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Australia's military role in Afghanistan pending US decision

Afghan Analysts Differ on US Withdrawal Plan

US concerned at "climate of impunity" in Egypt

Militant Threats Test Role of a Pentagon Command in Africa

Army veteran Clinton Romesha receives Medal of Honor for Afghan fight

The National Intelligence Estimate stated that the US is being targeted by sustained cyber-espionage efforts that are undermining US economic competitiveness. The major offender by far is said to be China, and the losses to the US are thought to be in the tens of billions of dollars.

A Terror Leader Emerges, Then Vanishes, in the Sahara

U.S. said to be target of massive cyber-espionage campaign

Code Name 'Murat': What Germany Knew About Ankara Bomber

Timbuktu: al-Qaeda's terrorist training academy in the Mali desert

The Qatar initiative: JUI-F chief features in Doha talks

Obama Plan to Visit Mideast Stirs Hopes, but Not Much

Classified Defense Department studies summarized by the General Accounting Office cast doubt on the feasibility and practicality of a multibillion-dollar missile shield designed to protect the US from Iranian missiles. General Allen said he did not believe a more moderate branch of the Taliban supporting women's right to education had emerged. Defense Secretary Panetta lobbied against looming cuts in defense spending.

US Sets Stage for Exodus from Afghanistan

Some Taliban prisoners released by Pakistan are back in battle, officials fear

Looted Libyan Arms in Mali May Have Shifted Conflict's Path

Why Pakistan should not talk to the TTP

Push to Expand US 'Kill List'

France plays down report of ransom paid for Niger hostages

Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsani Nafis, a Bangladeshi man who came to the US for violent jihad, pled guilty in Manhattan to plotting to blow up the Federal Reserve Building. He said he was influenced by al Qaeda's Inspire magazine and ideologue Anwar al Awlaki. Secretary of State John Kerry said the US was looking at possible new approaches to the Syrian conflict, and cited the threats posed by the Al Nusrah Front and the influx of fighters from al Qaeda in Iraq.