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North Waziristan tribesmen, clerics endorse polio vaccination ban until drone strikes end




US adds Bahraini citizen to terror list for serving as al Qaeda trainer

Ahmed Abdulrahman Sihab Ahmed Sihab is wanted for training "members of al Qaeda in terrorist tactics, techniques, and procedures."


North Mali terrorist haven threatens Africa -leaders




Suicide bomber kills 5 at Nigerian mosque




Suicide bomber kills Afghan MP, 22 others at wedding

Also killed were the western zone police commander and the chief of the National Directorate of Security in Samangan province.


Al-Qaeda tries to carve out a war for itself in Syria




Officials say major threat to London Olympics yet to materialize




Al-Qaeda free to tighten its grip on Africa




Jordanian jihadist killed in fighting in eastern Afghanistan

Abu Abdul Rahman al Aseer al Urduni was killed during recent fighting in Ghazni province, a known al Qaeda stronghold.


Arab spring took British intelligence by surprise, report says




Egyptian jihadist killed in fighting in Syria

Abu al Bara'a was among hundreds of jihadists to escape from Egyptian prisons in early 2011. He fought in Libya prior to being killed in Syria this month.


Mali: how the West cleared the way for al-Qaeda's African march




Northern Mali risks starvation thanks to al-Qaeda, drought and no aid




Suicide bomber kills 20 police cadets in Yemeni capital

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has carried out two major suicide attacks in the Yemeni capital since mid-May; both targeted security forces.


Would Al Qaeda's Wildfire 'Ember Bomb' Really Work?




Destroying Timbuktu: The Jihadist who Inspires the Demolition of the Shrines




Senior al Qaeda ideologue freed in Mauritania

Abu Hafs al Mauritani, a senior al Qaeda ideologue, has been set free in Mauritania. Until earlier this year, Abu Hafs was held under a loose form of house arrest in Iran. His sudden extradition to Mauritania and subsequent freedom worries some US intelligence officials.


Northern Mali: A dying land




Special operations forces capture 2 IMU leaders in Afghan north

The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan leaders are Afghan nationals who were involved in suicide operations in Kunduz.


US urged to recruit master hackers to wage cyber war on al-Qaida


 
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