Kenya: We have hacked al-Qaida laptop

Thursday, 1 February 2007, 12:34 PM EST

Kenyan authorities say they have cracked the password on a laptop computer belonging to one of the most wanted al-Qaida suspects in Africa.

A report by the Kenyan newspaper, The Daily Nation, on its Web site Monday quoted anonymous "senior police sources" as saying that the computer "contained vital information on terrorism training and intelligence collection including spying."

At UPI.

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