A federal grand jury today indicted French Moroccan Zacarias Moussaoui on six counts of conspiring with Osama bin Laden and the 19 hijackers in the murder of thousands during the Sept. 11 attacks on Washington and New York.
After two days of relative quiet, an Israeli warplane bombed a Palestinian police headquarters in Gaza, wounding at least 20 people. The raids followed Palestinian mortar attacks against Israeli settlements earlier in the day.
Kwame Holman reports on Attorney General John Ashcroft's senate committee testimony concerning the war on terrorism and protection of civil liberties.
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat responded to pressure to crack down on militants by placing the founder of Hamas under house arrest.
The long-divided country took a crucial step toward stability this morning, with four rival factions nominating a chairman and cabinet members for an interim government.
President George W. Bush today froze the assets of a leading Muslim foundation in the United States, accusing it of helping to finance the militant Palestinian organization Hamas.
Four Afghan factions Tuesday agreed on a U.N.-brokered plan for an interim government and submitted the names of potential ministers.
Kwame Holman reports on President Bush's town meeting held earlier in Florida, during which he discussed ways to boost the U.S. economy.
Two views on the militant group that claimed responsibility for last weekend's suicide bombings in Israel.
By PBS NewsHour
Hamid Karzai, a 44-year-old Pashtun tribal leader, was sworn in Dec. 22 to lead Afghanistan's interim government -- the country's first official post-Taliban ruling body.
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