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Niger confronts Sahara smugglers




The Benghazi link to Tunisia's assassinations




What Putin Has to Say to Americans About Syria




AQIM, Shabaab recall and praise 9/11 attacks




Shabaab kills American jihadist Omar Hammami and British fighter

hammamiauto560.jpgShabaab's intelligence service, the Amniyatt Mukhabarat, appears to have finally tracked down and killed Hammami, who has been at odds with the group's emir for more than a year. Hammami recently renounced his ties to al Qaeda and Shabaab.


Officials: Dozens in U.S. Under Surveillance as Potential Terror Threats




September 11, 2001




Largest US Muslim group shuns controversial 9/11 march




Al Qaeda and the threat in Syria

Testimony to the House Committee on Homeland Security, on al Qaeda in Syria and the threat it poses to the US. Al Qaeda affiliates and allied jihadist groups dominate the insurgency in the heart of the Middle East.


Pakistan to free Taliban leader Mullah Baradar

Mullah Omar's former deputy, who was detained in Karachi in 2010, will be freed in Pakistan, not Afghanistan.


Intel clashes with Obama's election-year al Qaeda claims




ISAF, Afghan officials dispute outcome of Kunar airstrike




3 al Qaeda operatives reported killed in recent drone strike in Pakistan




Taliban confirm death of Badruddin Haqqani in drone strike last year

Badruddin.jpgThe Taliban, including Mullah Omar, eulogized Badruddin in a video released on their official website. Badruddin was thought to have been killed in a US drone strike in August 2012.


Taliban bombers hit Afghanistan Wardak intelligence HQ




Syria chemical weapons stir Maghreb fears




FBI, DHS: No specific threat to 9/11 anniversary




Who are the Syrian rebels?




Pakistan militants prepare for war in Afghanistan after foreign forces withdraw




US faces charge of becoming Qaida's 'airforce'


 
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