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Berlin Terror Suspects: Alleged Connections to Afghanistan




Berlin terror suspects had ties to Afghanistan




'Germany Is in the Jihadists' Crosshairs'




Police in Berlin arrested two men who were involved in a bomb plot after raids on a mosque and residences in the capital. One man is a German from Lebanon, the other is a Palestinian from Gaza.




Al Qaeda suffers another blow with arrest of senior operational figure




The interior minister said that nearly 1,000 potential Islamist terrorists live in Germany, of whom about 128 could be capable of committing attacks; around 20 of these trained in terror camps and are under surveillance. In October 2010, the Federal Crime Office said there were "more than 1,000 Islamists ready to commit violence" residing in Germany, noting that 131 Islamists had been identified as terror "instigators" and that files had been opened on 274 individuals.




Taliban's Presence in Bonn Depends on Peace Talks Progress




German Officials Alarmed by Ex-Rapper's New Message: Jihad




Stuck Between 2 Sides of Islam




AP EXCLUSIVE: US-Taliban talks were making headway




Iran and Hezbollah hail rebels




Berlin Loses Sleep Over Car Arson Attacks at Night




Secret peace talks between US and Taliban collapse over leaks




Germany Tries to Forge European Brand of Islam




Norway - Muslims, Among Victims, Seek Solace




Police arrested an Internet jihadist known as Omid H. near Kassel. Omid supported al Qaeda and the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan by publishing videos and statements with the intent to recruit new members and "incite ... radicalism and ideological-motivated violence."




Germany Committed to Remain in Afghanistan Post 2014




Canada's exit highlights Afghanistan challenges




Cyprus says attempted to offload Iran blast cargo




German spy agency embarrassed by document theft