Caucasus Emirate News
Cable: For Years FBI Was Little Help Going After ‘Russia’s Bin Laden’
Russian security services for years asked the FBI for information the Americans may have had on the man known as “Russia’s Osama bin Laden,” but the FBI was little help – mostly because even after high-profile terror attacks and an official terrorist designation by the U.S., the Bureau hadn’t
Report: Doku Umarov , 'Russia's Bin Laden,' Dead
The leader of the Caucasus insurgency Doku Umarov, also called "Russia's bin Laden," has been killed, according to a militant website closely linked to the insurgency. The death of Umarov, who has lead a violent campaign against the Russians throughout the Northern Caucasus for years and who most
Feds Searching for Friend of Boston Marathon Suspect, 'Concern' Over Chechnya Trip
Sources: 23-Year-Old Posted 'Alarming' Images Online; Father Says They Don't Mean 'Anything'
The Secret Battles Between U.S. Forces and Chechen Terrorists
Militants Fighting For Taliban and Al Qaeda Shared Kinship With Extremists Who Threaten Sochi Olympics
Sochi Toothpaste Bomb Plot Ongoing, Sources Say
The recent ban on toothpaste on Russia-bound aircraft grew out of the discovery of a larger, ongoing plot by terrorists to explode a bomb on a plane during the Olympics, U.S. law enforcement and intelligence sources told ABC News today. "That is an ongoing concern right now, the effort to put a
US Eyeing More Airline Safety Measures As Sochi 2014 Olympic Games Begin
After Toothpaste Tube Intel, DHS Secretary Says Actions Taken 'Out of an Abundance of Caution'
Russians Unfazed By Toothpaste Tube Bomb Warning as Sochi Olympics Kick Off
Russia's top Olympic official appeared untroubled today by American intelligence indicating a possible terrorist plot involving toothpaste tubes that could be used to hide explosives on airplanes coming into the country. "All the information we have at this moment on threats and risks allows us to
Olympic Threat: US Warns Airlines About Toothpaste Tube Bomb
The Department of Homeland Security has issued a warning to U.S. and some foreign airlines traveling to Russia for the Olympic Games to be on the lookout for toothpaste containers, which some intelligence indicates may actually hold ingredients that could be used to construct a bomb aboard a plane,
Team USA Skaters Stare Down Terrorism in Russia a Second Time
10 American Speed Skaters Flew Into Moscow the Day an Airport Was Bombed in 2011
Are Olympics too big to succeed?
Even if the Olympics are your favorite sporting event, bar none, a nagging thought has been hard to tamp down in the past few days amid the steady thrum of downbeat news swirling around the Winter Games which begin Feb. 7 in Sochi, Russia. Are we quickly getting to the point where the Olympics are