Traduceri & exemple
expand_more Nutresc speranța că FMI nu vrea să ia locul organizației Al-Qaida.
Al-Qaida a revendicat cu mândrie acest atentat.
Cu alte cuvinte, nu ar avea sens să ne concentrăm asupra Al-Qaida şi a terorismului şi apoi să ieşim de acolo?
Exemple de folosire
Exemple de folosire pentru "al-Qaeda" în română
Aceste propoziții provin din surse externe și este posibil să nu fie corecte. bab.la nu este responsabil de conținutul lor.
EnglishThe establishment of al-Qaeda in Yemen is a symptom of deeper problems.
EnglishI cherish the hope that the IMF does not want to replace al-Qaeda.
EnglishAl-Qaeda has proudly claimed responsibility for this deed.
EnglishWe need only recall the al-Qaeda attack on the American warship, the USS Cole, on 12 October 2000.
EnglishIn other words, would it not make sense to concentrate on al-Qaeda and terrorism and then get out of there?
EnglishOur own security is also at stake, given the continuing threat posed by al-Qaeda, as has already been said.
EnglishThe Taliban, the al-Qaeda network and Osama bin Laden represent the greatest, most urgent risk for the European Union.
EnglishHow long before they and their allies, including Britain, are deploying ground troops there against al-Qaeda?
EnglishIt would also allow North African al-Qaeda operatives in these countries to more easily enter Europe and carry out terrorist attacks.
EnglishOsama bin Laden and al-Qaeda are terrorists who have already committed terrorist acts worldwide and intend to commit more in the future.
EnglishI believe, in fact, that it must be recognised that we have dismantled al-Qaeda - that is a genuine finding - and that we must pull out.
EnglishMr President, in the original list, what is the justification for placing the Taliban in the same category as Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda?
English. - Madam President, the goal in Afghanistan was to fight the Taliban, who offered a safe haven to al-Qaeda.
EnglishReturning to al-Qaeda for a moment, there is considerable doubt about its existence as an organisational entity, as distinct from an ideological one.
EnglishOf course, another five French citizens are still being held hostage somewhere in the desert of northern Mali by al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.
EnglishThis is where there is, in my opinion, the greatest danger: the risk of a split between north and south, an active al-Qaeda cell and the danger of a failed state.
EnglishYemen is struggling with a civil war, al-Qaeda strongholds, a weak state, poor intelligence services, inefficient security and armed military forces.