Massacre In The Name Of Allah (SWT)

Palestinian militant killed
Israeli troops shoot dead a man recently active in Islamic Jihad, in an operation in the Balata refugee camp.
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Fourteen dead in Kashmir violence
At least 14 people, including eight suspected Islamic militants, are killed and nine wounded in Indian-administered Kashmir.
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Politician killed in Kashmir
Police in Indian-administered Kashmir say suspected militants have killed a prominent pro-India political activist, Ghulam Mohiuddin Lone.
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Israel says al-Qaeda active in Gaza
The Israeli Prime Minister says al-Qaeda militants are operating in the Gaza Strip - an accusation strongly denied by the Palestinians.
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Militant chief 'helped plan' Bali attack
Indonesian police say Mukhlas, arrested this week and a suspected leader of Jemaah Islamiah, was involved in the attack on Bali.
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Israel questions 'l-Qaeda financier'
Israel arrests a US citizen the authorities suspect of giving money to Palestinian militants on behalf of the al-Qaeda network.
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Israeli missile strike kills one
A man allegedly linked to a Palestinian militant group dies when Israeli helicopters raid a building in Gaza.
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'Clashes' in northern Iraq
Reports say fierce fighting has erupted near the city of Halabja between PUK guerrillas and Muslim militants thought to be linked to al-Qaeda.
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Indonesia arrests key Muslim militant
Police hold the man thought to be operations chief for militant group Jemaah Islamiah, linked by some governments to the Bali bombs.
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Islamic militants freed in Baluchistan
The leader of the Pakistani province of Baluchistan orders the release of all prisoners belonging to militant religious groups banned by President Musharraf.
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'Militants' arrested in Tamil Nadu
Police in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu say they have arrested 10 people suspected of being Islamic militants.
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Mosque standoff ends in Kashmir
Troops in Indian-administered Kashmir lift their siege of a mosque after 30 hours, following the surrender of a militant who was holed up inside.
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'Terror plot to hit Sydney Olympics'
Islamic militants planned to attack the 2000 Olympics in Sydney but decided against it, intelligence officials are reported as saying.
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Israel denies targeting food aid
The Israeli army says it is investigating why its troops destroyed a UN warehouse holding hundreds of tons of food aid for Palestinians.
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Two killed in Gaza raid
Two Palestinians are killed as the Israeli army raids a town and demolishes homes it says belonged to the families of militants.
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Kenya inquiry targets Somali militants
United States officials say a Somali-based Islamic group may have carried out Thursday's twin attacks on Israeli targets in Mombasa.
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Rocket attack on Kashmir radio
Suspected militants attack a state-owned radio station in Srinagar in Indian-administered Kashmir, causing no casualties.
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Dhaka rejects Indian al-Qaeda claims
The Bangladesh Government says allegations by India's foreign minister that it has become a haven for Islamic militants are "baseless".
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Kashmir leader firm on peace plans
The new chief minister in Indian-administered Kashmir says his "hearts and minds" policy will continue despite an upsurge in violence.
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Militants vow to avenge Jenin deaths
Palestinian militants threaten to hit back after what they say was a deliberate Israeli killing of two leaders - but the military denies involvement.
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Indian concern over 'militants'
Indian Foreign Minister Yashwant Sinha voices concern over alleged Islamic militant activity in neighbouring Bangladesh.
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Two Palestinian militant leaders killed
Two regional commanders of Palestinian militant groups die in an explosion in a house in the West Bank.
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Kashmir temple reopens
A Hindu temple in Indian-administered Kashmir reopens, two days after an attack that left 14 people dead.
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Press question Kashmir approach
Indian papers are split on whether the new Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, is right to free militants from jail.
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'Suicide bombers' held in Malaysia
Malaysia's police chief says that the country has detained Muslim militants who claim to have been members of a suicide bombing squad.
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'Shoe bomber' arrests in Paris
French police arrest eight suspected Islamic militants in connection with a British man's bid to blow up a plane with explosives in his shoes.
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Israeli army destroys Gaza home
Israeli army bulldozers make a brief incursion into the Gaza Strip to demolish the home of a suspected Islamic militant.
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Q&A: Kashmir dispute
BBC News Online looks at the key issues of the Kashmir dispute.
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Pakistan condemns Kashmir temple raids
Islamabad expresses sympathy after attacks on two temples in Indian-administered Kashmir, but says militants are ''beyond its control''
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Eyewitness: Anger in Jammu
Survivors of the latest Kashmir attack tell tales of horror, as crowds take to the streets to protest at the freeing of militants from jail.
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Lashkar-e-Toiba
BBC News Online looks at the background of the Pakistan-based militant group, blamed for attacks on two Hindu temples in Indian-administered Kashmir.
» 86% relevance  |  25/11/2002  |  similar stories
 

