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Pakistan Arrests Show Progress in Terror

Vital information gleaned from the arrests of a senior al-Qaida terrorist and a militant computer expert highlights the progress Pakistan is making in the fight against terrorism. But it also illustrates that this Islamic nation remains a refuge for Osama bin Laden’s group, where the most wanted men in the world can hide out for years. “We know that al-Qaida is here. They have their sleeper cells in Pakistan, and we are trying to eliminate them,” Interior Minister Faisal Saleh Hayyat told The Associated Press. Intelligence agents found plans for new attacks in e-mails on the computer of Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, a Tanzanian arrested July 25 after a 12-hour gunbattle in the eastern city of Gujrat, said Information Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed. Full Story

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