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Israel wary about possibility of U.S. arming Syrian rebels

Carjacking victim in bombing case speaks out

President Obama suggested that Boston Marathon bombing suspects Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev were "self-radicalized." The FBI is said to be seeking information on nearly a dozen persons of interest in the case. A senior Saudi Arabian official said his government warned the US and the UK about Tamerlan in 2012 and denied him entry to visit Mecca in December 2011. The Obama administration is considering sending lethal aid to the Syrian rebels.

Obama preparing to send lethal arms to Syrian opposition, officials say

Investigators in the Boston Marathon bombing case found female DNA on one of the bombs, and collected material from the home of the widow of Tamarlan Tsarnaev, one of the bombers. Russian officials said Tamarlan was in contact with two North Caucasus militants, Mansur Makhmud Nidal, a jihadist recruiter from Dagestan, and William Plotnikov, a Canadian Islamist in Dagestan.

US Grapples With Rift Among Mideast Allies

U.S. Analysis of Syria's Russian-Made Air Defenses

'Misha' Speaks: An Interview with the Alleged Boston Bomber's 'Svengali'

Two US Congressmen said there are "persons of interest" in the Boston Marathon bombing case who are in the United States. The parents of the two known suspects in the case, the Tsarnaev brothers, canceled plans to return to the US from southern Russia.

CIA Delivers Cash to Afghan Leader's Office

Syria's neighbors cautious about US-led intervention

Russian authorities this week turned over information about Boston Marathon bomber Tamarlan Tsarnaev and his mother Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, including the fact that mother and son discussed jihad in a telephone conversation in 2011, and that Zubeidat also spoke about jihad with a man in Russia who is under investigation by the FBI. Mother and son were added to the CIA's terrorism database in late 2011. Regarding the alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria, the US has said it seeks "strong evidence" before deciding on a response.

Possible Syria chemical arms 'embarrassing' for US

Reconstructing the trail of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's deleted Instagram account

Exclusive: The Awlaki/Tsarnaev Connection

Government doc shows how closely Boston Marathon bombers followed al Qaeda plans

Arab Bank Must Face Trial Over Terror Attacks, Judge Says

UK aircrew flew 2,000 US drone missions

Details emerge on suspects in Canadian terror plot

Canadian authorities attempted to deport Raed Jaser in 2004, and Chiheb Esseghaier is said to have visited Iran sometime in the past two years.

Surviving Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev told investigators that he and his older brother Tamarlan intended to drive to New York City and detonate additional explosives in Times Square after the Boston bombings. Tamarlan's phone number was linked to two other terrorism investigations.