - Daniel Maldonado trained in camp - see DOJ press release

(USA) OKC bombing remembered on anniversary - 1995 bombing took 168 lives;_ylu=X3oDMTBjYzZubXM2BHBvcwM4BHNlYwNzcg—/SIG=128dnef0g/EXP=1177103623/**http%3a//

(Iraq) Al-Qaida chief appointed minister of war - “Islamic State of Iraq” names “cabinet” (SITE Institute release) and video shows 20 Iraq is executed;_ylt=AmvjGymHsQJWaRyuWWOHnnCs0NUE

Afghan, Pakistani troops clash over border fence - Afghan troops tore down anti-Taliban fence erected by Pakistan

(Afghanistan) Suspected Al Qaeda Associates Detained in Nangarhar

India bans exports to N. Korea, Iran§ion=subcontinent&col=

(Philippines) 7 Hostages Beheaded in Philippines - Abu Sayyaf kidnapped 7, ordered civilians to deliver heads - US releases $85,000 to 2 Filipino anti-terror informants$

(Somalia) Suicide bomb and market attack in Mogadishu;_ylt=AhpdI3c2e68c_IdFAVVl6vfMWM0F

BBC reporter kidnapped in Gaza is alive: Abbas;_ylt=AqRs5DNNnOcZWG5d2kwgLITMWM0F

Global banks to make wire transfers easier to track - More details about those conducting wire transfers “in certain instances”

Saudis Arrest 8 in Frenchmen’s Deaths - Suspected in killing of 4 French nationals,0,6333379.story?coll=sns-ap-nationworld-headlines

Iran tells U.S. it has no details on ex-FBI agent

North Korea’s burden of crime and terror

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