Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘al-Qaeda’

The bloodshed continues In Somalia

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

The number of victims of shelling the parliament building Somalia has risen to 16 people and over 30 injured. According to police, the victims of the terrorist attacks of the Legislative Assembly no. Previously reported nine dead and 20 wounded.


Parliamentary elections in Iraq

Sunday, March 7th, 2010

Parliamentary elections have today started in Iraq. 46 000 polling have been opened at 7:00 a.m. in 18 provinces of the country and also in 16 other countries. According to the official data, about 20 million people have a right to vote. These are the second parliamentary elections since Saddam Hussein regime falling in 2003.


Afghan President calls for reconciliation with Taliban

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

Afghan President Hamid Karzai voiced his intentions to ask for the exclusion of Taliban names from the UN blacklist. He said that it would stimulate the reconciliation between the world countries and the militants willing to resign from Al-Qaeda.


US doubts the authenticity of recent Osama bin Laden’s tape

Monday, January 25th, 2010

The US president’s political advisor David Axelrod voiced his doubt about the authenticity of Osama bin Laden’s voice on a recent voice tape, where the leader of Al-Qaeda claims responsibility for Detroit terroristic attack. According to Mr.Axelrod, the US officials are currently unable to confirm that the voice on a tape really belongs to Osama bin Laden.


Bin Laden has confirmed his responsibility for the terrorist act on December, 25, 2009

Sunday, January 24th, 2010

Qatar TV-channel Al-Jazeera has spread the audio, on which the head of al-Qaeda Bin Laden confirms his responsibility for the try of terrorist act on the US airliner on December, 25, 2009. The US authorities however doubt the authenticity of Bin Laden’s voice.


Afghanistan: members of Taliban are on the way to the civilization

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

The President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai has stated that he plans to return the militants of Taliban back to the normal life by providing them with money and employment. It will help to modernize the country.


The leader of al-Qaeda in Yemen is killed

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

Yemeni government informed that recently the house of al-Qaeda’s leader Abdullah al-Mehdar had been bombarded and the terrorist was killed. No details are published.


Two persons suspected in terrorist attack are arrested in New York

Saturday, January 9th, 2010

On Friday January, 8, the FBI arrested two persons suspected in criminal conspiracy of using weapons of mass destruction. This case is supposed to be connected with the case of the Afghan Najibullah Zazie.


Yemeni forces have tried to restore international confidence

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

The UK, France and the US reopened their embassies in Yemen on Tuesday as BBC news informs. Such steps were taken after Yemeni forces had arrested the militants of al-Qaeda on Monday. Mohammed Ahmed al-Hanaq, one of the leaders of al-Qaeda in Yemen, is among the arrested.


Western countries withdraw their diplomats from Yemen

Sunday, January 3rd, 2010

British Embassy in Yemen followed the US one after received threats from Al-Qaeda. The establishment has been closed on January, 3, and the diplomats have been sent an indefinite leave of absence. Spanish Embassy in Yemen is also going to be closed tomorrow on January, 4, for two days until January, 6. The authorities of the Western countries consider that Yemen’s government fails the struggle against terrorism.