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Abu Musab al-Suri, the New Mastermind of Jihad

On the 'merchant of death'

China Says Wanted Militants Use Nearby Countries to Stage Attacks

Hafiz Saeed involved in 'de-radicalization and rehabilitation' of jihadis, says Pakistani CT official

Egyptian Islamists pin their hopes on Islamic law

An apparent cyberattack took down several of al Qaeda's websites between March 23 and April 2. Announcing it was back online, Shamukh al-Islam, a main al Qaeda website, claimed the attack was the work of the "enemies of Allah" and said that instead of one network, al Qaeda has "tens of networks."

British couple in dramatic Timbuktu escape

Indonesia: Bali bombing witnesses in court describe pain

Report: Osama bin Laden helped plan Mumbai attacks

hafiz-saeed-2.jpgDocuments recovered in Osama bin Laden's Pakistani safe house reportedly show that the al Qaeda master had a hand in the 2008 Mumbai attacks.

Global Jihad Sustained Through Africa

American intelligence agencies spooked by Britain's open courts

Kenyan military official falsely claims Shabaab spokesman fled Somalia

A look at bomb attacks attributed to Somalia's most powerful al-Qaida-linked militant group

Al-Qaeda's online forums go dark for extended period

Mumbai attack 'mastermind' Hafiz Saeed linked to Osama bin Laden

Shabaab claims bombing at Mogadishu theater

Two top sports official were among 10 people killed. Somalia's defense minister claimed the attack was carried out by a female suicide bomber, but Shabaab denied the claim.

Suicide bomber kills 12, including 3 ISAF troops, in Afghan northwest

The attack took place in the same province where the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan's top leader in Afghanistan was killed just over a week ago.

Yemeni aircraft kill 43 AQAP fighters

Islamists, Al-Qaeda gain ground in troubled Mali

Anti-Americanism in Pakistan snarls US war efforts