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Some 35 people, including nine Americans, are killed.

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The attacks are a watershed for the Saudi government, which for years had thought al-Qaida would not attack the kingdom. As a result of the attacks, cooperation between the U. Suicide bombers using cars or explosive belts set off at least five blasts in Casablanca, Morocco, killing 44 people, including 12 bombers, and wounding about The deaths of 17 bombers in Saudi and 12 in Morocco suggest that al-Qaida is having no trouble recruiting suicide bombers.

A suicide car bomber blows up a bus full of German peacekeepers, killing four and wounding 31 east of Kabul. An Afghan civilian and the bomber are also killed. A huge truck bomb kills 16 people and wounds as it rips through Marriott Hotel in the Indonesian capital Jakarta. One foreigner, a Dutch businessman, is among the dead. In an attack reminiscent of al-Qaida's May attack, suicide bombers backed by gunmen enter a residential compound in Riyadh detonate two car bombs, killing 17, among them 5 children, and wounding The attack uses vehicles disguised to look like police cars.

At least 29 people are killed and scores were injured in near simultaneous explosions at two Istanbul synagogues, the first al-Qaida attack against Muslim Turkey, a NATO member and military ally of Israel. One blast occurs outside the Neve Shalom synagogue in the historic Beyoglu district in the heart of Istanbul. Another goes off close to another synagogue in the nearby neighborhood of Sisli.

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An small Turkish militant group aligned with Al-Qaida takes responsibility for the attack. The Istanbul headquarters of London-based bank HSBC and the British consulate in the Turkish city are targeted in similar attacks, with a total of 32 people killed in the twin blasts. Abdelaziz al-Huweirini, the No. Huweirini has worked closely with American officials. It is one of at least three such attacks or assassination attempts on Saudi intelligence service officials in December.

No one has been killed in the attacks, which are in retaliation for the stepup in Saudi operations against al-Qaida. Pakistani President Pervez Musharaff barely escapes death as his presidential motorcade travels over a bridge in Rawalpindi.

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The president is saved because of a jamming device on his car which scrambles signals on frequencies used to detonate remotely controlled bombs. The bomb detonates 30 seconds after the motorcade passes by.


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It is estimated to have weighed 1, pounds. Two pick-up trucks packed with explosives ram into Pakistani President Musharraf's cavalcade from opposite sides of the road while he returns from Islamabad to his official residence at Army House in Rawalpindi. Musharraf was not hurt, but three vehicles at the tail end of the convoy are destroyed. Several policemen on security duty are killed and more than fifty others wounded. A suicide bomber detonates a bulk explosive at the deepest point in the Moscow Metro, killing 40 people.

The attack is believed to be the work of a Saudi militant Abu Walid, whose financing of Chechen rebels has given him great power within the movement to free the breakaway Russian republic. The attack occurs near the Avtozavodskaya metro station and is supposedly a revenge attack for Russian troops atrocities against Chechen civilians in the town on Alda four years to the day earlier. A bomb onboard a Philippines ferry detonates, starting a fire that kills at least people on their way from Manila to Bacolod in the central Philippines.

The ferry was carrying around people when two hours into the trip an explosion ripped the ferry, leading to a fire that quickly engulfed it. Later U. A co-ordinated bombing of trains in Madrid leaves more than people dead and hundreds wounded. The attack, which leads to the unexpected fall of the pro-U.

According to investigators, the attack was carried out not by al-Qaida or even an affiliate, but instead by radical Muslims who identified with al-Qaida and were led by a charismatic figure. The mastermind of the March 11 attacks and five others blow themselves up in a Madrid apartment building, killing a special policeman as well.

Explosives discovered in the building where the five killed themselves to avoid capture indicate they were plotting more violence and were linked to the failed bombing of a high-speed rail line Friday. Two or three suspects may have escaped before blast. A suicide bomber kills five people, including two senior Saudi police officers and an year-old girl, in an attack on a government building in Riyadh. An Islamic militant group, the al-Haramin Brigades, claims responsibility. Attack on oil refinery in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia, in which gunmen target senior executive at the facility, partly owned by ExxonMobil.

Five foreigners are killed, including two Americans. Saudi security forces clash with five suspected Islamic militants near Buraida, killing four and wounding the fifth. Consulate in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia, that left five non-American employees dead. A bomb exploded in a Philippine market packed with Christmas shoppers Sunday, killing at least 15 people and shattering a months long lull in terror attacks in the volatile southern Philippines, where Muslim rebels are active. The homemade bomb, concealed in a box, went off in the meat section of the market in General Santos, about miles south of Manila.

Officials immediately bolstered security in the predominantly Christian port city of , people, fearing more attacks. Al-Qaida operatives launch an attack on Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Interior in Riyadh, hoping to topple the ministry's inverted pyramid structure. The attack fails with seven terrorists killed and one ministry officer seriously wounded.

Chechen rebels try to derail a train on its way from Grozny to Moscow. The train derails, but only 15 people are injured. Four suicide bombers detonate bombs on London Underground trains and a double-decker bus, killing 56 people in the worst terrorist attack ever in the UK and the greatest civilian loss of life since the blitz more than 60 years ago.

The bombers are all British nationals and three are British born. Three are of Pakistani descent, the fourth a Jamaican who converted to Islam. Two weeks after the first Underground bombing, four other would-be suicide bombers attempt an identical attack on three trains and a bus. The bombs fail to go off and wound only one passenger.

Within days, all four men are identified and arrested. Again, all are British nationals, this time of East African descent. With "The X-Files" big on television at the time, Soufan jokes that he was "more interested in aliens than terrorists". He traveled the world conducting investigations and interrogating suspects, but U. Soufan testified before U. Congress and presidential commissions, but opposed torture and left the FBI in Two years later, he founded a security firm that works with governments all over the world.

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