Terrorism: March 17, 2000


The terrorist network run by Osama bin Laden is said to have been seriously compromised by recent intelligence successes, many of which have never been reported. Several nations have agreed to exchange data on bin Laden and his group. Those nations have used surveillance, eavesdropping, and infiltration to gain more information than has previously been available. The result of this focus has been that dozens of his operatives have been arrested in Britain, Germany, Canada, Jordan, Pakistan, and the US. Sources indicate that bin Laden has been forced to switch his attack


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