NEWS & ANALYSIS

British Government to Change Counterterrorism Language

Government officials will no longer use the phrase "war on terror" and other terms deemed "offensive."

White Collar Criminals Receive Less Attention After 9-11

The threat of another 9-11, as well as Bush Administration priorities, has led to a drop in the prosecution of some defendants in favor of others.

Pakistani Tribes May Be Recruited to Help U.S. Against al Qaeda

The U.S. may use a similar strategy it used in Anbar Province, Iraq, to fight al Qaeda terrorists.

Islamist Cleric Can be Extradited to the U.S.

Abu Hamza al-Masri, if extradited, will face 11 charges, including the establishment of a terrorist training camp in Oregon.

Fighting the War on Terror in Cyberspace

Researchers at the University of Arizona have a new tool to identify the Web's most notorious cyberjihadists.

FBI: al Qaeda May Launch Holiday Assault Against Shopping Malls

The warning identifies shopping malls in Los Angeles and Chicago as targets.

The Jihad Online

Jihadist terrorists are leveraging the Internet like never before to communicate, radicalize, recruit, finance, and train, according to testimony before a congressional subcommittee.

Afghanistan: The Forgotten Front

A report out this week on the deterioration of the Afghanistan situation and the strengthening of the Taliban and al Qaeda coincides with the country's deadliest suicide attack since the overthrow of the Taliban.

32 al Qaeda Operatives Convicted in Yemen

The defendants were convicted of planning suicide bombings against oil and gas installations in the country.

EU Proposes New Antiterrorism Laws

New proposal concentrates on terrorists using the Internet and mandating more passenger information for those flying to or from EU states.
 




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