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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.

US troops may remains in Afghanistan beyond 2014

Afghanistan - US relents on bases in 1st round of security talks.s

David Petraeus: gleeful Taliban ponder correct way to execute adulterer

Petraeus mistress had substantial classified data on computer: sources

Afghans Test Lead Role in Tough Spot

Afghans Called Ill-Prepared to Maintain Bases on Their Own

German Arms Sales to Algeria Have Increased Dramatically

Malian expatriates in Paris fear for their homeland

Angry Turkish Secularists Plant Flag at Ergenekon Trial

The Pentagon launched an investigation into correspondence between top Afghanistan commander General John Allen and a woman linked to the extramarital affair between former CIA Director David Petraeus and his biographer. Allen's nomination as commander of US and NATO forces in Europe is on hold. US officials hope to soon determine the pace of the drawdown in Afghanistan and the number of troops to remain after 2014.

Afghan Warlord Ismail Khan's Call to Arms Rattles Kabul

US to soon determine post-2014 troop presence in Afghanistan

UN Sanctions Unlikely To End Haqqani Safe Haven In Pakistan

Petraeus Affair: Military Can Prosecute Adulterers

US Fears Hezbollah Operative Held in Iraq May Go Free

Pakistan urges all Afghan insurgents to pursue peace: Ambassador

The US Air Force stationed a detachment of 10 troops at a base in central Poland to support US fighter plane squadrons that come to Poland to train Polish pilots on F-16s. Poland has long requested a US military presence, and this is the first permanent posting of US soldiers on Polish soil.