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Pakistani military says 'ground operation' in North Waziristan has begun

White House fears al Qaeda offshoot may be planning bomb plot on airliner flying to America

Obama voices concerns of threat to US posed by European jihadists

ISIS announces formation of Caliphate, rebrands as 'Islamic State'

Abu Qatada acquitted of conspiracy in Jordan

Saudi king, in Ramadan message, vows to crush terrorists

Pakistani military kills local Taliban leader, captures al Qaeda bomb expert

The military said the Taliban commander is known as "Commander Umer" but did not name the al Qaeda explosives expert.

Jihadist returnees stir concern in the Maghreb

Syrian Qaeda wing pledges loyalty to ISIS in border town

LeT designation notes group's recent attack in western Afghanistan

US adds 2 Lashkar-e-Taiba leaders, several aliases to terrorism list

The Pakistan-based terror group continues to use aliases in an attempt to hide its operations in South Asia. The US also said LeT conducted a suicide assault in Afghanistan as recently as May 2014.

AQAP eulogizes slain emir of Islamic Caucasus Emirate

The man who broke the Middle East

Ansar al Islam releases propaganda photos showing operations in Iraq

Ansar al Islam, a jihadist group founded in September 2001, has released a set of propaganda photos showing its claimed operations in Iraq. The photos purport to show the organization's control over a highway between Tikrit and Kirkuk, captured spoils, and its willingness to grant amnesty to members of Iraq's security forces.

Pakistani military claims 257 'terrorists,' no civilians killed in North Waziristan offensive

The Pakistani military claims it has conducted extensive airstrikes without killing a single civilian.

Libya suspect Abu Khattala, suspected in killing Americans, was shadowy figure among militants

Morten Storm's new book describes double life as jihadist/spy

Saudi Arabia's New Antiterror Legislation: Duplicitous Legalism

Al Qaeda suspect planned to kill returning US troops in upstate NY

Mufid A. Elfgeeh is said to have been inspired by French-Algerian jihadist Mohamed Merah, who was trained in Pakistan by an al Qaeda leader.

US drones strike in North Waziristan, kill 6 'militants'

The strike is the second in the village of Darga Mandi in the past week, and just the third in Pakistan this year.