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Basit Javed Sheikh a.k.a. Abdul Basit, a Pakistani man from Cary, North Carolina, was arrested at Raleigh-Durham airport as he tried to fly to Lebanon via Canada. He was charged with aiding a terrorist group, as he allegedly has been attempting to provide foreign fighters for the Al Nusrah Front in Syria. The US military sent a contingent of Marines and two C-130 transport planes with humanitarian aid to typhoon-ravaged areas of the central Philippines.




How British and American aid subsidises Palestinian terrorism




Terror victims find witness in case against Bank of China




John Kerry's Middle East dream world




Iran Balked at Language of Draft Nuclear Deal, Western Diplomats Say




How France Scuttled The Iran Deal at the Last Minute




Obama's Portable Zone of Secrecy (Some Assembly Required)




The Pentagon's semiannual report on Afghan operations noted that during the April-September period, US and Coalition deaths dropped by almost 60% compared to the same period last year, but that Afghan troop deaths went up by 80%. It said Afghan forces are now conducting 95% of conventional operations and 98% of special operations. The report claimed that counterterrorism operations "eliminated dozens of al Qaeda operatives and facilitators" and restricted the terror group's movements to "isolated areas inside northeastern Afghanistan." It also said that although the number of al Qaeda fighters in the country "remains very low," al Qaeda's AQ "relationship with local Afghan Taliban formations remains intact."




Iranian nuclear talks end without a deal




US Navy moles aided huge fraud, officials say




The Dollar Value of the Proposed Sanctions Relief at Geneva




US Admonishes Afghanistan on Prisoner Releases




Exclusive: Snowden persuaded other NSA workers to give up passwords - sources




Prosecutors charged Dino Bouterse, the son of the president of Suriname, with attempting to support Hezbollah by providing members of the terrorist group with weapons and facilitating their entry into the US to attack American targets. Secretary of State Kerry said no agreement has yet been reached in negotiations on Iran's nuclear program, as key issues are still unresolved.




Accounts Differ to FBI and CBS on Benghazi




Snowden persuaded other NSA workers to give up passwords - sources




Former Egyptian militant warns about the Muslim Brotherhood




The secret diaries of Gitmo detainee Abu Zubaydah




'No quick fixes' for Pakistan Taliban violence




Interview: A Continued US Presence In Afghanistan 'Will Help Prevent Civil War'