Scott Shane The New York Times

'Scott Shane The New York Times' - 26 News Result(s)

  • As Siblings Again Unite To Unleash Terror, Experts Ask What Drives Them
    World News | Jim Yardley, Rukmini Callimachi and Scott Shane, The New York Times | Thursday March 24, 2016
    The identification of Khalid and Ibrahim El Bakraoui as suicide bombers in the deadly Brussels attacks is confronting investigators and counterterrorism experts with a disturbingly recurrent question: Why do so many terrorists turn out to be brothers?
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  • Clinton, 'Smart Power' And A Dictator's Fall
    World News | Jo Becker and Scott Shane, The New York Times | Sunday February 28, 2016
    By the time Mahmoud Jibril cleared customs at Le Bourget airport and sped into Paris, the U.S. secretary of state had been waiting for hours. But this was not a meeting Hillary Clinton could cancel. Their encounter could decide whether America was again going to war.
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  • Following a Trail of Extremism on Twitter, Guided by Appeal of Militants
    Written by Vidhyanshu | Wednesday May 6, 2015
    The onslaught of recruitment propaganda has multiplied the number of online enthusiasts for the Islamic State in the United States.
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  • NSA able to foil basic safeguards of privacy on Web
    Written by Vidhyanshu | Friday September 6, 2013
    NSA has cracked the encryption, that guards sensitive data like trade secrets, medical records, Web searches, Internet chats and phone calls.
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  • In din over Iran, rattling sabers echo
    World News | Scott Shane, The New York Times | Wednesday February 22, 2012
    The United States has now endured what by some measures is the longest period of war in its history, with more than 6,300 American troops killed and 46,000 wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan and the ultimate costs estimated at $3 trillion. Both wars lasted far longer than predicted.
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  • Iran nuclear standoff: Aggressive acts signal pressure on leadership, say observers
    World News | Scott Shane and Robert F. Worth, The New York Times | Thursday February 16, 2012
    A string of aggressive gestures by Iran this week -- assassination attempts on Israelis living abroad that were attributed to Tehran, renewed posturing over its nuclear program and fresh threats of economic retaliation -- suggest that Iranian leaders are responding frantically, and with increasing unpredictability, to the tightening of sanctions by...
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  • Radical US Muslims of little threat, says study
    World News | Scott Shane, The New York Times | Thursday February 9, 2012
    A feared wave of homegrown terrorism by radicalized Muslim Americans has not materialised, with plots and arrests dropping sharply over the two years since an unusual peak in 2009, according to a new study by a North Carolina research group. The study, to be released on Wednesday, found that 20 Muslim Americans were charged in violent plots or atta...
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  • In Afghan war, officer becomes a whistle-blower
    World News | By Scott Shane, The New York Times | Monday February 6, 2012
    On his second yearlong deployment to Afghanistan, Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis travelled 9,000 miles, patrolled with American troops in eight provinces and returned in October of last year with a fervent conviction that the war was going disastrously and that senior military leaders had not levelled with the American public.
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  • Group in US hoped for big payday in offer to help Gaddafi
    World News | By Scott Shane and Penn Bullock, The New York Times | Saturday November 19, 2011
    To a colourful group of Americans - the Washington terrorism expert, the veteran C.I.A. officer, the Republican operative, the Kansas City lawyer - the Libyan gambit last March looked like a rare business opportunity.
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  • WikiLeaks names sources in cables, even those marked "Strictly Protect"
    World News | Scott Shane, The New York Times | Tuesday August 30, 2011
    In a shift of tactics that has alarmed American officials, the anti-secrecy organization WikiLeaks has published on the Web nearly 134,000 leaked diplomatic cables in recent days, more than six times the total disclosed publicly since the posting of the leaked State Department documents began last November.
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  • Oslo suspect wrote of fear of Islam and plan for war
    World News | Steven Erlanger and Scott Shane, New York Times | Sunday July 24, 2011
    The Norwegian man charged Saturday with a pair of attacks in Oslo that killed at least 92 people left behind a detailed manifesto outlining his preparations and calling for a Christian war to defend Europe against the threat of Muslim domination, according to Norwegian and American officials familiar with the investigation.
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  • Why al-Zawahiri may be the wrong choice for Al Qaeda
    World News | Scott Shane, The New York Times | Friday June 17, 2011
    American counterterrorism officials all but welcomed the announcement on Thursday that Ayman al-Zawahiri would succeed Osama bin Laden as leader of Al Qaeda, arguing that his deep flaws are likely to weaken the core of the terrorist network.Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said Bin Laden "had a peculiar charisma that I think Zawahiri does not have...
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  • Porn stash found at bin Laden compound
    World News | Scott Shane, The New York Times | Saturday May 14, 2011
    The enormous cache of computer files taken from Osama bin Laden's compound contained a considerable quantity of pornographic videos, American officials said on Friday, adding a discordant note to the public image of the Islamist militant who long denounced the West for its lax sexual mores. The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity about cl...
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  • World News | Scott Shane, The New York Times | Friday May 13, 2011
    CIA interrogators questioned three wives of Osama bin Laden for the first time on Thursday, 10 days after they were taken by Pakistani security forces from the compound where the Al Qaeda leader was killed, an American official confirmed on Friday.The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, declined to give any details about the duration of ...
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  • Data from raid links bin Laden to newer terror plots
    World News | Mark Mazzetti and Scott Shane, The New York Times | Friday May 6, 2011
    After reviewing computer files and documents seized at the compound where Osama bin Laden was killed, American intelligence analysts have concluded that the chief of Al Qaeda played a direct role for years in plotting terror attacks from his hide-out in Abbottabad, Pakistan, United States officials said Thursday. The C.I.A. had Bin Laden's compound...
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'Scott Shane The New York Times' - 26 News Result(s)

