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Pakistan slams US 'pick and choose' policy in Afghanistan

The US pulled nonessential staff from its diplomatic facilities in Sudan and Tunisia. Abel Daoud was arrested in an FBI sting operation and charged with trying to detonate a bomb in a downtown Chicago bar. Daoud had expressed admiration for Osama bin Laden and wished to engage in violent jihad. In Virginia, Amine el Khalifi was sentenced to 30 years in prison for plotting to bomb the US Capitol.

Attack by Fringe Group Highlights the Problem of Libya Militias

'Muslims' Movie Producer Was Arrested for PCP, Snitched for Feds

More details emerge on US ambassador's last moments

Al Qaeda in Yemen urges Muslims to kill US diplomats over film

US officials called for calm as anti-US, pro-Islam protests took place in Egypt, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Tunisia, Sudan, Jordan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mauritania, Nigeria, Qatar, Pakistan, India, Kenya, Malaysia, Bahrain, and Israel. Marine rapid response teams have been deployed to Libya, Yemen, and Sudan. Bomb threats caused temporary evacuations of U. of Texas at Austin and North Dakota State university in Fargo.

Google will not remove anti-Islam film from YouTube following White House request for review

US intelligence warned embassy in Egypt of concern about anti-Muslim film

Anti-American Protests Over Film Expand to More Than a Dozen Countries

Pakistanis rally against film mocking Muhammad

Libya's rogue militias complicate manhunt for those behind consulate attack

Texas, North Dakota universities evacuate buildings after bomb threats

Italy: Mursi condemns anti-Islam film during Rome visit

Google Blocks Inflammatory Video in Egypt and Libya

Pakistan orders anti-Islam video block on YouTube

US braces for more violence from anti-Muslim film

Secretary of State Clinton denounced recent violence against US citizens and facilities over a recent privately-produced anti-Islam video, called the video "reprehensible," and reiterated the US commitment to freedom of speech. Officials have ordered a security review of all US overseas diplomatic missions.

Iranian-backed Shia terror leader freed by US threatens to attack

Qais al Qazali, the leader of the League of the Righteous, said a controversial film "will put all the American interests Iraq in danger." Qazali was released from custody by the US in 2009.

Consulate attack planned as 2-part militant assault, Libyan official says