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Kashmiri killing: Worrying times for Pakistan militants

Al-Qaida commander's death increasingly certain

Was al Qaeda's leader of Pakistan killed in the South Waziristan Predator strike?

Yemen's Ali Abdullah Saleh flies to Saudi Arabia, transferring power to deputy

Officials probe apparent death of Pakistani militant

As Iraqi militants flee, families are targets of blood reckoning

In Kabul, Gates urges patience with Afghan war

Taliban: 'Mujahida sister' executed Kunar suicide attack

American drones thought to have killed al-Qaeda's chief military commander

MI6 attacks al-Qaeda in 'Operation Cupcake'

Top al Qaeda leader Ilyas Kashmiri reported killed in US Predator strike

A Harakat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami spokesman said that Kashmiri, one of al Qaeda's top military commanders, was killed in yesterday's attack in Wana. His death is a major blow to the terror group.

Drone attacks split US officials

Al Qaeda released a propaganda videotape that included statements from Ayman al Zawahiri, Abu Yahya al Libi, Attiya Allah, and Adam Gadahn. The al Qaeda leaders called for Muslim worldwide to wage jihad in their home countries.

Yemen's chaos is good news for Al Qaeda

US Predators kill 5 'militants' in South Waziristan strike

The attack took place in Wana, an area controlled by Taliban and al Qaeda commander Mullah Nazir. Ilyas Kashmiri was among those killed.

German jihadi killed in Afghanistan, claims Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan spokesman

IMU-Afghan-Lightning-SITE.jpegMiqdad, a German citizen who is also known as "Abdullah the Essen," was killed while fighting US forces in Baghlan in April 2011. He wanted "to kill Germans."

US likens LeT to al-Qaida in "strength and organization"

Afghan suicide bomber 'spent six years in London'

Shabaab claims American carried out suicide attack

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