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Using Billboards to Stake Claim Over 'Jihad'

Pakistani American indicted for supporting al Qaeda suicide bomber

Reaz Qadir Khan was arrested two days ago by the FBI and charged with providing material support for an al Qaeda suicide bomber who participated in a suicide assault in Lahore, Pakistan in May 2009.

Kerry Says US Backs Mideast Efforts to Arm Syrian Rebels

Journalism in Pakistani tribal areas: a shadow of death

The Senate panel voted to approve the nomination of John Brennan as CIA head. Hafiz Khan, 77, a Florida imam and US citizen, was found guilty of providing some $50,000 to the Pakistani Taliban. Khan was arrested with two of his sons and three other people in May 2011; charges were dropped against the sons, and the other defendants remain in Pakistan. Khan's defense team had attempted to use Taliban testimony to show credibility of witnesses in Pakistan.

ISAF: No More Data On Taliban Attacks

Pakistani Taliban execute, behead soldiers in South Waziristan

The deaths of the six soldiers had not been reported. Taliban emir Hakeemullah Mehsud also threatened to attack the US and Britain.

Western Aid: EU May Provide Training to Syrian Rebels

NATO expects decision on post-2014 Afghan force by mid-year

From Hollywood to Kansas, drones are flying under the radar

Helmand's Remarkable Security Gains Remain Fragile

Spending cuts create challenges for Army

Wardak Provincial Council Fears Ban on US Forces

Anxious Whispers in Tripoli

Secretary of State Kerry said the US will send food and medicine, as well as $60 million for basic services such as education and sanitation, directly to the Syrian Opposition Coalition. The US already is providing $50 million in indirect help to the rebels. Some of the new aid will go directly to the Free Syrian Army's military councils.

Karzai to ISAF: turn over armed groups

An FBI informant who once worked for imprisoned terrorist Omar Abdel Rahman ("the Blind Sheikh") warned that the US should not yield to pressure from Egypt and others to release Rahman to serve the rest of his sentence elsewhere. One of Rahman's sons threatened that the US will "pay a terrible price" if Rahman is not released soon. The Army said pending budget cuts will have "dire" financial effects on the military.

US military may take over part of CIA drone war

Exclusive interview: A peek into the Afghan Taliban mind

AP INTERVIEW: Iraq PM warns Syria war could spread