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FBI Most Wanted Terrorists

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List of the FBI's "Most Wanted Terrorists," as released by the White House Wednesday, October 10, 2001. All of the people on the list are Islamic extremists. See Terrorism, Terrorist incidents.

World Trade Center bombing, February 26, 1993.

Operation Bojinka plot, foiled January 6-7, 1995. Khobar Towers bombing in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, June 25, 1996 1998 U.S. embassy bombings in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, August 7, 1998. Hijacking of TWA 847, June 14, 1985