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Benghazi consulate assault a 'terrorist attack,' DNI says

Shabaab abandons last major stronghold in southern Somalia

ISAF targets another 'al Qaeda-associated Taliban leader' in Kunar

Since the end of May, special operations forces have conducted at least 21 raids against al Qaeda's network in Afghanistan.

Yemen's leader, President Hadi, Praises US Drone Strikes

Radical Islamists unite under fresh name

Analysis: al-Shabaab will already be planning its next move

Somalia, allies batter al Shabaab, but gains may be fragile

West African jihadists flock to northern Mali

Al Nusrah front claims complex suicide assault on Syrian Army HQ

According to the al Qaeda-linked group, its fighters were able to penetrate security and attack the Syrian Army headquarters after a suicide bomber caused a diversion.

EXCLUSIVE: Senior al Qaeda figure 'living in Libyan capital'

Pakistani al Qaeda 'facilitator' killed in Kunar airstrike

Abdul Rauf and two other "insurgents" were killed in an airstrike in in the Marawarah district on Sept. 23. Rauf moved "foreign fighters" and built IEDs.

Mali Islamists 'increasingly repressive'

CIA's exit from Benghazi, Libya, draws criticism from ex-officers

Al Nusrah Front claims 5 suicide attacks in Syria in past month

The al Qaeda-linked Al Nusrah Front has now claimed responsibility for 23 of the 30 suicide bombings in Syria that have occurred since the end of December 2011.

Libyan militias melt into desert, wait for another day

UK to Extradite Muslim Cleric to US

BBC apologises for revealing Queen's Hamza concerns

2 al Qaeda leaders reported killed in Mir Ali drone strike

Abu Kasha al Iraqi and Fateh al Turki are rumored to have been killed in the Sept. 24 strike in Mir Ali. The report has not been confirmed.

Saudi steers citizens away from Syrian jihad

The air force men who fly drones in Afghanistan by remote control