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Pakistan expels Save the Children's foreign staff




Analysis: The Taliban's 'momentum' has not been broken

President Obama claims that the Taliban's "momentum" has been broken in Afghanistan. Other officials have made similar claims. The Long War Journal has examined several sources that measure the insurgency's capacity for violence and finds that the Taliban's momentum has not been broken. The overall level of violence in Afghanistan today remains worse than prior to the surge.


Al Qaeda operative killed in Kunar airstrike

Abu Saif, a Pakistani national, served as a cross-border facilitator and a conduit between senior al Qaeda leaders in Pakistan and Afghanistan, and was involved in media operations. Two other Pakistanis and a Saudi were also killed.


Taliban Will Not Be Able to Return Without Reconciling: ISAF




Fatah al Islam emir killed while waging jihad in Syria

Abu Hussam al Shami served as the leader of the Al Khilafah (Caliphate) Brigades in Syria and was killed in an ambush near Damascus.


Kenya: Security tightened in churches after Mombasa attacks




Analysis: Kenya Muslim riots expose political, economic rifts




Taliban release video of beheaded Pakistani soldiers

TTP-beheading-video-Bajaur-082012.jpg"Mujahideen slit the throats of 11 army-men in light of Shariah Law," the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan's spokesman said.


Islamists Struggle to Run North Mali




Shabaab displays bodies of Kenyan soldiers near Kismayo




Taliban suicide bombers strike in Wardak




Senior al Qaeda leader, facilitator killed in airstrike in Kunar

Abu Walid, also known as Amru Mastur al Ghamrawi, was one of two al Qaeda leaders who were killed in an airstrike in the Watahpur district in Kunar on Aug 3. ISAF launched two airstrikes in Watahpur on Aug. 3.


6 killed in US drone strike in North Waziristan

The strike took place in an area under the control of Taliban leader Hafiz Gul Bahadar, and is the first in a week.


Tunisia democratic activists fear a tilt toward militant Islam




ISI chief rules out handing over Dr Shakeel Afridi to US




Obama administration divided over designating Haqqani network as terrorist group




US drones strike again in Yemen, kill 8 AQAP fighters

Four of the last five drone strikes have taken place in the eastern province of Hadramout.


The Chemical Threat to America




Hunting for Islamist insurgents with the Mali Army




Pakistani Taliban 'chopped off the heads' of 7 Pakistani soldiers in South Waziristan

Taliban spokesman Ihsanullah Ihsan said the Pakistani soldiers were beheaded "as Shariah directs them to do with enemies of Islam."
 
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