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Parviz Khaki, an Iranian citizen, and Zongcheng Yi, a resident of China, were indicted on conspiracy charges for attempting to provide Iran with US materials for gas centrifuges used in enriching uranium. Yi remains at large but Khaki was detained in the Philippines in May.

Khadr's lawyers urge decision on return to Canada

Violent Protests Seize Maldives

In Egypt's Sinai desert, Islamic militants gaining new foothold

Ulugbek Kodirov, 22, an Uzbek who had entered the US in 2009 on a student visa, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for his role in a terrorist plot to kill President Obama. In a plea agreement he admitted to communicating with a member of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan who had urged him to assassinate the President.

Syria Moves Some Chemical Weapons, US Says

Troops try to balance dual role

Al-Qaeda tries to carve out a war for itself in Syria

Officials say major threat to London Olympics yet to materialize

US, Pakistan to ink new deal on NATO supply routes

Afghan Exit More Costly, More Difficult Than Iraq: Pentagon

Mali: how the West cleared the way for al-Qaeda's African march

Ibrahim al-Qosi, a Guantanamo detainee and former cook for Osama bin Laden, was released to his native Sudan. Qosi, who also served al Qaeda as a logistician and bookkeeper, admitted to terror charges in a plea deal in 2010.

About that NATO supply line deal ...

New Great Game Being Played In Afghanistan, Without The US

Pentagon to Set Up Database on Military Awards

Would Al Qaeda's Wildfire 'Ember Bomb' Really Work?

Rezwan Ferdaus, a Muslim American with a degree in physics, will plead guilty to terror charges in exchange for a reduced sentence. Ferdaus was arrested last fall by federal agents posing as al Qaeda operatives as he plotted to use model airplanes packed with explosives to bomb the US Capitol and the Pentagon.

Northern Mali: A dying land

US urged to recruit master hackers to wage cyber war on al-Qaida