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TEARS: A woman weeps over the body of slain Kashmir law minister Mushtaq Ahmed Lone

PAKISTAN
Three Strikes Against Terrorism
Pakistan and the U.S. scored a victory against al-Qaeda with the arrest of Ramzi Binalshibh. Two other suspected al-Qaeda members were killed and at least 10 were detained in a series of raids in Karachi. Officials believe Binalshibh, a Yemeni who belonged to al-Qaeda's Hamburg cell, helped plan the Sept. 11 attacks. He had been denied a visa to enter the U.S. four times. Germany said it would request his extradition.

Elsewhere, Dutch police arrested the head of a Kurdish group suspected of links...

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