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Video reportedly shows key suspect from Benghazi attack

Muhammad-Jamal-al-Kashef.jpgAn Egyptian media organization has posted a video purportedly showing Muhammad Jamal al Kashef, who is one of the main suspects in the Sept. 11 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya. Jamal has longstanding ties to Ayman al Zawahiri and his younger brother, Mohammed al Zawahiri.

Al Nusrah Front fighters in training

EU considers sending 200 troops to train Mali army

No Sign Pakistan is Combating Insurgency: Afghan Interior Minister

Al Qaeda leader Rashid Rauf killed in drone strike, family says

Rauf's family is planning on suing the British government for providing information to the US that aided in targeting him.

Al Nusrah Front denies responsibility for deadly car bombing in Damascus

Syrian jihadist spillover haunts Jordan

Zawahiri notes death of Blind Sheikh's son 'on the pure soil of Khorasan'

Influx of Iraqi Shiites to Syria Widens War's Scope

Al Qaeda's Zawahri calls for kidnap of Westerners

Finally, a plan to prise Mali from al-Qaeda's grip

Indicted Imam to receive new prosthetics in US jail

British 'terror gang planned to buy five AK47 guns'

Al-Qaida group urges jihad after Gaza leaders is part of jihad against Jews, threaten large-scale retaliation

Al Qaeda-linked jihadists helped incite 9/11 Cairo protest

As-Sahab-video-Mohammed Zawahiri-Shahtu-Ashoush.jpgA video released by Al Faroq media earlier this month shows four al Qaeda-linked jihadists inciting the US embassy protest in Cairo on Sept. 11. One of them is Rifai Ahmed Taha Musa, a Gamaa Islamiyya leader whose ties to senior al Qaeda leaders date to the 1990s.

Sudan: a front for Israel's proxy war on Sinai jihadis?

Special Report: In the land of gangster-jihadists

IMU video shows attack in Pakistan's 'Tribal Areas'

Editing bolsters Obama's role in SEALs film

Foreign fighters worry - and boost - Syrian rebels