Bin Laden's Money NPR's John McChesney reports on the Bush administration's latest attempt to disrupt Osama bin Laden's financial support. Several raids were carried out yesterday in various American and European cities against two financial networks, known as al Taqua and al Barakat. President Bush said the U.S. has solid evidence those networks have been used for communications and financial support for al Quaeda, the terrorist network bin Laden leads.
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NPR's John McChesney reports on the Bush administration's latest attempt to disrupt Osama bin Laden's financial support. Several raids were carried out yesterday in various American and European cities against two financial networks, known as al Taqua and al Barakat. President Bush said the U.S. has solid evidence those networks have been used for communications and financial support for al Quaeda, the terrorist network bin Laden leads.