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'Zero Dark Thirty' waterboarding depictions not accurate, senators say

UN warns of foreign influx into sectarian Syria war

Al Qaeda grows powerful in Syria as endgame nears

Three State Department officials resigned after a damning report on the the Benghazi consulate attack. Raees Alam Qazi and Sheheryar Alam Qazi, brothers from Fort Lauderdale, are to be detained until their trial on charges of plotting an al Qaeda-inspired attack in New York City. The new judge in the Ft. Hood shooting case allowed the suspect to wear a beard.

Come plague, storm or bomb, most US states unprepared: report

Benghazi review finds systematic security faults

Pakistan will be reimbursed $688 million for maintaining troops for six months along the Afghan border. The Pentagon said Pakistan's failure to crack down on militant safe havens and inderdict the flow of IED materials undermines the security of US, Coalition, and Afghan forces. AFRICOM created a quick reaction force.

The State Department designated Michel Samaha, Lebanon's former Minister of Information and Tourism, as a global terrorist for plotting with Syrian officials "to conduct bombing attacks against Lebanese political and religious figures in northern Lebanon." The Treasury Dept. also designated him, for actions that undermined Lebanon's democracy and sovereignty.

If you think Pakistan will abandon the Taliban, think again!

Propaganda war clouds view of Syria conflict

NSC confers on Taliban's political bureau in Qatar

Syrians march in support of Jabhat al-Nusra militants

Hezbollah chief says Al-Qaeda 'tricked' to fight in Syria

As Gold Is Spirited Out of Afghanistan, Officials Wonder Why

European Leaders Push for End to Ban on Arming Syria Rebels

As year ends, US commanders are offering glowing assessments of war progress in Afghanistan

US troops will man Patriot batteries along Turkey's border with Syria

US force in Afghanistan may be smaller than expected after 2014

Vast sums of aid continue to be stolen in Afghanistan

US presses Pakistan on bomb fertiliser