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Post coverage of the search for the individuals responsible for the terrorist attack.

U.S. Allows Lawyer For Citizen Held as 'Enemy Combatant'
The Bush administration reversed course last night in one of the most closely watched cases in the war on terrorism, saying a U.S. citizen jailed after being captured with Taliban soldiers in Afghanistan would be allowed access to a lawyer.

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Lawyer, 2 Others Face New Terror Charges: 3 Accused of Aiding Imprisoned Cleric (Post, Nov. 20, 2003)

Prosecutors Again Defy Judge in Moussaoui Case (Post, Sept. 10, 2003; 7:47 PM)

Report Criticizes Post-Sept. 11 Interviews (Post, May 10, 2003)

Spy Agencies' Optimism On Al Qaeda Is Growing: Lack of Attacks Thought to Show Group Is Nearly Crippled (Post, May 6, 2003)

List Created of Captives to Be Tried by Military Tribunals (Post, May 3, 2003)

Panel's Lack Of Access to 9/11 Papers Is Decried (Post, April 26, 2003)

In Plea Deal, Seattle Activist Admits Conspiring to Aid Taliban (Post, April 15, 2003)

Witness's Credibility Assailed at Terrorism Trial (Post, April 12, 2003)

Inquiry Shows Indonesian's Ties to Al Qaeda (Post, March 29, 2003)

9/11 Panel to Receive More Money: Negotiations Cut Commission's Request by $2 Million (Post, March 29, 2003)

Trial of Four Terror Suspects Begins: Men Are Accused of Conspiring to Blow Up U.S. Targets (Post, March 27, 2003)

FBI on Global Hunt for Saudi Al Qaeda Suspect (Post, March 21, 2003)

In Detroit, First Post-9/11 Terrorism Trial: Credibility of Justice Dept. Tactics at Stake, Experts Say (Post, March 19, 2003)

Suspect Said to Reveal Bin Laden Meeting: Pakistani Interrogators Say Mohammed Confessed to Encounter in December (Post, March 11, 2003)

FBI Tracks Dozen Linked To Al Qaeda 'Mastermind' (Post, March 6, 2003)

N.J. Man Who Sold IDs to Hijackers Receives Probation (Post, March 5, 2003)

2nd Key Al Qaeda Suspect Identified: Raid in Pakistan Also Yielded the Man Who Allegedly Paid Hijackers (Post, March 5, 2003)



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