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Yemeni officials offer guarantees for repatriation of detainees




Osama bin Laden's widows and children 'shown in video'




Saudi activists fight through their fear




France takes new look at radicalization in prisons




Sahara states at odds over Mali rebels




Special operations forces kill newly appointed IMU leader for Afghanistan

Osmani Sahib led the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan's operations for only 12 days before being killed during a combined Afghan and Coalition special operations raid in Faryab province. His predecessor, Makhdum Nusrat, was killed on March 26.


Saudi Arabia's Syrian jihad




US drones kill 8 AQAP fighters in southern Yemen

predator-uav.jpgThree foreign "Arabs" and five Yemeni members of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula are said to have been killed in the strike in Shabwa province.


Octogenarian Islamist cleric an unlikely revolutionary




As Sinai becomes a 'terror zone,' Netanyahu's options are limited




The new battlefront: Cyber warriors strike al-Qaeda online




'We do jihad,' says Lashkar-e-Taiba emir Hafiz Saeed

Saeed's sermon calling for jihad against the US was delivered the same day Pakistani officials claimed that Saeed was involved with "de-radicalization and rehabilitation of former jihadis" in Pakistan's Punjab province.


ISAF captures IMU suicide attack facilitator, financier in raids in Afghan north

One raid took place in the remote province of Badakhshan, which has seen an uptick in activity by the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan. The other took place in Faryab, where the IMU's top leader in Afghanistan was killed more than a week ago.


Abu Musab al-Suri, the New Mastermind of Jihad




On the 'merchant of death'




China Says Wanted Militants Use Nearby Countries to Stage Attacks




Hafiz Saeed involved in 'de-radicalization and rehabilitation' of jihadis, says Pakistani CT official




Egyptian Islamists pin their hopes on Islamic law




An apparent cyberattack took down several of al Qaeda's websites between March 23 and April 2. Announcing it was back online, Shamukh al-Islam, a main al Qaeda website, claimed the attack was the work of the "enemies of Allah" and said that instead of one network, al Qaeda has "tens of networks."




British couple in dramatic Timbuktu escape


 
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