UNITED NATIONS, April 13, 2011 (AFP) - The UN Security Council on Wednesday condemned a deadly bombing in the Belarus capital, but called it an "apparent" terrorist attack in a move diplomats said cast doubt on the official version of events. The attack in the Minsk metro on Tuesday killed 12 people and injured 200. President Alexander Lukashenko said three suspects had confessed to the bombing and threatened new action against the Belarus opposition. The United States, with the backing of other western nations, insisted on adding the word "apparent" to the normally routine Security Council statement issued after attacks, diplomats said. "The word 'apparent' is included in this statement for a reason," said one diplomat from the 15-nation council, speaking on condition of anonymity. "There are credible indications in Belarus saying there is a more than even chance that the government was behind this."
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Israel police 'arrest Mossad spy on training exercise'
A trainee spy for Israel's secret service agency Mossad was arrested by Tel Aviv police while taking part in a training operation, media reports say.
The young trainee was spotted by a female passer-by as he planted a fake bomb under a vehicle in the city.
He was only able to persuade police he was a spy after being taken in by an officer for questioning on Monday.
The authorities have refused to comment on the story although Israeli media outlets have expressed their surprise.
'Just a drill'
Mossad does not tell local uniformed police about its training exercises.
The country's commercial Channel 10 said it hoped the agency's operatives were "more effective abroad", AFP news agency reported.
Niva Ben-Harush, the woman who reported the novice's suspicious behaviour to police, told Ynet News that 15 minutes after she made the call, Tel Aviv's port was closed and people evacuated.
She said police initially asked her to come with them and identify the suspect.
"But after a few minutes, they told me it was just a drill," she said.
Imminent terror attack will 'outdo 9/11'
Published by Streem -- Nov 10, 2008 9:11am
Updated Nov 10, 2008 9:18am AEST
Al-Qaeda is reportedly planning a terrorist attack against the United States which will "outdo by far" the attacks of September 11 in 2001.
Arab newspaper Al-Quds Al-Arabi in London reports a senior Yemen official close to Al-Qaeda as warning of a new wave of terror attacks against the western nation.
The source, who is not named, is quoted as being "very close to Al-Qaeda"
The newspaper is edited by Abdel al-Bari Atwan, who was the last journalist to edit Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in 1996.
The newspaper report, contained on the front page, suggests bin Laden has ordered a large scale attack against the United States which would "outdo by far" the attacks of September 11.
It comes as reports in Britain say there is clear evidence that thousands of extremists are living inside the United Kingdom.
This is the entire, original video of Bush's appearance at Emma E. Booker Elementary School
on the morning of September 11th, 2001.
This video was originally posted for download on the school's web site. It was later realized that it contains proof of Bush's foreknowledge of the attacks, the obvious inaction of the Secret Service and top White House staff, while they country was "under attack" from foreign "terrorists."