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An increasing US focus on Africa -- but is it a 'pivot'?




Training of Syrian insurgents steps up in Saudi Arabia




U.S. Prepares to Train African Forces to Fight Terror




White House Weighs Easing Iran Sanctions' Bite With Slow Release of Assets




Behind the Smiles in Geneva, No Concrete Progress in Iran Negotiations




Documents reveal NSA's extensive involvement in targeted killing program




Turkey blows Israel's cover for Iranian spy ring




U.S. eavesdropping agency chief, top deputy expected to depart soon




Pakistan - Experts Say Baradar Released, But Under Supervision




The Medal of Honor was awarded to former Army captain William Swenson, for heroic action at the Battle of Ganjgal in Afghanistan on Sept. 8, 2009. In federal court in Manhattan, Anas al Libi, a.k.a. Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Ruqai, pled not guilty to terrorism charges relating to al Qaeda's 1998 bombings of the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, in which 224 people were killed.




US Weighs Letting Iran Keep Nuclear-Enrichment Facilities




NSA collects millions of e-mail address books globally




Al Qaeda operative Abu Anas al Libi, who was recently captured in Libya, has been transferred from a Navy ship to the US for trial in New York. Jason Woodring, of Jacksonville, Ark., has been arrested for recent attacks on the Arkansas power grid. The Obama administration loosened controls over arms exports, shifting oversight on a number of categories from the State Department to the Commerce Department.




Dispute on immunity for US troops blocks Afghan-US security pact




The Inevitable Rise Of Al-Qaeda in Libya




Partial Afghan security deal reached, Kerry says




U.S. quietly observes coup law on Egypt aid, but shuns term




Secretary of State Kerry is meeting in Kabul with Afghanistan's president to try to reach an agreement on US troop presence in the country after 2014; President Obama has said that if no deal is reached by Oct. 31, the US will withdraw all troops by the end of 2014. Two New York City men face charges of trying to support terrorist acts; Humayoun Ghoulan Nabi, a Pakistani national, and Ismael Alsarabbi, a naturalized citizen from Kuwait, were arrested after a two-year investigation showing their intent to provide winter gear for Taliban fighters in Afghanistan. Sinh Vinh Ngo Nguyen a.k.a. Hasan Abu Omar Ghannoum, of Garden Grove, Calif., was charged with trying to support al Qaeda; he was arrested while en route to Mexico. Investigators discovered that the CIA warned in 2009 about NSA leaker Edward Snowden after he sought unauthorized access to classified files.




General in charge of America's nuclear weapons sacked for misbehaviour




UN extends NATO force in Afghanistan for last time