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The FBI played an active role in arranging chartered flights for dozens of well-connected Saudi nationals - including relatives of Usama bin Ladin - after 9/11, The New York Times has reported.

Spain's leading Islamic body has issued a religious order declaring Usama bin Ladin to have forsaken Islam by backing attacks such as the Madrid train

The United States has launche

A Yemeni court has sentenced to death the leader of a group of 15 men found guilty last year of bombing a French supertanker.
Aljazeera journalist Taysir Alluni, who faces charges of belonging to an al-Qaida cell, was awarded a peace prize by a Spanish peace group on 1 December 2003.
Usama bin Ladin has called for a boycott of next month's elections in Iraq and endorsed Abu Musab al-Zarqawi as his deputy in the country
The United States has frozen the assets of two Saudi nationals for allegedly providing support to al-Qaida, and has asked the United Nations to take similar action.

An audiotape message attributed to al-Qaida leader Usama bin Ladin and broadcast on a website on Thursday laid the blame for the unrest in

A US federal court has ruled that Usama bin Ladin's driver is entitled to a legal hearing on whether he is a prisoner of war.

Usama bin Ladin has burst into the US election campaign, issuing his first video tape in more than a year to deride President George Bush and warn of possible new September 11-style attacks.
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