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From dawa to hesba: the strange evolution of Ansar al Sharia




I was chased out of Sudan when I raised the alarm about Boko Haram - Ambassador Bola Dada




Al Qaeda propaganda targets Algeria vote




Foreign jihadists recruit Maghreb youth




US military presence in Africa growing in small ways




Taliban condemn violence in Central African Republic




Western Sahara: An Unlikely Key to American Strategy in Africa




UN Security Council urges end to ransom payments to extremists




Tough road for Sahel security




Desert gives al Qaeda refuge after Mali defeat




Fog of Benghazi: Al Qaeda, Dead Americans and an Emerging Threat




The real scandal - Why are the Benghazi killers still at large?




Senate report: Terrorists 'affiliated' with multiple al Qaeda groups involved in Benghazi attack

A newly released report by the Senate Intelligence Committee notes that terrorists "affiliated" with al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), the Muhammad Jamal Network, and Ansar al Sharia took part in the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya.


State Department designates 3 Ansar al Sharia organizations, leaders

The State Department has designated three Ansar al Sharia organizations. Two of them were involved in the Sept. 11, 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya and the third was involved in the Sept. 14, 2012 assault on the US Embassy in Tunis, Tunisia. The State Department says Ansar al Sharia Tunisia is "tied" to al Qaeda's affiliates, including al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.


Al-Qaeda hasn't gone away, and is gaining




Al Qaeda records every expense




Tripoli residents reclaim their city




Suicide bomber strikes security checkpoint near Benghazi, Libya

For the first time since the Libyan revolution, a suicide bomber attacked Libyan security forces. At least several Libyan soldiers were reportedly killed. No group has claimed responsibility, but the Libyan Army has blamed Ansar al Sharia.


Al-Qaeda's Africa wing dreams globally but acts locally




An AP reporter's quest to find bodies of victims killed by Malian military ends in the desert


 
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