WHITELAW, KEVIN; Mazzetti, Mark
September 2002
U.S. News & World Report;9/11/2002 Special Issue, Vol. 133, p50
Focuses on the United States-led war against terrorism, which resulted from the terrorist attacks against the U.S. on September 11, 2001. How the al Qaeda regime essentially purchased the ruling Taliban government in Afghanistan; How the success of the terrorist mission surprised even al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden; Elusiveness of bin Laden and other al Qaeda operatives.


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