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  • TRANSPORTATION SECURITY VOA 15 Jan. 2002-- Open U-S borders are essential for both commerce and travel but are also a symbol of democracy. But the September 11th terrorist attacks on New York and Washington have renewed a long-time debate on just how secure U-S borders and the transportation system truly are
  • SINGAPORE / TERRORIST THREATS VOA 15 Jan. 2002-- Authorities in Singapore continue to tighten security following the arrest of 13 people suspected of planning terrorist attacks against targets belonging to the United States and other countries.
  • WALKER CHARGED VOA 15 Jan. 2002-- The United States is charging one of its own citizens with working for terrorists in an effort to kill Americans in Afghanistan while fighting for the Taleban. Attorney General John Ashcroft has announced 20 year-old Californian John Walker Lindh has admitted to meeting with Osama bin Laden and training in terrorist camps run by bin Laden's al-Qaida network
  • Transcript: John Walker Lindh to Be Tried in Federal Court, Ashcroft Says 15 Jan. 2002 -- U.S. citizen John Walker Lindh, who trained with the al Qaeda terrorist organization and fought alongside Taliban forces in Afghanistan, is being brought back to the United States from a U.S. military ship to stand trial in a U.S. federal court.
  • BRITAIN / U-S / PRISONERS VOA 15 Jan. 2002-- Britain says it is so far satisfied with the treatment of al-Qaida and Taleban prisoners being held at a U-S military base in Cuba
  • RUMSFELD / TERROR VOA 15 Jan. 2002-- Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says he fully expects further terrorist attacks by al-Qaida and its sympathizers.
  • Text: Joint Report Says $15,000 million needed for Afghanistan 15 Jan. 2002-- The reconstruction of Afghanistan is expected to cost $15,000 million over the next 10 years, according to a report from the U.N. Development Program, World Bank and Asian Development Bank.
  • Transcript: Paul Wolfowitz Interview With New York Times 15 Jan. 2002-- On the war against terrorism, Wolfowitz said countries where governmental authority is either weak or close to nonexistent are places where terrorists could create a haven. He gave the example of Indonesia.



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