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How Osama Bin Laden gave CIA the slip - BBC News

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Obama: We won't release Bin Laden photos

President Barack Obama explains why his administration won't release the
death photos of Osama bin Laden. Steve Kroft interviews the president for
60 Minutes this Sunday, May 8 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
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88 Days to Kandahar: A CIA Diary

88 Days to Kandahar: A CIA Diary
Robert Grenier was the CIA station chief in Islamabad when he launched the “southern campaign,” orchestrating the final defeat of the Taliban and Hamid Karzai’s rise to power in 88 chaotic days. A book signing will follow the program. Make your free reservation.
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Kautilya and the Arthashastr: Lessons in Statecraft

Dr. Larry Goodson, Professor of Middle East Studies, USAW and the C. Sep. 5, 2017
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Pakistan On the Edge

New America senior fellows Peter Bergen and Anatol Lieven recently returned from Pakistan, having met with leading figures from the government, the military, the opposition, the radical Islamist groups, and the administration of the North West Frontier Province and Tribal Areas. They have each authored several pieces on their findings and will publicly discuss them -- along with the present political and security situation in Pakistan and the relationship between Pakistani developments and the war in Afghanistan.
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Call to Action for Quality Journalism in America Today. Peter Phillips, Media Freedom Foundation.

Examples of censored stories in recent years related to youth health, impact of violence & sexism used by the entertainment industry to attract, entertain and advertise to children and teens, the impact of 9/11 coverage by the press, its impact on democracy, the links between the media industry & the military industry.

Paul Chek: Build immunity to fight COVID-19. – Escape Your Limits ep129

What's the difference between the coronavirus and other, widely-accepted opportunistic diseases?

Paul Chek returns to the Escape Your Limits podcast with positivity to bring changes in improving health at a global level. Hear about what you can do to get the best sleep, nutrition, breathing patterns and mindset to overcome as many challenges and threats as possible, and why we should use technology to help each other.

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America's Great Divide: Steve Bannon, 1st Interview | FRONTLINE

Steve Bannon is a media executive and political strategist. He served as executive chairman of Breitbart News, as an adviser to Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, and later as chief strategist in the Trump White House.

Bannon's candid interview was conducted with FRONTLINE on March 17, 2019 during the making of the two-part January 2020 documentary series “America's Great Divide: From Obama to Trump.

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General David Petraeus and Brigadier General Mark Martins on Leadership, Lawyers, and Judgment

Graham Hughes's #PUBCAST 44 | The Swiss Cheese Model

On the ferry over to France, Adam and I discuss what's known as The Swiss Cheese Model... and how systemic problems, human error and terrible luck led to some of the most notorious disasters of the last 40 years.

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Rep. Ilhan Omar gets upset with CNN reporter: What is wrong with you?

Freshman Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has received fallout from both sides of the aisle over a series of tweets widely perceived as anti-Semitic. CNN's Manu Raju reports.
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USA: STATE DEPARTMENT BIN LADEN PRESS CONFERENCE

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The U-S says it has no confirmation of reports that Saudi-born terrorist suspect Osama bin Laden intends to leave Afghanistan.

News reports on Friday suggested that the terrorist suspect had had asked the Taliban - which controls most of Afghanistan - to help him reach a new location.

Bin Laden is the alleged mastermind behind last year's embassy bombings in Africa.

And a State Department spokesman on Friday stressed that Bin Laden could run from
Afghanistan, but could never hide from Washington's determination to pursue justice.

U-S Secretary of State Madeleine Albright is expected to take up the question of Bin Laden's finances next week with a visiting Saudi delegation.

The session with Defence Minister Prince Sultan could provide an opportunity to probe how the Saudi construction magnate finances what the State Department believes is a widespread terrorism network.

Bin Laden had his citizenship revoked by Saudi Arabia in 1994.

Rubin on Friday declined to comment on reports that a Saudi government audit acquired by U-S intelligence showed five Saudi businessmen had ordered the kingdom's biggest bank to transfer funds to accounts for Islamic charities that serve as fronts for Bin Laden.

The spokesman also expressed U-S concerns about the punishing Russian assault on Chechnya.

He said that although Washington recognised Russia's right to act against terrorists
internally, it also believed as a matter of principle that there should not be
indiscriminate use of force against civilians.


