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1 year after Times Square scare, concerns endure

Arrest of terror suspects: CIA part of investigation of 'Dusseldorf Cell'

Marrakesh blast was remote-controlled bomb: France

Germany says al Qaeda suspects planned bomb attack

Taliban announce beginning of their 'spring offensive'

Operation Badar will commence on May 1. The Afghan High Peace Council is singled out for its efforts to reconcile with the Taliban.

Afghanistan - Taliban plan 'spate of attacks'

Move to CIA puts Petraeus in conflict with Pakistan

Osama bin Laden's escape: A tale of subterfuge and hard cash

WikiLeaks: Guantanamo files database released

ISAF captures HIG's provincial commander for Khost

Special operation teams have hammered Hizb-i-Islami Gulbuddin's command in an area of Khost under the control of the Haqqani Network.

Yemen remains al Qaeda's ultimate breeding ground

United Kingdom - Elected police commissioners could damage fight against terrorists

Karzai told to dump US

Pentagon lists mosques where al-Qaida recruited, reveals WikiLeaks

How many al Qaeda operatives are now left in Afghanistan?

How al-Qaida planned to bomb Heathrow

Yemeni government official doubled as al Qaeda operative, leaked assessment shows

Abdul-al-Salam-al-Hilal.jpgAccording to a leaked Gitmo intelligence assessment, Abd al Salam al Hilah was both a member of Yemen's Political Security Organization and al Qaeda. He "probably" had foreknowledge of the Sept. 11 attacks, analysts concluded.

Dossier shows push for more terror attacks after 9/11

Saudi al Qaeda leader killed in Kunar airstrike

Abu-Hafs-al-Najdi.JPGAbu Hafs al Najdi, a Qaeda's operations chief in Kunar, was wanted by the Saudi government. ISAF said "more than 25 al Qaeda leaders and fighters" have been killed in Afghanistan over the past month.

The growing threat of militants in a corner of Central Asia