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Unemployed or under-employed young men are being recruited by the Taliban for about 6£ ($10) a day in Afghanistan.

British Army Told to Bribe Taliban with 'Bags of Gold'

Unemployed or under-employed young men are being recruited by the Taliban for about 6£ ($10) a day in Afghanistan.

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British officials say  the same men who attacked Glasgow Airport in a flaming Jeep Cherokee also rigged two Mercedes to explode in London the day before.

More Arrests in Foiled London Terror Plot

British officials say the same men who attacked Glasgow Airport in a flaming Jeep Cherokee also rigged two Mercedes to explode in London the day before.

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A  massive car bomb  that could have caused carnage in the Haymarket area of central London has led to a shutdown in parts of the city.

Car Bomb Discovered in Central London

A massive car bomb that could have caused carnage in the Haymarket area of central London has led to a shutdown in parts of the city.

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