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Syria war: new push against Assad being planned, reports suggest

Interpol reveals lax passport screening

Shoe-bomb plots disclosed at trial of bin Laden son-in-law

A US defense official said a small contingent of US special forces was recently sent to Jordan to train their Iraqi and Jordanian counterparts. US officials confirmed that the Navy had been told to be prepared to act to prevent a shipment of Iranian weapons from being smuggled into Gaza; the shipment was monitored by both US and Israeli officials and was intercepted by Israeli forces near Sudan on March 5.

Suspected Russian spyware Turla targets Europe, United States

Abu Ghaith urged Qaeda recruits to 'pledge' to bin Laden: witness

Boston bomber's widow cozies up to his mother in Kyrgyzstan

The State Department issued an order restricting the movements of Syria's UN representative, Bashar Ja'afari, to a 25-mile radius of New York City; similar restrictions are in place for Iranian and North Korean envoys. US officials pushed for vigilance over Syria's compliance on the eradication of its chemical weapons. The US military warned Americans of an increased danger of bomb attacks in Bahrain.

US Takes Training Role in Africa as Threats Grow and Budgets Shrink

President Obama's foreign policy is based on fantasy

Syria's 'third force' Kurds may emerge stronger from conflict

Egypt's Arms Deal with Russia: Potential Strategic Costs

US says Kunming attack is 'act of terrorism'

US officials say al Qaeda's leader in Afghanistan, Farouq al-Qahtani al-Qatari, has several hundred fighters and could plan attacks on the US; officials are concerned that the "zero option" will remove US capability to launch strikes against al Qaeda forces in Afghanistan. The US Ambassador to Syria, Robert Ford, retired after three years in the post. Defense lawyers for Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, 48, a Kuwaiti son-in-law of Osama bin Laden and and suspected terrorist, asked for clarification that charges against him are not confused with those against Guantánamo detainee Abd al-Rahman Abdu Abu al-Ghayth Sulayman, a Yemeni in his 30s.

Officials: Al Qaeda plots comeback in Afghanistan

American jihadist in Pakistan partially identified

US Militant, Hidden, Spurs Drone Debate

US general: Grim Afghan future if no security pact

Defense Secretary Hagel urged Russia to respect Ukraine's sovereignty. Secretary of State Kerry said yesterday that the US has an obligation to pursue diplomatic and other options to force Iran to give up its nuclear weapons program. Following the Obama administration's announcement that it has ordered the Pentagon to begin planning for a full withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan by the end of the year in the absence of a bilateral security agreement, NATO said it is making similar plans. Former defense secretary Leon Panetta warned of the increasing danger of cyberattacks.

New thesis on how Stuxnet infiltrated Iran nuclear facility