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Afghans seek policewoman's motive for killing US contractor




Potential Pentagon nominee brings all sides out swinging




Senior Syrian official in US and co-operating with intelligence agencies




'Swedes did not commit crime against America'




Terrorism charges were filed against Mohamed Yusuf, 29; Ali Yasin Ahmed, 27; and Mahdi Hashi, 23, in a New York federal court for training and serving with Shabaab starting in 2008. Yusuf and Ahmed are Swedish citizens. The three men were arrested in August while trying to travel from Africa to Yemen.




Alabama terror case could hinge on relationships




Pakistan's army chief makes Afghan peace "top priority"




FBI question Benghazi consulate attack suspect




Presence of Foreigners After 2014 Benefits Afghanistan: Karzai




Al-Qaeda seeks foothold in Libya




President Obama nominated Senator John Kerry to replace Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State; the nomination must be confirmed by the Senate. The US refused Pakistan's demand for compensation for breaches of its airspace by US military aircraft.




Attack on Police Complex in Benghazi Kills Four




Afghan Factions Hold Informal Talks Near Paris




'Zero Dark Thirty' waterboarding depictions not accurate, senators say




UN warns of foreign influx into sectarian Syria war




Al Qaeda grows powerful in Syria as endgame nears




Three State Department officials resigned after a damning report on the the Benghazi consulate attack. Raees Alam Qazi and Sheheryar Alam Qazi, brothers from Fort Lauderdale, are to be detained until their trial on charges of plotting an al Qaeda-inspired attack in New York City. The new judge in the Ft. Hood shooting case allowed the suspect to wear a beard.




Come plague, storm or bomb, most US states unprepared: report




Benghazi review finds systematic security faults




Pakistan will be reimbursed $688 million for maintaining troops for six months along the Afghan border. The Pentagon said Pakistan's failure to crack down on militant safe havens and inderdict the flow of IED materials undermines the security of US, Coalition, and Afghan forces. AFRICOM created a quick reaction force.