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Pakistan's ban of LWJ enters 3rd year

The Pakistani government has blocked The Long War Journal website from being accessed inside Pakistan. The censorship began sometime in July 2012, and continues to this day.


Review board recommends transfer of Guantanamo detainee to Kuwait

A periodic review board has recommended that Fouzi Khalid Abdullah Al Awda, a Kuwaiti held at Guantanamo since 2002, be transferred to his home country. Jihadists on Twitter celebrated the ruling before it was released to the public.


LeT designation notes group's recent attack in western Afghanistan




US adds 2 Lashkar-e-Taiba leaders, several aliases to terrorism list

The Pakistan-based terror group continues to use aliases in an attempt to hide its operations in South Asia. The US also said LeT conducted a suicide assault in Afghanistan as recently as May 2014.


Afghanistan accuses Lashkar-e-Taiba, 'foreign country,' of suicide attack that targeted presidential candidate




ISAF raids against al Qaeda and allies in Afghanistan 2007-2013

Mapping special operations forces raids against al Qaeda and allied groups in Afghanistan shows that al Qaeda's network has remained active in Afghanistan up until ISAF ceased issuing press releases on its targeting in June 2013.


Al Qaeda veteran appears in Al Nusrah Front video, criticizes rival

In a video released on March 18, the Al Nusrah Front identifies Abu Firas al Suri as a leader within the group. Al Suri, who has a long al Qaeda pedigree, was dispatched to Syria from Yemen to try to mediate the dispute between Al Nusrah and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham.


Iraq a bloody lesson for Zero Option in Afghanistan




Insights from a Database of Lashkar-e-Taiba and Hizb-ul-Mujahideen Militants




No Morsel Too Minuscule for All-Consuming NSA




Treasury designates al Qaeda leader, madrassa

The US Treasury Department today designated al Qaeda's leader in the Sindh and Balochistan provinces, as well as the Ganj Madrassa in Peshawar, Pakistan. The madrassa is "controlled" by an al Qaeda facilitator who also serves the Taliban and recruits for Lashkar-e-Taiba.


US Troop Pullout Affects India-Pakistan Rivalry




Al-Qaida's growing closeness to LeT, JeM worries security establishment




Al Qaeda video highlights fighting in Ghazni




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ISAF captures al Qaeda trainer in Kunar

The al Qaeda leader was targeted in a raid in the Watahpur district, a known hub for the terror group, on June 6.


Suicide assault team hits hospital in Quetta




ISAF targets al Qaeda leader in Kunar

The target of the raid was a senior al Qaida leader who serves as an operations chief, trainer, and facilitator in the east.


ISAF captures senior Lashkar-e-Taiba leader in Ghazni

Also, an "insurgent leader" who financed foreign fighters and coordinated attacks throughout Afghanistan was killed in Kunar province.


Taliban overrun Afghan National Army outpost in Kunar


 
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