  • As Siblings Again Unite To Unleash Terror, Experts Ask What Drives Them
    World News | Jim Yardley, Rukmini Callimachi and Scott Shane, The New York Times | Thursday March 24, 2016
    The identification of Khalid and Ibrahim El Bakraoui as suicide bombers in the deadly Brussels attacks is confronting investigators and counterterrorism experts with a disturbingly recurrent question: Why do so many terrorists turn out to be brothers?
    www.ndtv.com
  • Clinton, 'Smart Power' And A Dictator's Fall
    World News | Jo Becker and Scott Shane, The New York Times | Sunday February 28, 2016
    By the time Mahmoud Jibril cleared customs at Le Bourget airport and sped into Paris, the U.S. secretary of state had been waiting for hours. But this was not a meeting Hillary Clinton could cancel. Their encounter could decide whether America was again going to war.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Following a Trail of Extremism on Twitter, Guided by Appeal of Militants
    Written by Vidhyanshu | Wednesday May 6, 2015
    The onslaught of recruitment propaganda has multiplied the number of online enthusiasts for the Islamic State in the United States.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • NSA able to foil basic safeguards of privacy on Web
    Written by Vidhyanshu | Friday September 6, 2013
    NSA has cracked the encryption, that guards sensitive data like trade secrets, medical records, Web searches, Internet chats and phone calls.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • In din over Iran, rattling sabers echo
    World News | Scott Shane, The New York Times | Wednesday February 22, 2012
    The United States has now endured what by some measures is the longest period of war in its history, with more than 6,300 American troops killed and 46,000 wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan and the ultimate costs estimated at $3 trillion. Both wars lasted far longer than predicted.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Iran nuclear standoff: Aggressive acts signal pressure on leadership, say observers
    World News | Scott Shane and Robert F. Worth, The New York Times | Thursday February 16, 2012
    A string of aggressive gestures by Iran this week -- assassination attempts on Israelis living abroad that were attributed to Tehran, renewed posturing over its nuclear program and fresh threats of economic retaliation -- suggest that Iranian leaders are responding frantically, and with increasing unpredictability, to the tightening of sanctions by...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Radical US Muslims of little threat, says study
    World News | Scott Shane, The New York Times | Thursday February 9, 2012
    A feared wave of homegrown terrorism by radicalized Muslim Americans has not materialised, with plots and arrests dropping sharply over the two years since an unusual peak in 2009, according to a new study by a North Carolina research group. The study, to be released on Wednesday, found that 20 Muslim Americans were charged in violent plots or atta...
    www.ndtv.com
  • In Afghan war, officer becomes a whistle-blower
    World News | By Scott Shane, The New York Times | Monday February 6, 2012
    On his second yearlong deployment to Afghanistan, Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis travelled 9,000 miles, patrolled with American troops in eight provinces and returned in October of last year with a fervent conviction that the war was going disastrously and that senior military leaders had not levelled with the American public.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Group in US hoped for big payday in offer to help Gaddafi
    World News | By Scott Shane and Penn Bullock, The New York Times | Saturday November 19, 2011
    To a colourful group of Americans - the Washington terrorism expert, the veteran C.I.A. officer, the Republican operative, the Kansas City lawyer - the Libyan gambit last March looked like a rare business opportunity.
    www.ndtv.com
  • WikiLeaks names sources in cables, even those marked "Strictly Protect"
    World News | Scott Shane, The New York Times | Tuesday August 30, 2011
    In a shift of tactics that has alarmed American officials, the anti-secrecy organization WikiLeaks has published on the Web nearly 134,000 leaked diplomatic cables in recent days, more than six times the total disclosed publicly since the posting of the leaked State Department documents began last November.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Oslo suspect wrote of fear of Islam and plan for war
    World News | Steven Erlanger and Scott Shane, New York Times | Sunday July 24, 2011
    The Norwegian man charged Saturday with a pair of attacks in Oslo that killed at least 92 people left behind a detailed manifesto outlining his preparations and calling for a Christian war to defend Europe against the threat of Muslim domination, according to Norwegian and American officials familiar with the investigation.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Why al-Zawahiri may be the wrong choice for Al Qaeda
    World News | Scott Shane, The New York Times | Friday June 17, 2011
    American counterterrorism officials all but welcomed the announcement on Thursday that Ayman al-Zawahiri would succeed Osama bin Laden as leader of Al Qaeda, arguing that his deep flaws are likely to weaken the core of the terrorist network.Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said Bin Laden "had a peculiar charisma that I think Zawahiri does not have...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Porn stash found at bin Laden compound
    World News | Scott Shane, The New York Times | Saturday May 14, 2011
    The enormous cache of computer files taken from Osama bin Laden's compound contained a considerable quantity of pornographic videos, American officials said on Friday, adding a discordant note to the public image of the Islamist militant who long denounced the West for its lax sexual mores. The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity about cl...
    www.ndtv.com
  • World News | Scott Shane, The New York Times | Friday May 13, 2011
    CIA interrogators questioned three wives of Osama bin Laden for the first time on Thursday, 10 days after they were taken by Pakistani security forces from the compound where the Al Qaeda leader was killed, an American official confirmed on Friday.The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, declined to give any details about the duration of ...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Data from raid links bin Laden to newer terror plots
    World News | Mark Mazzetti and Scott Shane, The New York Times | Friday May 6, 2011
    After reviewing computer files and documents seized at the compound where Osama bin Laden was killed, American intelligence analysts have concluded that the chief of Al Qaeda played a direct role for years in plotting terror attacks from his hide-out in Abbottabad, Pakistan, United States officials said Thursday. The C.I.A. had Bin Laden's compound...
    www.ndtv.com
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