Al Qaeda vows to continue attacks: SITE
LONDON (Reuters) - Al Qaeda vowed to continue its attacks on the West and said Osama bin Laden's death would be a curse "that chases the Americans and their agents," according to the SITE online monitoring service.
In a statement published online, the militant network also urged Pakistanis to rise up against their government to "cleanse" the country of what it called the shame brought on the nation by bin Laden's death on Pakistani soil, SITE reported.
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Nelson Mandela: 1918 - 2013
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