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Spy Chief Distances Saudis From U.S.

U.S. high court asks Obama administration's view on bank secrecy

The US has quietly begun releasing $1.6 billion in aid to Pakistan; most military aid had been frozen for much of the past two years due to strained relations. The Pentagon said it will not renew its lease for the Manas base in Kyrgyzstan next year, so starting in July 2014 US military flights in and out of Afghanistan will transit through Romania instead.

Terrorist hideouts outside Afghanistan must be eliminated: Sediqi

U.S. military investing heavily in Africa

Rise in lasers pointed at aircraft in New York, FBI says

Insight Into How Insurgents Fought in Iraq

Officials arrested US citizen Marcos Alonso Zea a.k.a. Ali Zea, at his home in Brentwood, New York, and indicted him on terror charges for trying to travel to Yemen to join al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, supporting the efforts of convicted terrorist Justin Kaliebe to join AQAP, and attempting to hide evidence from US investigators. Court documents disclosed that Sinh Vinh Ngo Nguyen, a Los Angeles man arrested last week trying to join al Qaeda, had already fought alongside rebel forces in Syria and was on his way to Pakistan. The Pentagon has asked for approval to sell $10.8 billion in weapons and equipment to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, including 6,000 GBU-39/B Small Diameter "bunker buster" bombs, and nearly 1,000 "smart bombs" that use GPS systems to fire from fighter jets.

Egypt 'looking to Russia' for arms after US aid freeze

Exclusive: NSA delayed anti-leak software at base where Snowden worked -officials

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.