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Canada finds Al-Qaeda information on financier’s laptop

Canadian police discovered information about al-Qaeda and the Taliban on a laptop computer belonging to the daughter of reputed militant financier Ahmed Said Khadr, officials said.The computer, DVDs, audiotapes and Zaynab Khadr’s diary were seized by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) upon her return from Pakistan in February, but their existence was only made public this week after police asked a court for permission to keep them longer. In a court affadavit, the RCMP claimed they found information on the computer about wanted terrorists and details of attacks on coalition forces in Afghanistan, as well as songs that included Osama bin Laden’s voice and video clips of the fugitive that are “cause for concern and require futher investigation.”Full Story

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