October 2001
Time International (South Pacific Edition);10/1/2001, Issue 39, p40
Presents the list of terrorist organizations that was released by the State Department of the United States. Descriptions of al-Qaeda, Hamas, Hizballah, and others; Major attacks which have been carried out; Brief details of their numbers and locations.


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