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Washington, D.C., December 2001 Timeline Sunday, April 15 Bookmark and Share     Author
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US to withdraw from ABM treaty  Bush has told Congress leaders that the US will withdraw from the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile treaty with Russia   Release of bin Laden tape delayed  Audio and translation difficulties have delayed the release. 4 nongovernmental translators worked on tape US withdraws from ABM treaty
Ridge issues new security alert  Homeland Security Director is warning of the another terrorist attack, citing the 'quantity and level' of threats White House knifeman detained  The 26-year-old man was carrying a knife at least a foot long. He had additional weapons in his pickup   Bush on Pearl Harbor 60th anniversary  Bush has vowed that campaign in Afghanistan will end in victory First 11 September charges

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Dec.11   Washington  
  Zacarias Moussaoui, 33, charged with conspiring with Bin Laden to kill thousands. He has been held in custody since August
Dec.12   U.S. Congress  
Dec.13   Washington  
  Bush has officially announced withdrawal from the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile treaty with Russia
  Washington     US releases Bin Laden video
  Video implicates Osama in the 11 September. He knew some of the hijackers did not know that their mission was suicidal
Dec.14   Washington     Bush dismisses Bin Laden tape doubts
  US President said 'It is preposterous for anybody to think that this tape is doctored'
Dec.20   Washington   2 groups join terror blacklist
  Bush has frozen the assets of Pakistan-based Umnah Tameer E-nau and the Kashmir-based Lashkar-e-Toiba


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