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Boko Haram's bin Laden connection




MI5 record explodes Abu Hamza court claims: Close to arresting hate preacher four years before the 9/11 terror attacks




Ankara at crossroads on Syria policy




Christians persecuted at alarming rate in Iran, Arab world, US report says




Iraqi army faces death, desertions as it struggles with Anbar offensive




Yemen Shooting Opens Window on US Clandestine Operations




In Yemen, a Counterterrorism Challenge




Rise and fall of Abu Hamza




Yemen Braces for al Qaeda Reprisals over Army Offensive




Lawyer for doctor in Bin Laden case quits over security




US urges Pakistan to probe lawyer's killing




Memo Revisits Policy on Citing Leaked Material, to Some Confusion




Exclusive: CIA Falls Back in Afghanistan




Obama policy bans employee use of of leaked material




CIA's plan to retrench in Afghanistan worries US military




Abu Hamza trial: cleric describes London as melting pot for militants from around the world




The Treasury Department imposed sanctions on six top Assad regime officials, a Russian bank that provided services to Syria, and two refineries owned by the regime. Over the past three years the US has sanctioned some 200 individuals and entities for supporting the regime. An FBI agent seized in Pakistan was released on bail.




Yemen FM: War against al Qaeda will take years




Hillary's State Department Refused to Brand Boko Haram as Terrorists




Claiming that US-supplied advanced weapons would be kept out of the hands of extremists, Syrian National Coalition president Ahmad Jarba asked the US for more weapons in order to "neutralize" the Assad regime's air power. The Pentagon said the US is sending fewer than 10 uniformed military personnel, as well as a team of civilians, to help the Nigerian government recover hundreds of schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram. A bipartisan group in Congress is trying to expand the issuance of visas for Afghans who served as interpreters for US forces. Officials are seeking the release of an FBI agent seized by Pakistani authorities on May 5.