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Pakistan - Editorial: Intensifying atrocities and threats

Investigators Assess Threat of Bombing Tied to 9/11

Federal Authorities Probe Possible Terror Threat Around 9/11 Anniversary, Sources Say

Somalia: Islamic militants threaten the English language

Analysis: Al Qaeda influence growing south of the Sahara

In Afghanistan's Panjshir, disquiet over Taliban reconciliation

September 11 anniversary: complacency could allow another attack, says Rudolph Giuliani

War on terrorism a priority to California voters, poll finds

Heat-Seeking Missiles Are Among Missing Weapons in Libya

America safer 10 years after 9/11, but new terrorism threats have emerged, experts say

US Treasury lists 3 senior al Qaeda leaders as terrorists

The al Qaeda leaders were identified as Younis al Mauritani, a senior member of the external operations council who was recently arrested in Pakistan; Hassan Ghul, a key facilitator who was freed by the Pakistanis in 2007; and Abu Yahya al Libi, a top ideologue.

Appeal denied for HIG facilitator detained at Gitmo

Shawali-Khan.jpgThe DC Circuit Court denied a Guantanamo detainee's appeal yesterday. The detainee, Shawali Khan, was a facilitator for Hezb-e-Islami Gulbuddin prior to his capture in 2002. According to a leaked file, Khan's cell in Kandahar received weapons and other support from Iran.

Harakat-ul Jihad al-Islami: A Short History

EXCLUSIVE: Libyan missiles looted

Yemen Ruling Party OKs Modified Power Transfer Plan

Libya: 'Arab awakening' could still disintegrate

AQAP takes control of another town in southern Yemen

Al Qaeda affiliate suspected in Delhi blast

HUJI claims bombing at Delhi High Court

The Harakat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami claimed it carried out the attack to force India to repeal the death sentence of a terrorist involved in the 2001 assault on the parliament in Delhi.

Suicide bombers kill 24 Pakistanis in Quetta

The attack took place just two days after the Pakistani military announced it arrested Younis al Mauritani, a senior member of al Qaeda's external operations council, in Quetta. The Frontier Corps, which was the target of the suicide attack, was involved in the raid that netted Mauritani.