Pakistan blamed over Kashmir temple raids
India holds Pakistan responsible for attacks on two Hindu temples in Indian-administered Kashmir, in which 14 people have been killed.
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UN investigates Jenin official's killing
A UN investigation into the killing of a British aid worker in Jenin begins as the UN challenge Israel's account of his death.
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Israel closes Gaza coastline
Israel bans all Palestinian vessels from putting to sea, after a suicide boat attack on an Israeli naval patrol wounds four soldiers.
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US appeals to Israel over Bethlehem
Washington urges Israel to show restraint as its troops comb Bethlehem for Palestinian militants.
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British aid worker killed in West Bank
Aid worker Iain Hook is shot dead in the Palestinian town of Jenin during fighting between Israeli troops and militants.
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Kashmir police camp attacked
Two militants and six police officers are killed in an attack on a police camp in Srinagar hours before fresh peace talks are held.
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Militants admit Israel bus blast
Islamic movement Hamas says it carried out a suicide bombing in Jerusalem which killed 11 people, and threatens further attacks.
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India furious at militant's release
Delhi accuses Pakistan of ignoring its international commitments after the release of the former leader of an outlawed militant group.
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Australia probes militant visas claim
Australia's immigration minister orders an investigation into claims that Muslim extremists have been granted visas to Australia.
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Kashmir clashes leave 13 dead
At least 12 suspected Islamic militants and an Indian army officer have been killed in three separate incidents in Indian-administered Kashmir.
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Syria snubs US request
Damascus rebuffs a US plea to shut the office of Palestinian militants who claimed last week's deadly ambush in Hebron.
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Police crack down on Karachi militants
Thirty activists of an ethnic faction are arrested and its party HQ sealed off amid political manoeuvring to form a coalition.
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Police crack down on Karachi militants
Thirty activists of an ethnic faction are arrested and its party HQ sealed off amid political manoeuvring to form a coalition.
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Pakistan militant to be released
A Pakistani court orders the immediate release of Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, founder of the banned militant group Lashkar-e-Toiba.
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Mid-East press debate Hebron
Israeli papers and the Gulf media debate the latest attack by Palestinian militants in the West Bank city of Hebron.
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In pictures: Bloodshed in Hebron
Images from the city of Hebron, where 12 Israelis were killed by Palestinian militants in an ambush.
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Hebron settlers die in gun attack
Twelve Israelis are killed in an attack by Palestinian militants in the West Bank town of Hebron, and Israel fires missiles on Gaza City.
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Kibbutz raid suspect arrested
The Israeli army arrests a senior Palestinian militant suspected of masterminding the kibbutz attack which killed five people.
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Jordan steps up drive against militants
Security forces collect weapons in the southern city of Maan in the latest stage of a big sweep against armed Islamists.
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Philippines arrest Abu Sayyaf bomber
Philippine authorities arrest a suspected militant who they say planned to bomb the US embassy and other targets in Manila.
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Jordan security sweep nets militants
Security forces involved in a major security operation in the southern city of Maan arrest two most-wanted Islamists, officials say.
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Firefighting 'militants' shunned
Tension is growing between full-time firefighters and their voluntary colleagues in Devon as the strike draws near.
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Israel set for strike on militants
Israel is poised to hit back after Prime Minister Ariel Sharon visited a kibbutz where a Palestinian gunman killed five people.
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Delhi police report on clash deaths
Police in the Indian capital Delhi release the results of post mortem examinations carried out on the bodies of suspected militants killed in a controversial shoot-out last week.
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Malaysia may tighten security laws
Malaysia may tighten its security laws after a judge orders the release of an Islamic militant suspect, who is immediately re-arrested.
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Jordan hunts down militants
Three people are killed in clashes in the southern city of Maan as security forces pursue fugitives including an Islamist leader.
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Pro-India militants get life term
A court in Indian-administered Kashmir sentences three pro-Indian militants to life imprisonment for murdering a forestry official six years ago.
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Top Palestinian militant killed
Israeli troops shoot dead senior Islamic Jihad member and bombing suspect Iyad Sawalha in a pre-dawn raid in the West Bank.
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Malaysian terror suspect wins appeal
A Malaysian judge orders the release of an alleged member of an Islamic militant group suspected of having links with al-Qaeda.
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Militant US Jew's 'suicide bid' challenged
