- Making News: Arrest of al Qaeda -CEO- Khalid Sheikh Mohammed
US and Pakistani intelligence agents are questioning the biggest catch so far in the war on terror. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the so-called mastermind behind September 11, was captured this weekend in Pakistan, after a worldwide manhunt. Authorities hope that arrest will forestalling future attacks by al Qaeda. BBC reporter Jane Corbin has more on the identity and interrogation of the -operational commander- of the worldwide terrorist network.
- Reporter's Notebook: Industry Insider on Alleged Smuggling of Cigarettes to Canada
Canada has filed criminal charges against affiliates of RJ Reynolds, accusing them of cigarette smuggling that allegedly cost Canada $800 million. Also accused of felony fraud and conspiracy are eight executives of the tobacco giant who tried to scapegoat one of their own. Former sales manager Les Thompson, who served a term in a US federal prison after pleading guilty to cigarette smuggling, picks up the story.
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