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Abu Mousab al-Zarqawi: His Enemy Is America

In the year before the Iraq invasion, the U.S. had opportunities to kill terrorist leader Abu Mousab al-Zarqawi. But Washington refrained, afraid of spooking...

An X for Al-Zarqawi?

Mystery has always surrounded Abu Mousab al-Zarqawi, the leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq and the country's deadliest terrorist. But the latest puzzler is whether he's...

Iraq's French Connection?

At least 11 alleged Islamist radicals were being held by Police after a series of sweeps around Paris that authorities claim reveal new links to al-Qaeda's...

Bruce Vs. Bin Laden

Maybe all the war on terrorism needs is a real live pretend action hero. BRUCE WILLIS says he will pay $1 million to any civilian who turns in Osama bin Laden,...

Watch the Border

TWO WEEKS AFTER intelligence officials confirmed that Osama bin Laden had sent a message to Jordanian-born terrorist Abu Mousab al-Zarqawi, urging him to plan...

The New bin Laden?

Al-Qaeda's leader in Iraq, Abu Mousab al-Zarqawi, was rumored to be gravely injured or dead just a few months ago. Since then, his organization is believed to...

With Zarqawi Dead, Can the Troops Come Home?

June has been good for the U.S. and Iraqi governments, but has it been as good as both say? The killing of terrorist leader Abu Mousab al-Zarqawi was a huge...

The Road to Civil War?

2003 August: Four months after the fall of Saddam Hussein, a car bomb kills leading Shi'ite politician Ayatullah Mohammed Bakir al-Hakim and 90 others near...

The End of al-Zarqawi

The killing of Abu Mousab al-Zarqawi, the ambitious and notorious leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq, removes a high-profile terrorist from the battlefield. But readers...

Letters

Readers were skeptical about whether the killing of al-Qaeda's leader in Iraq, Abu Mousab al-Zarqawi, would hasten the end of the war—and whether it merited the...

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