Relatives and colleagues of Irv Rubin call for an investigation into his alleged suicide attempt, as he shows signs of recovery.
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US execution 'may trigger attacks'
US authorities warn that militants may kidnap or kill Americans overseas to mark the impending execution of an Islamic extremist.
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Delhi police report on 'militants' killing
Police in the Indian capital Delhi says it will give within a week its version of a controversial shoot-out which left two alleged militants dead.
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Delhi police report on 'militants' killing
Police in the Indian capital Delhi says it will give within a week its version of a controversial shoot-out which left two alleged militants dead.
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Indonesian militants clean up campaign
A militant Islamic group in Indonesia renounces the use of violence in its campaign to close bars, cafes and other entertainment spots.
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Kashmir grenade injures 10
Police in Indian-administered Kashmir say at least 10 people have been injured by a grenade thrown by suspected militants.
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US Jewish militant 'ttempts suicide'
Irv Rubin, leader of the militant Jewish Defense League, is left brain dead after an apparent suicide attempt while awaiting trial.
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Fresh attack in Kashmir
Security forces in Indian-held Kashmir shoot dead three suspected militants blamed for killing four civilians earlier on Tuesday.
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Militant raid mars Indian festival
The Indian army kills two militants and foils a suicide attack in Kashmir as the country celebrates Diwali, the festival of lights.
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'Red Brigades leader' held in Argentina
Police arrest a suspected leading member of Italy's militant Red Brigades, which carried out a string of attacks in the 1970s and 1980s.
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Indian police kill two 'Islamic militants'
Two suspected Islamic militants are shot dead by police in one of Delhi's most prestigious shopping centres.
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Cleric 'imed for Australian influence'
Indonesia's radical Islamic leader, Abu Bakar Ba'syir, visited Australia 11 times to try to spread his militancy, the government says.
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Profile: Israeli defence chief Shaul Mofaz
BBC News Online profiles Israel's new hardline defence minister Shaul Mofaz, who has spearheaded the crackdown on Palestinian militants.
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Saudi militants 'ready for jihad'
Islamic militants in Saudi Arabia say Saudis are ready to take up arms to defend Iraq if the US attacks the country.
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Freed Pakistan militant back home
Pakistan lets the founder of the banned Lashkar-e-Toiba militant group return home - but he is said to be under house arrest.
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Pakistan arrests bomb suspect
Pakistani police arrest an alleged Islamic militant in connection with a series of parcel bomb attacks in Karachi earlier this month.
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Russia seals off Chechen camps
Russian troops surround refugee camps on Chechnya's border, as a crackdown against militants goes on after the Moscow hostage crisis.
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Two militants killed in Assam
Police in the north-eastern Indian state of Assam say two militants from the outlawed United Liberation Front of Assam (Ulfa) were killed in a gun battle with security forces.
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US urges India-Pakistan talks
A senior US State Department official urges India and Pakistan to resume talks - despite continuing infiltration by separatist militants.
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Indian press sees Kashmir hope
Newspapers welcome a new coalition in Indian-held Kashmir as the best bet for peace, but remain sceptical about its chances of success.
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New Kashmir leader pledges action
The new leader of the coalition set to take power in Indian-held Kashmir announces measures to tackle rights abuses and end militancy.
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Malaysia to set up 'nti-terror' centre
Washington asks Malaysia to host a centre designed to help South East Asian countries fight militant groups.
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Malaysia to set up 'nti-terror' centre
Washington asks Malaysia to host a centre designed to help South East Asian countries fight militant groups.
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Israel tightens grip on Jenin
Six suspected Palestinian militants are arrested as Israeli troops take over buildings and impose a curfew in the West Bank city of Jenin.
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Indonesia urged to tackle militants
Australian PM John Howard calls on Indonesia to tackle militants thought to be linked to the Bali bombing, ahead of a regional summit in Mexico.
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Militant Islamic group joins UN terror list
Jemaah Islamiah which is suspected of involvement in the Bali attack, goes on the UN's list of al-Qaeda linked groups.
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Analysis: Is al-Qaeda to blame?
BBC Islamic affairs analyst Roger Hardy explains the complex and varied motives behind recent attacks involving Islamic militants.
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Israel scours Jenin for militants
Troops and tanks enter the West Bank town looking for Palestinians suspected of masterminding Monday's suicide attack.
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Pakistan arrests militant suspects
Police in Pakistan say they have arrested two suspected members of the al-Qaeda network in the north-western city of Peshawar.
» 80% relevance  |  24/10/2002  |  similar stories
 

