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Shabaab suicide assault team attacks Somali presidential compound

Shabaab fighters dressed in military uniforms attacked a mosque inside the presidential palace. Two government officials are reported to be among those killed.


New photos of Nasr City cell members published




Pakistani Air Force strikes at 'militants' in North Waziristan, Khyber

Military officials claimed that more than 60 "militants," including Uzbeks, Turkmen, and Tajiks, were killed in a series of airstrikes in the Taliban-controlled tribal agencies of North Waziristan and Khyber.


Abdullah Azzam Brigades alive and well, despite key arrests




Timbuktu waits for peace dividend




Abdullah Azzam Brigades launches double suicide attack on Iranian cultural center in Beirut

The al Qaeda-linked group threatened further attacks against Iran and Hezbollah if their forces are not withdrawn from Syria and jihadists are not freed from Lebanese prisons.


US seeks prisoner swap with Taliban to free Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl




Jihadist way of life in Jordan




Whatever happened to the Western supplies stolen in Syria?




US seeks new bases for drones targeting Al Qaeda in Pakistan




Taliban claim the execution of 23 Pakistani Frontier Corps troops

Omar Khalid al Khurasani, the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan's emir for the Mohmand tribal agency, said the troops were killed in retaliation for the targeting and execution of jihadists in Pakistan.


Former Jihadi Leader Calls for Systemic Release of Bagram Prisoners




British suicide bomber no poster child for humanity




Border control, political accord needed to shield Lebanon




Al Qaeda figures or associates linked to Iran




Editorial: Salahudine, a Frenchman lost to jihad




Escaped Inmates From Iraq Fuel Syria Insurgency




US intel officials differ with Obama in view of al Qaeda




Extremists Pose 'Very Real' Risk to Syrian Chemical Arms: US Intel Official




Al Qaeda, Western Militaries Race for Influence in Africa


 
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