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Most of Syria's toxins can be destroyed more easily than officials initially thought

The UN Security Council approved a resolution on the Syrian chemical weapons arsenal. President Obama spoke with Iranian president Rouhani on the telephone about Iran's nuclear program. US officials said Iran recently hacked unclassified US Navy computers. Terrorism charges were filed against Nigerian citizen Lawal Olaniyi Babafemi for providing material support to al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula; he allegedly trained in Yemen, recruited operatives, and helped publish al Qaeda's magazine Inspire. The US and Turkey are establishing a fund to support programs to counter jihadist ideology at local levels in countries such as Pakistan, Somalia, and Yemen; other contributors to the fund are the EU, Britain, Canada, Qatar, and Denmark.

U.S. Says Iran Hacked Navy Computers

The five permanent Security Council members reached on agreement on Syria's chemical weapons that would be enforceable by Chapter VII measures, including military force; the compromise agreement provides that the decision to use military force would be subject to Security Council debate. Secretary of State Kerry held talks with his Iranian counterpart. Officials said two Uighur former Guantanamo detainees who were settled in El Salvador in 2012 have left the country. A federal watchdog agency said the FBI has been using drones for domestic surveillance since 2006.

Most of Syria's toxins can be destroyed more easily than officials initially thought

Somalis in Minn. say youths still enticed to join terror group

Pentagon Contractor Used Iran for Project

Authorities acknowledged that the theft of US military equipment from a US Special Forces base in Libya is more serious than previously reported; dozens of armored GMV vehicles are missing, along with hundreds of weapons and most of the night-vision goggles. Alway Pouryan, a US citizen, was sentenced to 25 years in prison for conspiring along with co-defendant Oded Orbach to acquire and provide antiaircraft missiles to the Taliban.

Exclusive: Hundreds of U.S. security clearances seen falsified

Exclusive: White House Struggles to Replace Janet Napolitano at DHS

President Obama told the UN that the US will stay engaged in the Middle East and North Africa, with "all elements of our power, including military force," to ensure the free flow of energy from the region, dismantle terrorist networks, and forbid the use of chemical weapons or WMD. He also called for "consequences" if Syria fails to abide by the US-Russian deal to surrender its chemical weapons. The US and Russia have not yet agreed on a draft UN resolution on Syria's chemical weapons; Russia objects to the inclusion of a threat of military force. President Obama announced increased humanitarian aid for Syrian refugees and countries affected by the Syrian conflict. US officials are sending law-enforcement equipment to Nairobi.

Obama's Favorite General Stripped of His Security Clearance

U.S. moves drone fleet from Camp Lemonnier to ease Djibouti's safety concerns

EU threatens to suspend deal with US on tracking terrorists' funding

Chemical Disarmament Won't Be Easy

Chemical Disarmament Won't Be Easy

The US is examining claims by Kenyan authorities that Americans were involved in the Shabaab massacre at a Nairobi mall. Donald John Sachtleben, a former FBI employee, agreed to plead guilty to leaking national defense information about terrorist plots to the Associated Press; during the yearlong investigation, the Justice Department secretly obtained records from numerous phone lines assigned to the AP and its journalists.

Reporter Denies Writing Article That Linked Syrian Rebels to Chemical Attack

Qassem Suleimani, the Middle East's Most Powerful Operative

The FBI and US intelligence authorities are investigating whether any Americans are part of the Shabaab assault team that attacked a Nairobi mall. US citizen Abdel Hameed Shehadeh, 23, was sentenced to 13 years in prison for lying to the FBI about his attempts to join the Taliban or al Qaeda. He was an acquaintance of Adis Medunjanin, who along with several others was guilty of plotting to bomb New York subways.