Indonesian police sketch Bali suspects
Indonesian police say they have sketches of the Bali bomb suspects, as the US moves against a militant Islamic group.
» 80% relevance  |  23/10/2002  |  similar stories
 

Q&A: Kashmir assembly elections
A look at the main issues and contenders in the recent assembly elections in Indian-administered Kashmir.
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Militants bomb Israeli bus
An explosion rips through a bus in northern Israel, killing at least 15 people and wounding at least 30.
» 82% relevance  |  21/10/2002  |  similar stories
 

Attack in western Algeria
The latest attack in western Algeria is blamed on Islamic militants bringing to 50 the number killed in similar incidents this month.
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Suspected militants killed in Kashmir
Security officials in Indian Kashmir say five separatist militants were shot dead in a gun battle with Indian troops on Thursday.
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Algerian Islamic students shot dead
Islamic militants reportedly kill 15 people, including 13 students at a Koranic school, in two separate incidents west of the capital, Algiers.
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Malaysia detains suspected militants
The authorities in Malaysia arrest five suspects linked to the Indonesian Islamic militant group accused of involvement in the bomb attack on Bali.
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Indonesian militant group 'disbands'
One of Indonesia's most militant Muslim groups, Laskar Jihad, disbands - denying the decision is linked to the Bali bombings.
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Megawati hit by Bali bomb fallout
Governing a country as large and complex as Indonesia has always been difficult. The Bali bombing makes the task a great deal harder.
» 80% relevance  |  14/10/2002  |  similar stories
 

Palestinian dies in phone box blast
A alleged Palestinian militant is killed while making a call from a telephone booth near Bethlehem, Palestinian sources say.
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Indonesia's militant threat
BBC News Online's Angus Foster investigates some of the militant groups likely to be accused of involvement in the Bali bombing.
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Indian press praises poll turnout
The BBC's Ayanjit Sen takes a look at what Indian newspapers are saying about the elections in Indian-administered Kashmir.
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Sharon defies Gaza attack critics
The Israeli PM shrugs off foreign criticism of a raid which killed 14 Palestinians, as a Jewish settler dies in an apparent reprisal.
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India praises Kashmir turn out
The Indian authorities say the turn out in elections in the violence-scarred territory of Kashmir was better than expected.
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Israel's assassination strategy
BBC News Online looks at Israel's continuing use of "targeted assassinations" to fight the Palestinian militants.
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Inter-Palestinian clashes rock Gaza
Gun battles erupt in Gaza City after militants posing as police ambush and kill a senior security official blamed for the death of Hamas militants.
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Kashmir election violence continues
Twelve people die in violence in Indian-administered Kashmir, as the territory approaches the final stage of assembly elections.
» 83% relevance  |  05/10/2002  |  similar stories
 

