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Moscow Shuts Down USAID Activities In Russia




Authorities are investigating recent bomb threats at four US universities. Henry Dewitt McFarland III, a former Marine who is converting to Islam, was arrested in Harlingen, Tex., and charged with making a terroristic threat, after he phoned a crisis line and threatened to blow up a building at the U. of Texas, Brownsville campus and another student who had allegedly made a derogatory statement about Islam.




US Warns Judge's Ruling Impedes Its Detention Powers




Pakistan - 'North Waziristan operation to stay under wraps'




Post-2014: Taliban cadre warns of civil war in Afghanistan




Armada of international naval power massing in the Gulf as Israel prepares an Iran strike




Taliban Raid on NATO Base Inflicted Severe Damage




Tough words from general on Afghan insider attacks




Pakistan - Rs10 million bounty offered for anti-Islam filmmaker




Afghanistan - Experts blame base attack on intelligence failure




US defence chief Panetta warns on Asia territory rows




Fury over Mohammad video simmers on in Muslim world




Libyans See al Qaeda Hand in Embassy Attack




Pakistan slams US 'pick and choose' policy in Afghanistan




The US pulled nonessential staff from its diplomatic facilities in Sudan and Tunisia. Abel Daoud was arrested in an FBI sting operation and charged with trying to detonate a bomb in a downtown Chicago bar. Daoud had expressed admiration for Osama bin Laden and wished to engage in violent jihad. In Virginia, Amine el Khalifi was sentenced to 30 years in prison for plotting to bomb the US Capitol.




Attack by Fringe Group Highlights the Problem of Libya Militias




'Muslims' Movie Producer Was Arrested for PCP, Snitched for Feds




More details emerge on US ambassador's last moments




Al Qaeda in Yemen urges Muslims to kill US diplomats over film




US officials called for calm as anti-US, pro-Islam protests took place in Egypt, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Tunisia, Sudan, Jordan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mauritania, Nigeria, Qatar, Pakistan, India, Kenya, Malaysia, Bahrain, and Israel. Marine rapid response teams have been deployed to Libya, Yemen, and Sudan. Bomb threats caused temporary evacuations of U. of Texas at Austin and North Dakota State university in Fargo.