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Security forces looking for Islamist militants rounded up 140 Muslims, including 30 foreigners, from a Moscow prayer room; it was not clear whether they would be charged. Law enforcement personnel claimed that some of the detainees had joined the North Caucasus Islamist insurgency.




2 US Agencies Added Boston Bomb Suspect to Watch Lists




Mystery Swirls Around Boston Bombing Suspect's Trip To Daghestan




NATO-Russia Council expands support to Afghan Air Force




Why the FBI Didn't Make Much of Russia's Request to Probe Boston Bomber




North Caucasus rebels deny link to Boston attack: website




Bombing probe focuses on 2011 warnings, 2012 Chechnya trip




Kyrgyz Former Neighbors Talk About Tsarnaevs, North Caucasus Ties




Interview: More About Tsarnaev Brothers And Their Ancestral Homeland




Iran shows off missiles and drones at National Army Day




Profile: Tamerlan And Dzhokhar Tsarnaev




Manhunt continues in Boston, as analysts turn to social media for clues

suspects-in-crowd-1.jpgA YouTube page that appears to have been created by one of the Boston Marathon bombers contains links to jihadist propaganda. The same suspect reportedly traveled abroad for seven months last year.


Dragnet Shuts Boston; One Suspect Is Slain but Second Man Is on Loose




One suspect in Boston bombing dead, manhunt underway for second suspect




After a two-day gunbattle with militants in Dagestan's Untsukul district that killed three militants and wounded one security force member, an explosion near a school in Buinaksk killed one policeman and wounded three more. A checkpoint was also attacked.




Move to Widen Help for Syrian Rebels Gains Speed in West




The Foreign Ministry criticized a recent UN letter telling Damascus that the UN inquiry into the use of chemical weapons in Syria would extend beyond their alleged use by Syrian rebels in March near Aleppo. Russia believes the inquiry should focus only on that incident.




US aids effort to remove bomb-grade uranium from Czech Republic




Missile defence systems deployed to counter North Korea threats: interactive




Afghans Failing Security Test In Badakhshan