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Yemeni government official doubled as al Qaeda operative, leaked assessment shows

Abdul-al-Salam-al-Hilal.jpgAccording to a leaked Gitmo intelligence assessment, Abd al Salam al Hilah was both a member of Yemen's Political Security Organization and al Qaeda. He "probably" had foreknowledge of the Sept. 11 attacks, analysts concluded.

Dossier shows push for more terror attacks after 9/11

Saudi al Qaeda leader killed in Kunar airstrike

Abu-Hafs-al-Najdi.JPGAbu Hafs al Najdi, a Qaeda's operations chief in Kunar, was wanted by the Saudi government. ISAF said "more than 25 al Qaeda leaders and fighters" have been killed in Afghanistan over the past month.

The growing threat of militants in a corner of Central Asia

Gitmo docs link Pakistani, Iranian, and Yemeni intelligence agencies to al Qaeda

The Matrix of Threat Indicators for Enemy Combatants document, one of hundreds released by WikiLeaks, described the intelligence agencies of Pakistan, Iran, and Yemen as "associated forces" that support al Qaeda.

Libyan, once a detainee, is now a US ally of sorts

Judging detainees' risk, often with flawed evidence

WikiLeaks: Guantanamo Bay terrorist secrets revealed

Guantanamo documents name Pakistan ISI as al Qaeda associate

From the new Gitmo files: Al Qaeda and anthrax

WikiLeaks discloses new details on whereabouts of al-Qaeda leaders on 9/11

Classified files offer new insights into detainees

An Islamist's return: US hands over suspected German terrorist

Guantanamo Bay: Why Obama hasn't fulfilled his promise to close the facility

Special operations forces kill 3 Haqqani commanders in Khost

Yemen President Ali Abdullah Saleh defiant over exit

President of Yemen offers to resign for immunity

Suicide bomber kills tribal leader, Pakistani troops in northwest

The attack took place the same day General Kayani claimed the terrorists' "backbone has been broken" and one day after a large Taliban force killed 16 troops in Dir.

Pakistan army boss Kayani says militants' back broken

Jihadists use mobiles as propaganda tools