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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.




Wary of Attack With Smallpox, U.S. Buys Up a Costly Drug




US criticises Denmark for letting former Guantanamo detainee "return to jihad"




Intelligence Official Warns Congress That Cyberattacks Pose Threat to U.S.




The director of national intelligence said the al Qaeda-linked Al Nusrah Front is establishing a foothold in Syria. The Obama administration wants China to acknowledge the problem of Chinese cyberattacks, crack down on Chinese hackers, and agree to help set up global cybercrime standards. The Pentagon said it is creating a number of "offensive" teams to counter the increasing threat of cyberattacks. The US expelled two Venezuelan envoys in retaliation for Venezuela's expulsion of two US Air Force Embassy attaches.




Erosion of Syrian power accelerating, top US intelligence official says




Pakistan - TTP may include Dr. Khan, Faheem in list of guarantors




Karzai statement highlights frayed US-Afghan relations




Karzai Says Taliban 'in Service to America'




Rise of Bosnian mayor with a head scarf challenging assumptions about Islam




Few Illusions as Afghan Exit Nears




Pakistan supply routes open, but move gear slowly into Afghanistan




US and Europe in 'major airlift of arms to Syrian rebels through Zagreb'




US Cancels Transfer of Bagram Prison to Afghans




Best man Afghan Taliban may replace top negotiator




Former al Qaeda spokesman Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, who was arrested in Jordan on Feb. 28, pled not guilty in a Manhattan district court to the charge of conspiring to kill Americans. According to the indictment, Ghaith had urged Afghans to swear allegiance to Osama bin Laden and agreed to assist him with the 9/11 attacks. Ghaith made a 22-page statement after his arrest.




Shortly after being released by Turkey, bin Laden spokesman Abu Ghaith was captured by the CIA as he passed from Jordan to Kuwait, and has been extradited to the US. A Pakistani US citizen in Portland, Ore., was indicted for supporting an al Qaeda suicide bomber. John Brennan was confirmed as CIA Director. The US said it could defend against a North Korean nuclear attack.




Why couldn't the US prosecute Musa Ali Daqduq?




Using Billboards to Stake Claim Over 'Jihad'