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Morocco canceled its annual military exercises with the US that were scheduled to start today. The government is upset with the US for supporting a UN initiative to begin human rights monitoring in the disputed Western Sahara territory.




German IMU fighter killed in drone strike last fall

Ahmed-IMU-droned.jpgWanted Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan spokesman Yassin Chouka announced the death of Ahmed, who was described as "the King of Setterich." Ahmed was killed in the Oct. 10, 2012 strike in Mir Ali, North Waziristan.


Morocco at a crossroad




Some 30,000 protesters in Rabat on yesterday called for the downfall of the government of Islamist prime minister Abdel Ilah bin Kiran. The protest was organized by two of the largest labor unions and focused on unemployment, the economy, and human rights.




Al-Qaeda eyes Tunisia front




Maghreb youth answer al-Qaeda call




Local sources said Ansar Dine leader Iyad Ag Ghaly, along with the group's spokesman and four senior operatives, has taken refuge in Morocco until the Malian military intervention is over. Ghaly reportedly sought asylum in Mauritania in late January.




The Justice Committee in the Chamber of Representatives adopted a draft law that makes financing of terrorism a criminal offense. The law will apply to acts of terrorism outside as well as within Morocco and to plans that are not executed as well as those that are.




Youth apathy fuels Morocco extremism




Morocco's ruling Islamists target risky reforms




Global experts tackle Sahel security




Washington casts wary eye at Muslim Brotherhood




Mali Army, Riding US Hopes, Is Proving No Match for Militants




Authorities broke up an al Qaeda recruitment cell with members in Fnideq, Tangier, Al Hoceima, and Meknes. The cell had recruited over 40 Moroccans for jihad with al Qaeda-linked groups; recruits were given military and suicide bomber training. It is the fifth jihadist group dismantled in Morocco over the past several months.




Terror Threat Prompts US Rethink on Africa




Terror risk persists in North Africa, survey shows




Several jihadists recruitment cells dismantled in the Maghreb




A court in Rabat arraigned 12 members of a cell dismantled in December that recruited Moroccans for al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb. The cell, based in Fez, included a man who had been extradited from Algeria in 2005 for trying to join the Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat.




More on Ansar al Sharia in Morocco




Alabama terror case could hinge on relationships


 
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