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Suspect in Benghazi Attack Scoffs at US




How US Ambassador Chris Stevens May Have Been Linked To Jihadist Rebels In Syria




Documents Back Up Claims of Requests for Greater Security in Benghazi




Dane's Wild Tale of Ruse to Find Anwar al-Awlaki




Ally Financial latest US bank to face cyber attack




CIA Director David Petraeus asked for 10 more armed drones; the CIA currently has 30 to 35. The US military has hundreds more. Howard Willie Carter II was arrested on child pornography charges; he is thought to be involved in a plot to blow up the Federal Reserve building in Manhattan. A military court ruled that Ft. Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Hasan can be forcibly shaved for trial. In Minneapolis, Mahamud Said Omar was convicted of funneling US recruits to Shabaab in Somalia.




Early CIA report blamed militants for Benghazi attack




Canada Beefs Up Its Cyber-Security Budget




US sees potential for wider anti-Taliban uprising




Exclusive: Libyan Islamist says he was at US consulate during attack




New York Fed bomb plot: how Quazi Ahsan Nufis became radicalised




Bangladesh father denies son involved in New York bomb plot




US adds IMU financier, Taliban IED experts to terror list

Qari Ayyub Bashir is the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan's top financier; Maulawi Adam Khan Achekzai is a senior Taliban IED expert and leader; and Aamir Ali Chaudhry is an electronics and explosives expert for the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan who was involved in the Times Square plot.


Authorities charged Bangladeshi student Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis in an FBI sting operation in which Nafis thought he was executing an al Qaeda plot to blow up the Federal Reserve building in Manhattan. In another New York courtroom, Iranian-American citizen Manssor Arbabsiar pled guilty to plotting with Iran's Quds Force to assassinate the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the US.




Yemeni debate over drones emerges after Saleh's fall




Libya revolutionaries: yesterday's heroes, today's headache




Pakistanis divided on army offensive after attack




US embassy in Stockholm evacuated




US pushes Afghans as security deteriorates




An appeals court overturned a military court's conviction of former bin Laden bodyguard and driver Salim Ahmed Hamdan, who was captured in Afghanistan in 2001 and detained at Guantanamo. Because providing material support for terrorism was not an international war crime at the time of his arrest, the court found the conviction a retroactive prosecution and untenable.