Secret Iraqi files detail contacts with Africa group linked to Al Qaeda. A cache of files recovered from the bombed-out headquarters of Iraq’s intelligence agency shows Saddam Hussein’s regime had links to an Islamist terror group in Africa – and had corresponded about opening a Baghdad training camp for the group. The documents, pulled by a reporter from a tangle of wires and shredded paper, may be important evidence of the relationship between the Hussein regime and Osama bin Laden’s Al Qaeda network – something the Bush administration has long sought to prove. They also reveal of the daily problems and intense anger of the terrorists’ world. In one document written in English in a sloping, almost schoolboyish, hand, a terror leader in Uganda vows to attack the US and its allies without rest. Full Story
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