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Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula releases 12th issue of Inspire magazine

AQAP's latest edition of Inspire magazine purports to show jihadists how to make car bombs similar to the one used by Faisal Shahzad, who was responsible for the failed May 2010 bombing in Times Square.


Al Nusrah Front names training camps after top al Qaeda leaders

The Al Nusrah Front videos from the Abu Ghadiya and Ayman al Zawahiri camps are reminiscent of others released by al Qaeda from the network of training centers in Afghanistan during the 1990s.


Taliban Splinter Groups Add To Election Fears In Afghanistan




Pro-regime Sunni fighters in Aleppo defy sectarian narrative




Pakistani tribunal upholds conviction of doctor who tracked Osama




Malaysia Airline MH370: 9/11-style terror allegations resurface in case of lost plane




Review board rules against Guantanamo detainee

Earlier this month, a review board responsible for evaluating the status of Guantanamo detainees determined that a Yemeni held in Cuba since early 2002 should remain in custody. According to a leaked threat assessment, the detainee was slated to be a hijacker on 9/11 before al Qaeda canceled his part of the operation.


Saudis hardened by wars in Syria, Iraq join al Qaeda in Yemen




Al Nusrah Front, Free Syrian Army launch joint operation

Al Qaeda's branch in Syria teamed up with the the Liwa al Ummah to overrun Syrian Army positions in the city of Khan Sheikhun in Idlib province.


Interactions of Bin Laden and Son-in-Law Detailed in an FBI Document




'Absence of US presence post 2014 to boost Al Qaeda': top NATO commander




LWJ's prior warnings about 9/11 recruiter's release




Key suspect in January Cairo car bombing killed in shootout




9/11 recruiter reportedly freed in Syria

Mohammed Zammar, who recruited al Qaeda's Hamburg cell, has reportedly been freed inside Syria. His freedom was negotiated by Ahrar al Sham, an al Qaeda-linked group.


In Its Own War on Terror, Pakistan Piles Up Heavy Losses




Shoe-bomb plots disclosed at trial of bin Laden son-in-law




Al Qaeda-affiliated groups claim credit for joint attack on Hezbollah

The Abdullah Azzam Brigades and the Al Nusrah Front in Lebanon have claimed credit for joint rocket attacks on Hezbollah "strongholds" in Hermel, Lebanon. The attacks are part of the spillover from the war in Syria.


Spain on Islamist alert, decade after train bombings




Saudis, world community react to new Saudi terror law




Al Qaeda-linked group issues rare apology for "technical fault" in Beirut suicide bombing


 
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