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1.Fresh clashes in Kashmir
Tensions are high in Jammu and Kashmir after a top militant of Hizbul Mujahideen was killed. One policeman is dead after protesters pushed his vehicle into a river. The death toll has climbed to 19 and 200 others are hurt

2.Maldives to have its first execution in 60 years
Maldives may bring back the death penalty for the first time in 60 years. Reports say the government could execute a convict -- 22-year-old Hussain Huaam Ehhammadh. He's charged with the murder of an MP in 2012. This move comes after president Abdulla Yameen refused to intervene in Hussain's case

3.Bin Laden's son threatens revenge
The son of the slain Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden has threatened revenge for his father's assassination. Hamza Bin Laden, in an audio message, promised to continue Al Qaeda's fight against the US

4.South Sudan: Fresh gunfire reported in Juba
Intense gunfighting has been reported in South Sudan's capital Juba. Gunfire was heard near army barracks and a united nations base. Violence in the last 3 days has claimed at least 100 lives in the area

5.Australia's ruling conservatives declare victory
Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has declared victory for the ruling conservative party in the general elections. The votes are still being counted but the leader of the opposition leader party Bill Shorten-- conceded defeat

6.Serena Williams wins 7th Wimbledon crown
Serena Williams wins her 7th Wimbledon crown. It's a double delight for the Williams' sisters. Serena Williams beat German 4th seed Angelique Kerber for her 7th title

Israel 'sending away African migrants' - BBC News

The BBC has gathered evidence that Israel is sending unwanted African migrants to other countries under secretive deals which may be in breach of international law. The Israeli government refuses to name the third countries involved in the deals, but the BBC has spoken to people who say they were sent to Rwanda and Uganda.
Kathy Harcombe reports.

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Does PM Imran Khan really consider OBL a Shaheed or an indirect Threat to USA & CIA?

PM Imran Khan, Pakistan's PM, called Osama Bin Laden (OBL) Shaheed or a martyr during budget Budget speech on the floor of National Assembly of Pakistan
But does he really consider OBL is a Shaheed a martyr in a greater cause or or it was an indirect threat to USA and CIA due to their protection to Indian terrorists in Afghanistan? or it was just a slip of tongue?

It's very important to know the context and history of Imran khan's point of view on this topic in order to understand what he really meant in this speech.

Does PM Imran Khan really consider OBL a Shaheed or an indirect Threat to USA & CIA?
PM Imran Khan Slip of Tongue
PM Imran Khan on Osama bin Laden
PM Imran Khan Speech in National Assembly
PM Imran Khan Slip of tongue in National Assembly
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Manisha Koirala & PM Oli Endorse Nepal's New Map 2020: Nepal wants Kalapani Lipukeh Back from India


China India border fight & why Indian Army losing credibility [frustration in India]


Siliguri Corridor or Chicken Neck of India [China Pakistan Nepal]


Kalapani Lipulekh dispute [India Nepal Border]: All you need to know





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Hamza bin Laden, son of Osama bin Laden, believed dead

Hamza bin Laden, son of Osama bin Laden, believed dead

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PM Imran Khan admits Pakistani army and ISI trained al-Qaida

The Pakistani army and ISI trained al-Qaida and other terrorist groups to fight in Afghanistan, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has made the explosive disclosure. Although it has long been known that the Pakistani military trained the so-called mujaheddin that fought Soviet troops in Afghanistan under CIA tutelage, it is the first time that any Pakistani leader has directly and specifically confirmed the Pakistan military and intelligence agency trained al -Qaida — which is largely a post-Soviet withdrawal entity — and continued to maintain links with the group.

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After Suleimani: Crisis, Opportunity, and the Future of the Gulf

The killing of Gen. Qassem Suleimani in January 2020 sent conflicting signals about the depth of U.S. engagement in the Gulf. The United States seems intent to diminish its presence while keeping an active hand in regional affairs. Meanwhile, Russia and China are exploring ways to reshape their own presence in the region.

Please join the CSIS Middle East Program for a conference to examine the Gulf region in the wake of General Qassem Suleimani's death. Two expert panels will explore security threats and new opportunities for diplomacy in the region. General Joseph L. Votel will then deliver a keynote address on Great Power competition in the Gulf, followed by a Q&A moderated by Jon B. Alterman, senior vice president, Zbigniew Brzezinski chair in global security and geostrategy, and director of the Middle East Program.

This event is made possible by generous support from the United Arab Emirates Embassy.

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BBC News anchor says Obama bin laden

BBC news anchor accidentally says Obama bin laden during the coverage of Osama bin ladens death

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Dartmouth: Montgomery Fellow John Abizaid

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The United States and the Middle East: Strategic Choices for the Way Ahead

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