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US has 'eliminated most of the threat' in Pakistan, SecState Kerry claims




Guardian account of NSA program XKeyScore misleading, officials say




The State Department said it would close a number of US embassies and consulates in the Middle East on Sunday, Aug. 4 as a precautionary measure due to an al Qaeda threat. In the first Secretary of State visit to Pakistan since 2011, John Kerry and Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif agreed to resume partnership talks that had been suspended for two years. Kerry said that President Obama has a timeline to end drone strikes in Pakistan and "we hope it's going to be very, very soon." Afghanistan decided not to impose fines on outgoing Coalition cargo after the US Senate passed a measure that would have cut aid to Afghanistan $5 for every $1 of fines. The White House said said it is "extremely disappointed" that Russia has given temporary asylum to NSA leaker Edward Snowden. A sweeping House of Representatives vote yesterday approved tough new sanctions on Iran; Senate approval is expected soon.




Dozens of CIA operatives on the ground during Benghazi attack




White House backpedals on Kerry's pledge to end drone strikes in Pakistan




Afghanistan-ISAF reach agreement to waive customs fines, penalties




US officials claim Israeli strike in Latakia missed some Yakhont missiles




Afghanistan, U.S. near agreement on post-2014 force




Turkey's $50 billion jet programme raises questions -




Gen. Dunford, head of US forces in Afghanistan, said some US troops should stay in Afghanistan after combat forces leave at the end of 2014. The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction accused the US military of failing to act on his agency's recommendations to ensure that US aid money did not fall into the hands of insurgents, including al Qaeda, the Taliban, and the Haqqani Network. Pfc. Bradley Manning, defendant in the WikiLeaks case, was acquitted of the charge of aiding the enemy but was convicted on over 20 other charges, including violating the Espionage Act.




US Funds Afghan College Where Islamist Activists Dominate Campus




US auditor finds taxpayer money flowing to Taliban, Al Qaeda - but Army refuses to act




Israel, Palestinians eye peace deal in 9 months




In Afghanistan, troop drawdown hems in US diplomats who oversee development




50 Shades of Grey preferred reading in Guantanamo Bay




Cyber Jihadists Wage Infowar Against State Dept. Twitter Accounts




White House backed release of Lockerbie bomber Abdel Baset al-Megrahi




Are American weapons being used by jihadists in the Sinai?




White House's Egypt Debate Heralds Shift




US Pushes for Global Eye on South Sudan Conflict