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Officials: Top Obama aides split on arming rebels as they gather at White House to talk Syria

Being Hashim Bishr, head of Tripoli SSC

An exhibition called "Death" at the Jeu de Paume museum of contemporary art in Paris is displaying photographs of Palestinian suicide bombers. The bombers featured are mainly from three groups banned by the EU for terrorism: the Fatah-affiliated al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, Hamas' Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. The exhibition celebrates the bombers as martyrs.

French foreign minister says Syrian rebels need arms

A war of words over Russian missile deliveries to Syria

Denied visas, Afghans who translated for French army fear for their lives

Nigerian Islamist militants return from Mali with weapons, skills

French police arrested a 22-year-old follower of "radical Islam" for the recent attempted murder of a French soldier in Paris. The suspect, identified as "Alexandre D.," was filmed praying a Muslim prayer before stabbing the soldier several times in the throat. The crime is being treated as a terrorist act.

Decision to End Syrian Arms Embargo Angers Russia

Paris police search for 'bearded man seen praying' before soldier attack

Manhunt continues for suspected terrorist in Paris soldier stabbing

Militants, Chased From Mali, Pose New Threats

A knife-wielding man of North African appearance wearing a jihab attacked a uniformed French antiterrorism soldier who was patrolling a subway station in a crowded Paris business district, slashing him repeatedly in the throat. The soldier was seriously wounded, and the attacker escaped into the crowd. Officials are treating the attack as a terrorist incident.

West may boost Syria rebels if Assad won't talk peace

Paris supports labeling Hezbollah over Assad ties

EU to block arming of Syrian rebels

Gilles Le Guen, a jihadist and former French Marine believed to have joined al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, was flown to Paris and handed over to French intelligence for questioning. He was captured by French forces in Timbuktu, Mali, earlier this year.

In Timbuktu, conflict shatters a city's soul

Convicted Algerian terrorist Said Arif escaped from house arrest in a car belonging to the family who owned the hotel at which he was staying. The al Qaeda-linked member of the "Chechen Network" planned attacks in France, Spain, and elsewhere.

French ministers boycott talks with Muslim scholar