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Militants Crossed Africa for Siege, Algeria Probe Says

How the Arab Spring sparked a Canadian awakening

Al Qaeda targets French citizens abroad as no-go zones grow

Canada is "actively lobbying European Union countries" to designate Hezbollah as a terrorist organization. EU foreign ministers are scheduled to meet on Monday, where they will discuss the Bulgarian government's findings of the Burgas terror attack, which it says was carried out by a Hezbollah cell. One member of the cell was a Canadian citizen.

A recently disclosed intelligence report from March 2011 concluded that Islamist extremists in Canada came from a variety of backgrounds and that they tended to be well integrated into Canadian society, well educated, and highly religious. It also found few instances of "self-radicalization" among Canadian Islamist extremists. As of Feb. 8, 2011, 18 of the 24 suspects arrested under the Anti-Terrorism Act were Canadian citizens.

Report: Terrorist killed in Burgas attack is relative of living Canadian suspect

Pakistan still global jihad hub

Canada will provide additional air transport for the military intervention in Mali. West African nations are also asking Canada and other Western countries to provide logistical support for the African troops going into Mali.

Omar Khadr's lawyers step down

Algeria attack changes terror landscape in North Africa

Cleric leading thousands of protesters promises a Pakistani 'Tahrir Square'

Canada is considering the manner in which it will support the UN resolution on Mali. The Foreign Affairs minister said there will be no Canadian military mission in Mali; the Defense Minister speculated about a Canadian training mission in the country.

AP IMPACT: Al-Qaida carves out own country in Mali

Canada pledged an additional $15 million in humanitarian aid to help with the Syrian refugee crisis, but held back from granting official recognition to the Syrian National Coalition. Foreign Minister Baird said Canada first needed to see that all groups, such as Kurds, Christians, and Sunni and Shiite Muslims, are assured a place in Syria, and that extremists are excluded from the Coalition.

Kidnappings Fuel Extremists in Western Africa

Canadian sentenced to death in Egypt over anti-Islam film says he fears kidnapping

Canadian forces brass investigates after 'culturally insensitive' video, CBC report says

Canada - BC transit police adopting New York City tactics after bomb scare

Canada Beefs Up Its Cyber-Security Budget

Westerners With Syrian Ties Trickle In to Help Rebels