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Nigeria: Boko Haram and Alamieyesaigha - Effect On Nigeria-US Relations




The State Department categorically rejected charges by acting Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro that the CIA and the Pentagon were plotting to kill his opposition rival and trigger a coup. Citing development problems and lack of funds, the US cancelled the Phase 4 long-range missile interceptors that had been planned for Poland and Romania.




Controversial weapon Pakistan seeks UN ban on unilateral drone strikes




Israel to ask Obama to use air strikes in case of Syrian missile transfer




Afghan Clerics Warn US on Karzai Demands




The US Military's Africa Command warned that Nigeria-based Boko Haram is increasing its collaboration with al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb and said some elements of Boko Haram are looking to attack the US and Europe. Mohammed Rashed, who pled guilty to a 1982 airliner bombing and is linked to numerous other terrorist attacks, will be released on March 20 and deported; his former boss, master bombmaker Abu Ibrahim, remains at large.




CIA begins sizing up Islamic extremists in Syria for drone strikes




US refuse to transfer high-risk prisoners to Afghan control




Hundreds Protest Against US in Wardak




The Pentagon is adding 14 missile interceptors on the West Coast at a cost of $1 billion to bolster US defenses against a North Korean attack. President Obama told Israel that Iran was more than year away from developing a nuclear weapon, and said the US would try to resolve the problem diplomatically but would "keep all options on the table." A federal appellate court reinstated an ACLU case that seeks information on the CIA's drone program.




CIA Must End Silence on Drone-Targeted Killings, Appeals Court Says




US, Iran secretly discussed swap of al Qaeda detainees for Iranian dissidents




US - Iran tensions escalate in latest drone incident




US sending Free Syrian Army 200,000 halal MREs




Karzai Will Bring on Govt Downfall: National Coalition




US General Puts Troops on Security Alert After Karzai Remarks




Obama tries new tack with Israel, appealing to wary public




US spy agencies more pessimistic on Afghan war




Insight: Islamist inroads in Mali may undo French war on al Qaeda




The US granted exemptions to 10 European nations and Japan from Iran sanctions because those 11 nations have recently reduced their imports of Iranian oil. Iran is buying wheat from the US for the first time in three years. The Obama administration is planning to give US intelligence agencies greater access to the financial data of American citizens and others who do banking in the US.