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Bolivia's triborder zone a haven for terror funding

Holbrooke: Afghan peace outreach to gain steam

Al-Qaeda aims to cash in on Kashmir

Shabaab claims credit for dual suicide attacks in Uganda

Rage.jpgThe al Qaeda affiliate has carried out its first terror attack outside the borders of Somalia. The Somali suicide bombers attacked soccer fans as they watched the World Cup final in Kampala.

Germany agrees to accept two Gitmo detainees

Ohmed-Ahmed-Mahamoud-Al-Shurfa.jpgLast week, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière said that his country has agreed to accept two Gitmo detainees. One of the two was recruited by Hamas, trained in an al Qaeda camp, and allegedly wanted to conduct a suicide operation. The other allegedly traveled to Afghanistan to wage jihad after the September 11 attacks.

US should better define, counter Islamic extremism

Karzai to push for removing up to 50 ex-Taliban officials from UN blacklist

US training of Pakistani forces faces hurdles

Shabaab suspected of carrying out bombings in Uganda

Al Qaida magazine urges killing of those who defame Mohammed

Al Qaeda claims south Yemen security HQ attack

US military begins to link Afghan Taliban to Pakistani terror groups

In a shift from the past, the US military is beginning to identify Pakistan-based terrorists, including the Lashkar-e-Taiba and Chechen and Arab fighters, as being directly associated with the Afghan Taliban.

Counting al Qaeda

Pakistani military, Taliban clash in South Waziristan

Six Pakistani soldiers were killed in Taliban attacks on security posts in the Mehsud tribal areas. The military said 38 Taliban fighters were killed in counterstrikes. Just 10 days ago, the military claimed that South Waziristan was cleared of the Taliban.

Iraq withdrawal: A US unit prepares Mosul police for self-rule

Under threat of violence, Somalians play soccer -- or watch -- at their peril

Chinese separatists tied to Norway bomb plot

Six detainees would rather stay at Guantanamo Bay than be returned to Algeria

Three years on, Red Mosque legacy bites

Somalia, at war, rummages for cash