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Latest Najibullah Zazi Items
A 34-year-old New York man who joined al Qaeda, then plotted and attempted to commit suicide terrorist attacks was sentenced Friday in federal court in New York to life in prison for multiple federal terrorism offenses.
NEW YORK | A New York man was convicted Tuesday of plotting an aborted suicide mission against New York City subways in 2009 a case that featured the first-time testimony from admitted homegrown terrorists about al Qaeda's fixation with pulling off another attack on American soil.
The full beard he wore at the time of his arrest well over two years ago was gone, replaced by closely cropped hair both on his face and head.
The admitted mastermind of a foiled suicide attack on the New York City subways says he learned formulas for homemade bombs while at an al Qaeda training compound in Pakistan in 2008.
Three former high school classmates, after getting terror training at an al Qaeda outpost, discussed bombing New York City movie theaters, Grand Central Terminal, Times Square and the New York Stock Exchange before targeting the city's subways, a prosecutor said Monday at the trial for one of the men.
Three former high school classmates, after getting terror training at an al Qaeda outpost, discussed bombing New York movie theaters, Grand Central Terminal, Times Square and the New York Stock Exchange before targeting the city's subways, a prosecutor said Monday at the trial for one of them.
A cousin of admitted terrorist Najibullah Zazi publicly admitted for the first time Monday that he was in on Zazi's chilling 2009 plot to attack New York subways with suicide bombers.
DEVELOPING STORY: A former Denver airport shuttle driver admitted Monday to a plot to bomb the New York subways, saying he was recruited by al Qaeda in Pakistan for a "martyrdom plan" against the United States.