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The State Department confirmed that since January it has offered a $10 million reward for information leading to the capture of those behind the Sept. 11, 2012 attack on the US Consulate in Benghazi. FBI Director James Comey said cyberthreats are more likely than al Qaeda to pose problems for US security over the next few years. The director of the National Counterterrorism Center warned, however, that the risk posed by al Qaeda "has become more significant from a geographic perspective and more complicated from an intelligence perspective." The acting secretary of Homeland Security said his agency is working with European allies to track Western jihadists in Syria.

Exclusive: US and Iran Poised to Meet to Tackle Syria Aid Together

US Moves to Clear Obstacles to Iran Nuclear Deal

Chemical Arms Monitor Debates Syrian Plan to Destroy Weapons

Obama vs. the Generals

Report: Israel targeted upgraded anti-aircraft systems in Syria in late October

Benghazi attackers reportedly knew location of ambassador's safe room

C.I.A. Collecting Data on International Money Transfers, Officials Say

Haqqani Leader Lived, Died In The Open In Pakistan

The simple, logical answer to the Iran nuclear conundrum

Drone combat missions may be scaled back eventually, Air Force chief says

Mullah Fazlullah's Rise to Chief of the Pakistani Taliban Complicates Islamabad's Ties With Afghanistan

The State Department designated the Nigerian jihadist group Boko Haram and its splinter group Ansaru as global terrorist organizations. The White House is trying to thwart Congress' plans to impose new Iran sanctions, in the hopes of securing a deal on the Iranian nuclear program. An appellate court upheld the terrorism convictions of Tarek Mehanna, who conspired to support al Qaeda and kill US soldiers.

Afghan Companies With Insurgent Ties Still Receive US Contracts

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