Al-Qaeda Now: More Arrests, New Threats In The Fight Against Terror

U.S. forces may not have captured bin Laden, but since Sept. 11, officials in 98 countries have rounded up more than 2,700 al-Qaeda or allied terror suspects. Yet as new indictments were handed up in the U.S. and Europe last week, evidence of further plots emerged. Al-Qaeda, it seems, maintains a global reach. --Amanda Bower


A federal grand jury last week indicted a second U.S. citizen for al-Qaeda related activity; the first was John Walker Lindh (see box). Earnest James Ujaama allegedly conspired to set up a jihad training camp in Oregon and provide support and resources for al-Qaeda. He...

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