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UK bars entry of Bilour, anti-Islam filmmaker: Report




US, allies girding for worst-case scenario with Syria's WMD




US warning reflects fears of Iranian cyberattack




Defense Secretary Panetta warned of the increasing danger of cyberattacks on US civilian infrastructure; the US is "in a pre-9/ll moment," he said. Cyberattacks have already in some instances breached systems for US financial institutions; public transportation; and chemical, water, and electrical plants. The Pentagon is preparing new rules of engagement for cyberwarfare and has developed the ability to mount preemptive operations upon detection of an impending cyberattack.




10 Years After Bali Bombings, Local Militants Still Pose Threat




Pakistan - Imran Khan Calls Fighting In Afghanistan 'Jihad'




European official: Al Qaeda threat in northern Africa 'spreading'




Malala Yousafzai: Pakistan's Taliban policy in spotlight




A special US military task force of about 150 has been sent to Jordan to assist with the refugee situation, monitor Syria's chemical weapons, and provide support should the conflict spill across Syria's borders. Jordan is also becoming concerned that Islamist militants will enter Jordan from Syria.




Interview with Vladimir Yakunin on Tensions Between Russia and West: 'Russia and the West are drifting apart'




ISAF leader Allen tapped to lead NATO, EUCOM




Report: Safety systems for Afghan IEDs inadequate




Lt. Col. Andrew Wood, the former commander of a special US security team in Libya, told Congress at a hearing on the Sept. 11 Benghazi consulate attack that al Qaeda's presence in Libya "grows every day" and that the terror group is "more established than we are" there. The State Department pulled Woods' security team from Libya in August.




California man linked to anti-Islam film denies violating probation




Islam's inroads in land of Voodoo and Christianity




Radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada appeals deportation to Jordan




Benghazi attack faces US Congress committee scrutiny




Obama, Romney: Ignore Afghanistan war at your own peril




North Korea says its rockets can hit US mainland




Radical cleric Abu Hamza pled not guilty today to the 11 terrorism charges against him, and was assigned a trial date of Aug. 26, 2013. He asked to be referred to by his birth name, Mustafa Kamel Mustafa. Two other men extradited from the UK with Abu Hamza, Saudi native Khalid al-Fawwaz and Egyptian Adel Abdul Bary, received a trial date of Oct. 7, 2013.