here for embassy bombing sites and statistics.
in Kenya and Tanzania are leveled by near-simultaneous explosions.
A report on the bombings.
and diplomacy experts on U.S. embassy security protocol. (8/7/98)
Secretary of State Susan Rice responds to the attacks. (8/7/98)
Could the embassy
bombings have been prevented? Three experts discuss. (8/10/98)
of State for Political Affairs Thomas Pickering discusses possible
leads in the bombing case. (8/12/98)
Bombers Sentenced to Life Without Parole
Four alleged operatives of Osama bin Laden were sentenced today to life
in prison without parole for planning and executing the 1998 bombings
of two U.S. embassies in Africa. (10/18/01)
Second Bomber Given Life
A jury sentences the second of four men convicted in the African embassy
bombings to a life term without parole. (7/10/01)
One of the men convicted of executing the bombing of the U.S. embassy
in Kenya is sentenced to life in prison without parole. (6/12/01)
Taliban Won't Hand Over
Osama bin Laden
Afghanistan's ruling body says it will never hand over the exiled Saudi
millionare the U.S. believes is behind the embassy bombings. (5/30/01)
Guilty On All Counts
experts discuss the
conspiracy and murder convictions in the African embassy bombing
begin against four men accused
of conspiring to bomb U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. (2/5/01)
the findings of two panels looking into the bombings in Kenya and
The Search for Suspects
An international team continues
its investigation into the African embassy bombings.(9/30/98)
Who Is Osama bin Laden?
millionaire is believed to be behind a network of international
U.S. forces attack
facilities in Sudan and Afghanistan believed to be controlled by alleged
terrorist Osama bin Laden.
Special: Clinton administration comments on the U.S. military attacks.
Reaction to the U.S. missile attacks from:
Sudanese Ambassador to the UN (8/25/98)
UN representative from Afghanistans ruling Taliban (8/25/98)
Berger, President Clinton's National Security Adviser (8/21/98)
U.S. Congressmen (8/20/98)
The Coming War
The Clinton administration pledges
to wage a war against international terrorism.