'Militant threat' to Indonesian leader
Indonesian President Megawati Sukarnoputri faces a "significant threat" from Islamic radicals, an al-Qaeda expert tells BBC News Online.
» 83% relevance  |  04/10/2002  |  similar stories
 

Pakistan militant chief 'held illegally'
The wife of Lashkar-e-Toiba founder, Hafiz Saeed, tells a court that Pakistani intelligence is holding him illegally.
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Upsurge in Kashmir violence
At least 12 people die in the latest violence in Indian-administered Kashmir as the territory enters the last leg of elections.
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Kashmir rocked by violence
At least 10 people are killed in a series of attacks in Indian-administered Kashmir just a day after violence marred elections in the state.
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Kashmir polls close on violent note
Polls close on the third stage of state elections in Indian-administered Kashmir at the end of a day of attacks by suspected militants.
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Analysis: South India's most wanted
The leader of a group of Muslim militants killed by police in southern India had been high on the police's most wanted list, as BBC correspondent Charles Haviland explains.
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Indian temples offered insurance
A leading Indian insurance company is offering cover to temples against possible militant attacks following the temple siege in Gujarat.
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India blames Pakistan for 'terror'
Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee says the world must hold Pakistan accountable for "terrorism" against India.
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Pakistani police kill alleged militants
Pakistani police say two militants thought to have been involved in an attack on a church in Punjab last year have been shot dead.
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Violence continues before Kashmir poll
Eight people are killed in Indian-administered Kashmir as election officials prepare for the third round of polling.
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Seven killed in Algeria
An attack the Algerian authorities blame on Islamic militants claims seven lives in the west of the country.
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Four dead in Kashmir attack
An attempt on the life of a candidate in the elections in Indian-administered Kashmir leaves four people dead.
» 89% relevance  |  28/09/2002  |  similar stories
 

FBI questions Iraqi Kurd militant
The head of a radical Kurdish Islamic group arrested in the Netherlands tells US officials he has no links with Saddam Hussein or al-Qaeda.
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Malaysia arrests 'key' Islamic militant
Malaysian police arrest a man they call a senior leader of a local Islamic militant group with alleged links to regional terrorism.
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Militant 'survives' Gaza attack
Israel says Thursday's missile strike in the Gaza Strip failed to kill its intended target - a top Hamas militant blamed for many attacks.
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Annan deplores Israel's Gaza attack
UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan speaks out after an Israeli missile strike on Gaza, which targeted a senior Hamas militant.
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Israel targets suicide bomb mastermind
Two Palestinians are killed in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City, but it is not clear if they include the apparent target, a militant group leader.
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Q&A: Gujarat siege
A look at the key questions arising out of the attack on a Hindu temple complex in Gujarat.
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Israel's struggle for security
BBC News Online looks at the various ways Israel has responded to security threats during the two years of the Palestinian uprising.
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India deploys troops after temple attack
Reinforcements are sent to Gujarat after a militant Hindu group calls for a nationwide strike in the wake of an attack on a temple
» 85% relevance  |  25/09/2002  |  similar stories
 

Pakistan militants 'plan fresh attacks'
The authorities in Pakistan step up security measures around non-Muslim places of worship, fearing fresh attacks from Islamic militants.
» 95% relevance  |  24/09/2002  |  similar stories
 

Nine dead in Gaza clashes
Nine Palestinians are killed as Israeli troops move into Gaza City to target militants, while Yasser Arafat remains under siege in Ramallah.
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Mixed response to Kashmir vote
Voting ends in the crucial second phase of elections in Indian Kashmir, which was marred by violence and a boycott call by separatists.
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