Nayef Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud News
Al Qaeda Foe Who Survived Suicide Attack Named Top Security Official in Saudi Arabia
Prince Muhammed Survived 'Body Cavity' Bomb Designed by AQAP Master Bombmaker
The Global Note: The Pain In Spain…Failed States…Suu Kyi's Tour…China's "Annihilator"
EUROPE: HOPE FADES… -BIG PICTURE…The foreign news is still very much the financial news – and the financial news is really grim. Once again a Monday sigh of relief has given way to an ugly Tuesday – just as last week’s Spanish bank bailout looked...
Saudi Crown Prince Nayef Bin Abdul Aziz Dies
A key US ally from Saudi Arabia has died crown prince not have passed away this morning. That was a hard Interior Minister who led Saudi Arabia's fierce crackdown crushing al-Qaeda in that country was also supportive. Of the US stance on Syria and Iran was in his late seventies and had been next in
The Global Note: Siege in Toulouse…Mexico's Sigh Of Relief…Al Qaeda's Media Guide…World's Longest Wedding Dress
TERROR SUSPECT IN VIOLENT STANDOFF -UNDER SIEGE…French police have surrounded a Frenchman of North African descent who they believe is responsible for the killings of three Jewish schoolchildren, a rabbi and three paratroopers in the south west of the country. The suspect, Mohammed Merah, 24,...
New Saudi Crown Prince Is Counter-Terror Veteran
Saudi Arabia's new crown prince earned the nickname "The Prince of Shadows" during a 36-year counter-terror career in which he thwarted al Qaeda's ambitions inside the Kingdom and may also have survived assassination attempts by radical Islamists. Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz became known as "The
Saudi Prince Accused of Drug Smuggling Avoids Prosecution
Investigators Say Saudi Government Is Protecting Him From U.S., French Justice
Insider 01/04/05: Holding Suspects
U.S. administration officials are preparing long-range plans for indefinitely imprisoning suspected terrorists whom they do not want to set free or turn over to courts in the United States or other countries, according to intelligence, defense and diplomatic officials, the Washington Post reports
Secrets of the Saudi Royal Family
A Saudi prince moved roughly two tons of cocaine from Colombia to an airport outside Paris, using his diplomatic status and a royal family 727 jet, U.S. and French law enforcement authorities told ABC News. "It doesn't happen without him," said Tom Raffanello of the Drug Enforcement Agency in
The Insider: Daily Terrorism Report
Ahmad Chalabi, the Iraqi leader and U.S. ally who has recently fallen out of favor with the Bush administration, allegedly revealed to an Iranian official that the U.S. government had broken the secret communications code of Iran's intelligence service, news organizations reported today. Last