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The Taliban and Al Qa'ida

Within days of 11 September, it was clear that the terrorist attacks in the United States had been possible mainly because Usama bin Laden and Al Qa'ida were able to draw on the support and shelter of the Taliban regime.

The Taliban

UN Sanctions on the Taliban regime

Bin Laden and Al Qa'ida