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Iran Readies Offer to Limit Its Nuclear Program

Records Obtained by JW Reveal U.S. Knew of Sophisticated al Qaeda Plan to Hijack Commercial Airliner in 2000

US justifies Somalia raid under AUMF, which Obama seeks to repeal

The US Navy SEALs raid that targeted a Shabaab leader known as Ikrima was justified under the 2001 Authorization to Use Military Force. President Obama has called for the repeal of the AUMF, and support to do so is gaining in Congress.

Karzai Raises Stakes in US-Afghan Talks by Calling Assembly

SPIEGEL Interview with Syrian President Bashar Assad

'Norway should accept prestige Syria role'

US commando raids suggest future shape of counterterror bids

With little fanfare, Afghanistan War drags into 13th year

Kenyan Riots Pivot on Religious Conflict

The untold story of al-Shabab's murderous attack on the U.N. in Mogadishu.

New York case offers insight into secret war against Somali militants

Biggest hurdle to deal on Iranian nuclear program may be talking about the past

US forces conducted raids against terrorists in Libya and Somalia. Defense Secretary Hagel said "most" of the furloughed Pentagon civilian workers will be soon called back to work. Secretary of State Kerry said the US is not abandoning its "pivot" to Asia.

Shabaab claims it 'repelled' raid by Western special operations forces

Shabaab claimed that its fighters stopped a Western-led nighttime raid from the sea in the costal town of Barawe. The US special operations forces killed a top al Qaeda and Shabaab leader in Barawe four years ago.

Negotiations for a post-2014 US presence in Afghanistan are at an impasse; although an agreement has been reached to assure legal immunity for US troops, the US has rejected Afghan requests that the US guarantee Afghanistan's security and that US troops refrain from searching for al Qaeda in Afghanistan. Afghan President Karzai has said he is in no hurry to reach an agreement.

Terrorism newest worry for cargo ships

U.S. and Israel Share a Goal in Iran Talks, but Not a Strategy

Nizar Trabelsi, a Tunisian who once played professional soccer, was extradited to the US to face charges for plotting with al Qaeda to blow up a NATO base in Belgium. He already served 10 years in a Belgian prison, and was indicted by the US in 2006. The US and Japan agreed to modernize their defense alliance. The US sanctioned Central African Republic, Rwanda, Sudan, Burma, and Syria for their use of child soldiers, but gave waivers to several other countries. A memo from the Attorney General said Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev is a committed terrorist who was inspired by al Qaeda ideologue Anwar al Awlaki and destroyed evidence after the bombing.

CIA ramping up covert training program for moderate Syrian rebels

Exclusive: Years After Manning Leaks, State Department Cable System Lacks Basic Security