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Taliban Raid on NATO Base Inflicted Severe Damage




Afghanistan - Experts blame base attack on intelligence failure




Libya consulate attack came after militants joined protesters, say witnesses, officials




A member of parliament has asked the Foreign Ministry to investigate the Al Muntada Trust, a London-based charity that raises funds for projects in Africa, for possible links to Boko Haram in Nigeria. The charity group has featured radical speakers in the past, and last year "secretly" flew in aid to Somalia.




Afghan Taliban threaten to kidnap, kill Prince Harry




United Kingdom - Reform call as madrassa teacher guilty of child cruelty




Pakistan expels Save the Children's foreign staff




A British businessman is seeking to prosecute Babar Ahmad, who has been in British custody since his 2004 arrest and is fighting extradition to the US. Ahmad ran a London-based website hosted in the US that supported the Taliban and other Islamist militants.




Taliban Will Not Be Able to Return Without Reconciling: ISAF




Donors pledge $6.4 billion in aid to Yemen




Hundreds of British troops to be questioned over 'weak' war crime allegations




Taliban fighters changing sides in Herat




Chinese Banks Funneled Money to Iran, Prosecutors Believe




Somali diaspora see hope and opportunity in Mogadishu




NATO says combat operations unaffected by pullout logistics




Two convicted al Qaeda plotters, Salahuddin Amin and Rangzieb Ahmed asked the European Court of Human Rights to overturn their convictions due to alleged torture by Pakistani authorities. A leading UK barrister said the case could be the first time the ECHR intervened in judgments of fact, a development he termed "unacceptable."




A Mercy Killing In Afghanistan?




British convert to Islam vows to fight to the death on Syrian rebel front line




Unlike US, Europe Has Few Limits on Hezbollah




Khalid Mahmood, a Labour MP from Birmingham, expressed concern that an increasing number of Syrian residents of the UK risk radicalization by being drawn into the conflict in Syria. Among the "dozens of men" said to have left the UK to fight in Syria, some are not Syrian, and the number of fighters traveling from Britain to Syria is growing.