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Al-Qaeda's world: A fascinating map of the group's shifting global network




Al Qaeda in Iraq suicide bomber attacks Awakening in Taji

Nineteen anti-al Qaeda Awakening fighters and three Iraqi soldiers were killed in the suicide attack, which is the second of its kind in Iraq in two days.


Although splintered, al-Qaeda still poses threat to US interests




Militants' Goal in Algeria Gas Plant Siege: Giant Fireball




Al Qaeda in Iraq launches suicide assault in Kirkuk

The tactic of the suicide assault is being employed with increasing frequency by al Qaeda and its affiliates and allies in all of the major theaters of the Long War.


Timbuktu Training Site Shows Terrorists' Reach




Although splintered, al Qaeda finds new life in unstable areas




Al Qaeda silent on French hostages in Mali




Algeria Sowed Seeds of Hostage Crisis as It Nurtured Warlord




Dispatch: Inside Timbuktu, the city freed from its al-Qaeda tormentors




Pakistani military calls HRW report 'a pack of lies,' and 'fabricated'




Taliban suicide assault team hits Pakistani military camp

Thirteen Pakistani military personnel, 11 civilians, and 12 Taliban fighters are reported to have been killed. The Taliban said the attack was carried out to avenge the deaths of two senior commanders killed in recent US drone strikes.


On the Ansar al Sharia Facebook pages




Ansar al Sharia Egypt calls on Muslims to resist France in Mali

Ansar-al-Sharia-Egypt-Eiffel-Tower-attack.jpgAnsar al Sharia Egypt, an al Qaeda-linked group, has called on Muslims to resist France's intervention in Mali. In an entry on its Facebook page, the group posted an image of the Eiffel Tower being attacked and asked, "Is France unaware of who it is fighting?"


Suicide bomber kills 22 in attack near Pakistani mosques




WaPo: Al Qaeda affiliate 'directing the fight' in Mali




Sidelined Pakistani Taliban commander back in good graces

The reconciliation between Faqir Mohammed and Abu Bakr, the new emir in Bajaur, shows that the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan is far from defeated and disorganized, as the Pakistani government has claimed. The Taliban's leaders were able to convene the shura, send a delegation to Bajaur to mediate the dispute, and organize the reconciliation of the factions in the tribal agency.


Jyllands-Posten journalists honoured for reporting on former PET agent




Algerian gas hostage crisis: Wired to a suicide bomber




Clinton: Benghazi was my greatest regret as secretary of state


 
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