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Germany Abroad: 'Mealy-Mouthed' Foreign Policy Angers Allies

Algeria Attack Shows Reach of Militants

How a pile of explosives I found in a Libyan field may have ended up in the hands of Algerian terrorists

British Fears for Pakistan Linked to Nuclear Weapons: Analyst

Nations fume, quietly, over Algerian hostage raid

US general says Britain risks 'special relationship' if it cuts military

French Mission in Mali Puts Germany in a Tight Spot

How the French got to airstrikes in Mali: A briefing from Bamako

A Dane tells of his life as a spy inside the al-Qaida network

Britain 'could help train Malian army', says minister

Britiain is sending two RAF C-17s to provide logistical support for the Malian Army in its attempt to stem the advance of Islamist fighters. No British soldiers will be deploying in a combat role to Mali. Prime Minister Cameron offered to support the French military effort in Mali after a French pilot was killed there.

Authorities arrested four men in a terrorism investigation linked to the kidnapping of two journalists in Syria by extremists last year. Three of the men were arrested at east London addresses; the fourth, a Portuguese, was detained at Gatwick airport.

UN wants to use drones for peacekeeping missions

In Old Taliban Strongholds, Qualms About What Lies Ahead

Whitehall is said to be increasingly concerned that Syrian chemical weapons may fall into the hands of extremists. A British team was sent to observe an exercise by US and Jordanian special forces on contingency plans to secure the weapons, but there are no plans at present to deploy British troops for the purpose.

An appeals court overturned the conviction of Ahmed Faraz, a Birmingham bookseller who was sentenced in 2011 to three years in prison for publishing and distributing extremist material. The court said the prosecution should not have relied on the fact that Faraz's texts were found in the homes of terrorists.

Pakistan condemns drone attacks in Waziristan

Nigeria Emerges as Center for Pirate Attacks

Publisher apologises for labelling Israel 'Occupied Palestine' in textbook

Abid Naseer, 26, who is wanted by the US on terror charges relating to an al Qaeda plot to bomb New York subways, was extradited to the US. Naseer, a Pakistani, was arrested in 2009 along with 11 other mostly Pakistani members of an al Qaeda cell that also planned attacks in Manchester and Norway. Terrorism suspect Ibrahim Magag, a Somali, has absconded.