Developments Monday related to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks:

  • In Bosnia, four people suspected of links to global terrorism have been arrested over the past few days, including two who were found with box cutters near Sarajevo's airport.
  • In India, FBI agents questioned the families of two Indians who have been detained in New York as material witnesses in investigations into the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
  • A 36-year-old man on his way to the United States was being held in Britain under anti-terrorism laws following his arrest at London's Gatwick airport on Friday.
  • Taliban say explicitly for the first time that Osama bin Laden is still in Afghanistan and is being kept in a location secret from the outside world.
  • Pakistani president says that even under threat of U.S. military strikes, the hopes are ``very dim'' that bin Laden would be surrendered.
  • In Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, the first World Food Program convoy since the start of the crisis arrived.
  • New York police tally of missing at World Trade Center drops to 5,219; confirmed dead rises to 314. Death toll at Pentagon remains 189, Pennsylvania crash 44.
  • Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar tells his people in a radio address not to worry about a U.S. attack because ``Americans don't have the courage to come here.''
  • Attorney General John Ashcroft warns of a ``very serious threat'' of additional terrorist attacks as the United States responds to the events of Sept. 11.
  • Britain freezes $88 million in assets linked to the Taliban. The actions included a ``substantial'' amount located in a European bank in London.