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FBI sources told CBS 2 on Aug. 6, 2010, that Adnan el Shukrijumah, a former Brooklyn resident, is the new head of global operations for al Qaeda. Consider him Osama bin Laden's right-hand man. (TARIQ MAHMOOD/AFP/Getty Images)

Top Al Qaeda Militant Indicted In NYC Subway Bomb Plot Killed In Pakistan

Military officials said Pakistani soldiers killed Adnan Shukrijumah along with two other suspected militants in Pakistan’s South Waziristan tribal area early Saturday morning.


FILE -- Najibullah Zazi (credit: Marc Piscotty/Getty Images)

Subway Terror Trial: Zazi Testifies Against Alleged Associate, Breaks Down On Stand

Najibullah Zazi, 26, has pleaded guilty and is testifying for the government now, but in 2009 he was still maintaining his innocence in a plot to suicide bomb the New York City underground, saying things like “I am not involved with al Qaeda.”


Mohammed Wali Zazi (credit: CBS 2)

Father Of Confessed Subway Bomb Plotter Gets Prison Sentence

Mohammed Wali Zazi, convicted of conspiracy and obstruction of justice, was sentenced Friday to 4.5 years behind bars.


Mohammed Wali Zazi leaves a federal courthouse in New York on Dec. 9, 2010. (credit: Seth Wenig/AP/file)

Father Of Admitted Terrorist Najibullah Zazi Convicted Of Covering Up Subway Bomb Plot

Mohammed Wali Zazi, 55, father of admitted terrorist Najibullah Zazi, has been convicted of trying to cover up his son’s plan to bomb New York City subways two years ago.


Mohammed Wali Zazi leaves a federal courthouse in New York on Dec. 9, 2010. (credit: Seth Wenig/AP/file)

Defense: Father Of Confessed Terror Plotter Najibullah Zazi Didn’t Know About Plot

Zazi is charged with obstruction of justice by lying to investigators and tampering and destroying evidence to cover for his son, who pleaded guilty last year of plotting to attack New York City subways in the Fall of 2009.


Mohammed Wali Zazi (L) (credit: AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)

Zazi’s Dad Pleads Not Guilty To Obstruction Of Justice

Mohammed Wali Zazi is scheduled for arraignment Thursday in Brooklyn federal court. An updated indictment issued last month charges him with obstruction of justice and other counts.