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Al-Qaida leadership almost wiped out in Pakistan, British officials believe

Exclusive: Afghanistan sets ground rules for Taliban talks

US deal with Taliban breaks down

Exclusive: Secret US, Taliban talks reach turning point

War should stop before peace talks: Afghan leaders

A verdict is expected in January in the case of Arid Ukah, an Albanian from Kosovo who killed two US soldiers in Frankfurt. Authorities say he was radicalized via Islamist material on the Internet. He admitted the shootings and faces a possible life sentence.

Halil S., a 24-year-old German man, was arrested in Bochum on suspicion of providing financial and logistical support to al Qaeda's "Dusseldorf Cell," which planned bombings in Europe. Police also conducted raids in the apartments of five other suspects, 11 other homes, and two shops; an additional man, Florian M., was arrested in Kiel for criminal links with Halil S.

Power Plays in Afghanistan: Laying the Groundwork for Civil War

Taliban could return, Karzai warns Bonn conference

Afghanistan's allies pledge to stay for long haul

Hamid Karzai 'to hold on to power in Afghanistan after 2014'

Preparing for Withdrawal: German Military Fears Civil War in Afghanistan

After NATO strike, Pakistan adjusts rules of engagement

Doubts over real target of Uzbek 'terror' blast

IMU names 87 'martyrs' killed during past year

Abdullah-Miqdad.jpgThe Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan said commanders and fighters from Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Russia, and Germany have been killed during fighting in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

13-Pound Baby Named 'Jihad' Born in Germany

Pakistan boycotts Afghanistan conference

No Longer the 'Aggressive Camping Organization': Afghanistan Deployment Forges More Assertive Bundeswehr 

The World from Berlin: German Drawdown in Afghanistan Is a 'Disappointment'

Ahmad Wali Siddiqui, a German-Afghan man captured by US forces in Afghanistan in July 2010, has been charged in federal court with being a member of al Qaeda and the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan. Information obtained from him after his capture shed light on an al Qaeda plot against European targets.