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Philippines may ask for US spy planes over S.China Sea




Al-Qaeda plotting to bomb US plane: report




The US indicted Minh Quang Pham for assisting al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. Pham, who had traveled from the UK to Yemen to help with AQAP's online propaganda and worked with an American there in 2011, is currently being held in the UK and will be extradited soon.




Labour lifts Lord Ahmed's suspension




Afghan Phaseout of Security Firms Draws Concerns




Russia Allows NATO to Use Airbase




US targets informal banks for alleged aid to Taliban




Pakistan bombing hints at free rein for radicals in Quetta




Lynne Stewart's 10-Year Prison Sentence Is Upheld




Troop immunity likely to be focus of US, Afghanistan deal




Abu Jundal escaped arrest in Pakistan at ISI's behest




Presence of Taliban sanctuaries in Afghanistan beyond explanation: Rehman




A jury convicted Saudi student Khalid Ali Aldawsari of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction; he faces a possible life term in prison. His intended "jihad" included blowing up dams, nuclear power plants, and the home of former US President George W. Bush. The US added China and Singapore to its list of countries excepted from sanctions for Iranian oil transactions.




Pakistan's Fazlullah re-emerges as a security threat




Gen Allen-Gen Kayani meeting: Washington offers joint offensive against TTP




Russian heartland fears NATO transit




The defense rested in the case of Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari, a 22-year-old Saudi student accused of preparing to bomb US targets, including the home of former President George W. Bush. The suspect sought to "create an Islamic group under the banner" of al Qaeda, according to an affidavit in the case.




US for increased Pak-Afghan cooperation against cross-border terrorism -




Afghanistan Insurgents Step Up Attacks, Coalition Says




NATO Gives UN List of Unexploded Bomb Sites in Libya