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Mumbai Terror Attacks

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  • U.S. offers $10-million bounty for Pakistani militant chief

     
    The U.S. government has set a $10-million bounty on Hafiz Mohammed Saeed, the founder of a Pakistani militant group with suspected links to Al Qaeda and the alleged mastermind behind the 2008 attacks in the Indian city of Mumbai that killed 166 people....
  • Thousands protest reopening of NATO supply routes in Pakistan

     
    In Pakistan, thousands of followers of leading Islamist clerics began marching July 8 from the eastern city of Lahore to the capital, Islamabad, to protest Pakistan’s decision to once again let NATO move Afghanistan-bound supply convoys through...
  • Monthlong India election begins

    Monthlong India election begins
    Voting in the world's most populous democracy kicks off today, featuring hundreds of political parties, aging leaders and a colorful cast of Bollywood and cricket stars offering themselves up for the yea or nay of the masses. An estimated 714 million...
  • Milt Program Guide Dec 08

    MONDAY, DECEMBER 1ST REFLECTIONS ON INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM- OPEN LINE Tonight after the Northwestern basketball game, Milt will take your phone calls in response to a few articles recently written concerning the terrorist attack in Mumbai and, more...
  • Dave Eggers, newspaper publisher?

    Dave Eggers, newspaper publisher?
    Dave Eggers doesn't look like a newspaper baron. At 39, wearing a baseball cap and hiking boots, the author -- whose most recent project is the screenplay for "Where the Wild Things Are" -- appears more an older brother to the interns who work...
  • World watch

    Argentina Authorities announced several measures to control H1N1 influenza, or swine flu, allocating $263 million to fight the spread of the disease. Officials extended school vacations throughout the country, declared health emergencies in 12 of the...
  • Pakistan's clear message to the West

    Politics is never dull in Pakistan. This week, it was inspirational too. On Monday, I watched people flock to the home of Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry. A tense standoff between the government and a coalition of opposition groups over Chaudhry's...
  • 2 accused of terror plot probed for India attack links

    Authorities in Chicago are looking into allegations that two local men accused of plotting an assault on a Danish newspaper that published controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad may be linked to other plots, including a terrorist assault in Mumbai...
  • Local man cited in India attack

    Months before a team of terrorists killed 170 people in coordinated attacks in Mumbai, a Chicago man was conducting surveillance of the hotels and other locations that would come under assault, prosecutors here said Monday. David Coleman Headley, a...
  • A not-guilty plea in Mumbai plot

    While FBI Director Robert Mueller was in town for a briefing on a terror case that reaches from Chicago to Denmark and India, the man at the center of the investigation stood before a federal judge Wednesday in his first public court appearance. David...
  • Chicago terror suspects were bugged

    Unaware they were being secretly recorded on a long car ride, two Chicago men spoke openly in September of how they knew about plans for the terror attacks that killed nearly 170 people last year in Mumbai, India, federal investigators alleged for the...