Traduções e exemplos
expand_more O estabelecimento da Al-Qaeda no Iémen é um sintoma de problemas mais profundos.
Há também o problema da existência de células da Al-Qaeda na Albânia.
Se eles não tivessem chamado a Al-Qaeda, eles ainda hoje estariam no poder.
Traduções e exemplos
expand_more The establishment of al-Qaeda in Yemen is a symptom of deeper problems.
There is also the problem of the existence of Al-Qaeda cells in Albania.
If they hadn't invited back Al-Qaeda, they would still be in power today.
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Exemplos de uso para "al-Qaeda" em português
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EnglishThe establishment of al-Qaeda in Yemen is a symptom of deeper problems.
EnglishIf they hadn't invited back Al-Qaeda, they would still be in power today.
EnglishThere is also the problem of the existence of Al-Qaeda cells in Albania.
English(SV) Yemen is not just a safe haven for al-Qaeda. That has been made clear in the debate here.
EnglishThis attack was attributed to the Pakistani Taliban linked to Al-Qaeda.
EnglishCan you imagine Al Qaeda wanting to hold an event in New York?
EnglishIraq, in fact, did not possess weapons of mass destruction, nor did it have links with Al-Qaeda.
EnglishWill a regime change in Iraq help bring to justice Al-Qaeda terrorists?
EnglishThe latest coup has been accompanied by a declaration of holy war on the part of Al-Qaeda.
EnglishThere are many indications that the al-Qaeda terrorist network is connected with these attacks.
EnglishI cherish the hope that the IMF does not want to replace al-Qaeda.
EnglishIs there any proof of links between Al Qaeda and Iraq?
EnglishToday, it is extremist organisations such as Al Qaeda that represent the destruction of modernity.
EnglishAl-Qaeda has proudly claimed responsibility for this deed.
EnglishThe future of it may be a cross between al Qaeda 2,:,0 and the next generation of the Unabomber.
EnglishA lot of reporters come to Yemen and they want to write a story on Al-Qaeda or terrorism.
EnglishSome of it's bad: Al Qaeda, another non-governmental actor.
EnglishSheikh Aweys is suspected of working with Al-Qaeda.
EnglishIn other words, would it not make sense to concentrate on al-Qaeda and terrorism and then get out of there?
EnglishWe need only recall the al-Qaeda attack on the American warship, the USS Cole, on 12 October 2000.