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All of the 33,000 'surge' troops ordered to Afghanistan in 2009 have left the country, leaving US troop levels as they were before the surge. The hacker group "Cyber fighters of Izz ad-din Al qassam" claimed to have mounted cyberattacks against the websites of the Bank of America, the New York Stock Exchange, and Chase Bank, in retaliation for the "Innocence of Muslims" movie. The group claimed the attacks would continue until the film is removed from the Internet.




US troops in Afghanistan return to pre-surge levels: Defence official




Anti-jihad 'savage' ads going up in NYC subway - Yahoo! News




Pakistani TV shows US ads condemning anti-Islam film




State Department warns Americans against travel to Pakistan




Foreign fighters, extremists increasingly appearing on front lines in Syria's civil war




Ex-Commander in Afghanistan in Line for Top Africa Post




The State Department is shipping armored vehicles and other equipment to Somalia and Tunisia to bolster security at its missions there. Nonessential staff were recently pulled from the US embassies in Somalia and Tunisia following attacks on the facilities.




Italian Supreme Court upholds guilty verdict against 23 Americans




Pakistan - Protester dies after inhaling fumes from burning American flag




Coalition Sharply Reduces Joint Operations With Afghan Troops




Russia may block YouTube over anti-Islam film




Pakistan - US officials vacate Lahore consulate




NATO order changes way it will fight Afghan war




Analysis: NATO pullback heightens doubts about Afghan strategy




Terror suspect makes first public appearance in federal court in Chicago




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'