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NCTC director: 'We remain at war with al Qaeda'

During testimony before the House Committee on Homeland Security on July 25, National Counterterrorism Center director Matthew Olsen provided his organization's view of the ongoing fight against al Qaeda and its affiliates.

Two Journalists Freed by Islamic Fighters in Syria After Weeklong Ordeal

Webster Commission gets 2004 Madrid train bombings wrong

Secret Turkish nerve center leads aid to Syria rebels

ISAF targets al Qaeda-linked leader in southeastern Afghanistan

Special operations forces conducted an airstrike against an "al Qaeda-associated insurgent leader" in the Gelan district in Ghazni province.

Is this al Qaeda's 'last chance' for a country?

In Pakistan, stalled military operation means refugees can't go home

Canada - MacKay's wife slams newspaper for 'distorted' Khadr comments

Al Qaeda in Iraq threatens attacks in US

Revealed: Dr Afridi sought asylum in US, says investigators

Pakistan - Non-starter: Panel to oversee peace talks with Taliban dismantled

Malian refugee: They slit open a man's stomach

Pakistan: Let us hit drone targets

Al Qaeda Insinuating Its Way Into Syria's Conflict

Drone operations over Somalia pose danger to air traffic, UN report says

Special operations forces target al Qaeda-linked leader in Nuristan

Kanjar, an insurgent leader affiliated with both the Taliban and al Qaeda, was killed during a raid in the Waygal district.

Al Qaeda in Iraq claims nationwide attacks that killed more than 100 Iraqis

The Islamic State of Iraq said the offensive was launched "in application of the directives of Sheikh Mujahid Abu Bakr al Baghdadi," the terror group's emir.

ISAF kills IMU leader in Afghan north

Special operations forces killed Khadim, an Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan leader and explosives expert who recruited and trained fighters for suicide attacks, during yesterday's raid in Kunduz.

In Syria conflict, US struggles to fill intelligence gaps

Tony Blair: 'The West is asleep on the issue of Islamist extremism'