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US looks for work-around to Afghan security impasse

US Aims to Blunt Terrorist Recruiting of English Speakers

NSA tracking cellphone locations worldwide, Snowden documents show

Obama war chiefs widen drone kill box

Syria's chemical weapons to be shipped in delicate US-Danish operation

Pakistani CIA Informant: 'Drone Attacks Are the Right Thing to Do'

US, Stepping Up Role, Will Present West Bank Security Proposal to Israel

Jihadist Groups Gain in Turmoil Across Middle East

US reportedly frees Iranian amid secret talks, but American trio still held

US plan for new, Western-trained Libyan force faces obstacles

Analysis: Saudis have few options as they push tougher foreign policy

Support for BSA Strong Amongst Civil Society, Kabul Residents

Afghans Assail Karzai's Disparate Views on Killings

Iran Nuclear Deal Raises Fears of Proliferation Among Arab States

US: American fighters in Syria a security risk

The US continued to reject China's claim to disputed territory over the East China Sea, but urged US commercial airlines to comply with China's demands for notification of any flights through its newly declared air defense zone. The US offered to destroy Syria's chemical weapons aboard a ship at sea; a US naval vessel is being readied for the purpose. The White House said President Obama will issue a new national security strategy in early 2014. The Obama administration renewed exemptions from Iran sanctions for China, India, South Korea, Turkey, Malaysia, South Africa, Singapore, and Sri Lanka. Guantanamo detainees Belkacem Bensayah and Djamel Ameziane protested US plans to repatriate them to Algeria.

US General Warns of Risks If Karzai Delays Deal

The US military flew two warplanes over an area of the East China Sea that is claimed by both Japan and China, in a routine exercise, defying a recent Chinese edict. A federal judge rejected claims by Osama bin Laden son-in-law Abu Ghaith that he was treated inhumanely by US officials after his arrest in Jordan earlier this year, and refused to dismiss charges. President Karzai continued to haggle over the terms of the BSA.

CIA turned some Guantanamo Bay prisoners into double agents against al Qaeda

NSA 'collected details of online sexual activity' of Islamist radicals