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US adopts new strategy to identify wanted terrorists 2014 calendar out with terror details

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 26: The US National Counter Terrorism Center (NCTC) has adopted a new approach to identify terrorists wanted around the world by keeping their names and photographs in front of people throughout the year, reports Al- Watan Arabic daily.

The center has since issued the 2014 calendar with the list of names of wanted terrorists and terrorist organizations, in addition to dates and important remarks-unlike the previous technique in which the annual calendar only included beautiful views of natural scenes or the sayings of well-known figures around the world.

The cover of the calendar seems strange in some way as Boston Marathon bombing is the main picture, and it took a long time to select the above-mentioned image because NCTC officials wanted something that would add a positive meaning to the tenth anniversary of the centre.

On the left pages of the calendar are images, maps and data about terrorists and terrorist organizations wanted in the world, starting from Ayman al-Zawahiri to Abdul Rahman Yasin, who is linked with the bombing of the World Trade Center in New York in 1993.

Pages on the right side contain manifold realities and individuals that were killed or arrested, with bounties placed on the heads of wanted people who are still at large. Kuwait was not excluded from the calendar as $7 million reward has been promised to anyone who facilitates the arrest of Kuwaiti fugitive Mohsin al-Fadhli.

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