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Bin Laden threatens to use bio-weapons in 'unbelieveable' attacks

World’s most wanted terrorist Osama bin Laden convened a huge ‘terror summit’ in Afghanistan shortly after Saddam Hussein regime collapsed in Iraq, in which he outlined plans to launch “unbelieveable” attacks using biological weapons, a media report said on Sunday. At the meeting held in a mountain stronghold in April, bin Laden said he was working on “serious projects”, the latest issue of Newsweek magazine quotes Taliban officials in Pakistan and Afghanistan as saying. “His priority is to use biological weapons,” a source, who claimed that Al-Qaeda already has such weapons, was quoted as saying. The source insisted he did not know any further details like how these would be transported, but bragged: “Osama’s next step will be unbelievable.” The plan was reportedly delayed and revised after the March capture of Al-Qaeda’s operations chief Khalid Shaikh Mohammed in Rawalpindi, the report said. Full Story

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