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Still more questions about the proposed US military intervention in Syria




Insight: As Obama blinks on Syria, Israel, Saudis make common cause




Ansarul Muhajideen kills 9 Pakistanis in IED attack in North Waziristan

The terror group's spokesman claimed the attack was carried out to avenge yesterday's US drone strike that is said to have killed four members of the Turkistan Islamic Party.


Shabaab deploys 'new batch of Mujahideen fighters'




Africa, Europe partner against al-Qaeda




US drones kill 4 Turkistan Islamic Party fighters in Pakistan strike

The strike in Pakistan is the first reported in the country in more than a month. The Turkistan Islamic Party fighters were allied with Hafiz Gul Bahadar, who is considered by the Pakistani government to be a "good Taliban."


Prison escapee evolves into Qaeda-backed jailbreak artist




US kills local AQAP commander in drone strike in central Yemen

Kaid-al-Dhabab.jpgKaid al Dhahab, al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula's emir in in the central province of Baydah, is said to have been killed in the first US drone strike in Yemen in nearly three weeks.


'Black budget' summary details US spy network's successes, failures and objectives




To hunt Osama bin Laden, satellites watched over Abbottabad, Pakistan, and Navy SEALs




Taliban killed 15 Afghan policemen in ambush

Three major clashes between the Taliban and Afghan security forces have been reported on the Herat-Kandahar highway over the past two weeks.


Tunisian government: Ansar al Sharia is a terrorist organization

The Tunisian government has labeled Ansar al Sharia a terrorist organization. The group's leaders, including Seifallah ben Hassine, have longstanding ties to al Qaeda and terrorism. Ben Hassine has been identified as the "mastermind" of the Sept. 14, 2012 attack on the US Embassy in Tunis.


Taliban launch suicide assault on ISAF PRT in Ghazni

Members of the suicide assault team penetrated security at the Provincial Reconstruction Team in Ghazni. A Taliban suicide bomber also struck in the provincial capital of Helmand.


Jihadists concerned over potential US strikes in Syria




Al Qaeda, rebel groups vow to avenge chemical attack in Syria

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant announced that it would coordinate with other Syrian rebel groups, including the Free Syrian Army, to take revenge for a chemical weapons attack last week in the capital that is said to have killed more than 300 people.


Taliban suicide assault team attacks Afghan Army base in Kapisa

The attack takes place just days after the governor of Kapisa said that the Taliban, HIG, and the Haqqani Network are in control of large areas of the province.


Did the TTP 'expel' Asmatullah Muawiya?




ISAF confirms airstrike in Kunar




Al Qaeda isn't dead yet, FBI director says




Ansar al Sharia in Libya criticizes Muslim Brotherhood


 
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