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Libya's deadliest weapons not yet corralled




Al Qaeda cell targeted by Treasury Department tied to multiple terror groups

Two senior members of al Qaeda's al Ghuraba cell were designated by the Treasury Department earlier this month. The cell was first broken up in 2003, based on intelligence gleaned from detainees in the CIA's controversial enhanced interrogation program. Lashkar-e-Taiba reportedly provided training for the cell.


US Predators kill 4 'militants' in North Waziristan

predator-uav.jpgThe strike took place in the Mir Ali area, a known haven for a number of terrorist groups.


Osama bin Laden's wife and five children still imprisoned in Pakistan




Suicide bombers strike in southern Yemen

Twelve pro-government tribal fighters were killed in suicide attacks in Abyan province, where al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula remains entrenched.


Interview: US Special Envoy Marc Grossman On India-Pakistan Relations And Afghanistan's Future




US focuses 'more attention' on Islamic radicalism in RI




9/11: al-Qaeda didn't act alone




In Pakistan, top media group wields clout amid controversy




Turkish PM to Set Up Somali Embassy




Taliban suicide assault team strikes in Kabul




State Department: Iran the 'most active state sponsor of terrorism'

The US State Department released its annual Country Reports on Terrorism yesterday. The report mentions Iran's support of the Taliban and refusal to bring senior al Qaeda terrorists to justice.


US Predators strike in South Waziristan

Four "militants" were killed in an area that previously served as a haven for Uzbek, Chechen, and Arab fighters.


Pakistan amends tribal laws said to fuel militancy




Islamist Threat in Nigeria Grows With Qaeda Help




Another Yemeni city reportedly falls to AQAP




Operation Badr: tracking the Taliban summer offensive in Jawzjan province

The Taliban have expanded the insurgency in northern Afghanistan.


US State Department designates Mumtaz Dughmush as terrorist




Internet jihadist killed in Predator strike in Waziristan

Mounir-Chouka-Abu-Adam.jpgA fighter named Hafeed Salahuddin is said to have been killed in Waziristan with a small group of fighters. Also, Mounir Chouka, a German jihadist with the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, may have been "seriously wounded" in a Predator strike.


US Treasury designates 3 Jemaah Islamiyah operatives as terrorists


 
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