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Pakistan - JI stages rally against Israeli attacks on Gaza

As cyberwarfare heats up, allies turn to US companies for expertise

For Israel, Gaza Conflict Is Test for an Iran Confrontation

Mr Khader goes to Washington

Three Malian men arrested in 2009 on suspicion of international drug trafficking for al Qaeda were given light sentences because the judge believed the defendants were motivated by economic circumstances, not terrorist ideology. The government dropped narco-terrorism charges after the men pled guilty to conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist group.

Egypt's President Morsi takes sweeping new powers

'Intelligence Community' Deleted Al Qaeda Reference From CIA Benghazi Document

Four California men were arrested for planning to fight with the Taliban and al Qaeda in Afghanistan against the US. Sohiel Omar Kabir, a naturalized US citizen from Afghanistan, organized the terrorist training and travel plans for US residents Ralph Deleon and Miguel Alejandro Santana Vidriales and US citizen Arifeen David Gojali. Kabir introduced the suspects to the doctrine of al Qaeda ideologue Anwar al Awlaki.

Palestinian Authority sidelined in Hamas-Israel conflict

Analysis of Hamas Military Capability After Six-Day Conflict With Israel

France eyes Middle East influence, image with Syria gamble

Herat, Freewheeling Afghan City, Fearful of US Pullout

Gaza Clash Escalates With Deadliest Israeli Strike

Iran Set to Double Nuclear Fuel Capability

Pakistani Taliban Turn to Kidnapping to Finance Operations

Pakistan May Release More Taliban Prisoners

The CIA is launching an internal investigation into the conduct of David Petraeus when he was director of the agency. Adis Medunjanin, a US citizen from Bosnia who plotted with two other men to conduct suicide attacks on the New York subway system, was sentenced to life in prison.

Former CIA Director David Petraeus told Congress that he knew shortly after the attack on the US Consulate in Benghazi that Ansar al Shariah and Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb were involved; their names were later deleted from the CIA's report, however. The Treasury Department designated Mullah Naim Barich, the Taliban's shadow governor for Helmand province in Afghanistan, as an international drug trafficker.

US-Egypt relations challenged by escalating Middle East violence

Iraq frees Hezbollah commander who helped mold Shia terror groups

Musa Ali Daqduq, who was tasked with establishing a Hezbollah-like Shia terror group in Iraq, and who was involved in the 2007 attack on US troops in Karbala, has been freed from Iraqi custody and is now in Lebanon.