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Iran could play role in al-Qaida, post-bin Laden

Analysis: Al Qaeda's interim emir and Iran

saif-al-adel.jpgAl Qaeda's interim emir is reportedly Saif al Adel, a longtime member of al Qaeda and the Egyptian Islamic Jihad. Al Adel has a decades-long relationship with Iran and was protected by the Iranians after 9/11.

Diplomats: IAEA fears Iran hackers

A female Al Jazeera journalist who was detained in Syria and transferred to Iran has been released in Qatar. The IAEA fears that Iran has hacked officials' computers and cell phones.

The Gitmo Files: An agent of Iran

Hamdullah.pngA leaked threat assessment prepared at Guantanamo describes one current detainee and his father as "Iranian agents." The detainee, Haji Hamidullah, allegedly "murdered 71 people." The leaked file connects several others to Iran, including two members of Hamid Karzai's government.

Israeli leader sees rising Arab threat

US speeds up direct talks with Taliban

Text of letter to the Department of Justice on Ali Mussa Daqduq

US Department of Justice plans to prosecute Hezbollah commander captured in Iraq

Ali Mussa Daqduq, a senior Hezbollah commander tasked to train and organize the Shia terror groups in Iraq, was responsible for the kidnapping and murder of US soldiers in Karbala in 2007. Justice wants to try him in the US.

Supreme Leader Khameni and President Ahmadinejad have been feuding over the dismissal of the intelligence minister. The UN said Iran is partnering with North Korea to build nuclear missiles. The government executed 25 people in the past week.

Iran President Ahmadinejad dismisses criticism of appointments, feuds with Khamenei

Arab protesters descend on Israeli borders

US presses nuclear case against Damascus

Many fear revival of Islamist party in Tunisia

In Iraq, an internal Shiite battle may be key to US troop extension

Russia has sent the nuclear fuel needed to start the Bushehr plant. The trial of three American hikers, two of whom are still in Iranian custody, has been postponed.

Iran's push for regional domination gets Arab Spring boost

Iranian intel chief joins 'Deather' movement

Intelligence Minister Heidar Moslehi claimed Osama bin Laden died years ago from an undisclosed sickness. "If the US military and the intelligence apparatus arrested and killed Bin Laden, why didn't they show the body? Why did they throw it in the sea?"

Egypt's new foreign policy tests old alliances