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On The Cell

On The Cell
On The Cell
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1. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed: A Pakistani born in Kuwait, he was captured in Pakistan last March near the army base in Rawalpindi after the reward on his head was raised to $25m. One of the 9/11 planners, he is related to Ramzi Ahmed Yousef, a Pakistani who planned the first bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993 which killed six people.

2. Abu Zubaydah: A Palestinian caught in Pakistan last year after a shootout. He was reportedly a recruiter and operational planner.

3. Ramzi Binalshibh: A Yemeni also caught in Pakistan in September 2002. Supposed to have met Atta in a mosque in Germany in 1997.

4. Mohammed Haydar Zammar: A German citizen of Syrian descent, arrested in Morocco. Is believed to have recruited Atta.

5. Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri: Chief of Al Qaeda operations in the Gulf. Suspected of organising the attack on USS Cole in Aden, Yemen. Caught last November.

In addition, more than 600 suspects remain in Guantanamo Bay, many of them handed over by Pakistan.

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