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Al Qaeda-affiliated groups claim credit for joint attack on Hezbollah

The Abdullah Azzam Brigades and the Al Nusrah Front in Lebanon have claimed credit for joint rocket attacks on Hezbollah "strongholds" in Hermel, Lebanon. The attacks are part of the spillover from the war in Syria.

Azerbaijan To Tighten Antiterror Legislation

Bleak future for Lebanon as Syria war enters fourth year

'We stop Iranian arms smuggling often,' says Israeli security source

Israeli navy intercepts Iranian weapons shipment headed for Gaza

Today's operation marks at least the fourth time since 2002 that Israel has publicly announced that its forces had intercepted a sea-based Iranian weapons smuggling attempt.

How Somalia aid cash funds Al Shabaab

Iran cutting sensitive nuclear stocks, much work remains: IAEA

President Rouhani declared yesterday that Iran has decided on principle not to develop weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear weapons. He also said the Iranian government's foreign policy is now "based on easing tensions and building confidence with the world." State media said five border guards who had been kidnapped in Pakistan were freed.

No Iran Report With New Bomb Research Information-IAEA

UN nuclear agency opted against sensitive Iran report - sources

Hezbollah reshaping battle strategy

New thesis on how Stuxnet infiltrated Iran nuclear facility

Israel suspects Hezbollah will target top Israeli officials

Iran boosts military support in Syria to bolster Assad

Hardline Iran cleric warns against resuming US ties

Abdullah Azzam Brigades launches double suicide attack on Iranian cultural center in Beirut

The al Qaeda-linked group threatened further attacks against Iran and Hezbollah if their forces are not withdrawn from Syria and jihadists are not freed from Lebanese prisons.

Al Qaeda figures or associates linked to Iran

Iran Steadies as Tensions Ease

As part of seven promised "confidence-building" measures on its nuclear program due for completion by May 15, Iran agreed to provide information to the IAEA on its detonators. A top IAEA official said progress at the Feb. 8-9 talks was good but much work remains to be done to examine possible military aspects of Iran's nuclear program. Iran claimed to have successfully test-fired two new missiles, an advanced ballistic missile with a fragmentation warhead and a laser-guided surface-to-surface and air-to-surface missile.

The commander of the Northern Navy Fleet said Iran is sending several warships on a three-month mission in the Atlantic Ocean that will take Iranian ships close to US maritime borders for the first time. In a meeting in Tehran with a top official of Palestinian Islamic Jihad, the secretary of the Supreme National Security Council, Ali Shamkhani, called Israel the main threat to Middle East peace, urged PIJ to maintain unity, and said the conflict in Syria was an important lesson for the Islamic resistance front.