Two explosions that targeted religious and political leaders in Kaduna, Nigeria have killed at least 82 people.
Suspected Boko Haram militants shot and killed a local emir in an attack on a funeral convoy in northern Nigeria.
In an interview, a Boko Haram member threatened that the group will conduct more kidnapping operations similar to its attack in Chibok where the group abducted over 300 schoolgirls.
From ‘Fallujah Awakens’: a chlorine truck bomb deployed by insurgents against the village of Albu Aifan on March 16, 2007.
The story of the tribal “Awakening” and counterinsurgency campaign in the famous battleground.
US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta tells tall tales about the Taliban’s dying “last gasp.”
A monthly cartoon that tackles the issues of the war. This month’s topic: NATO’s supply lines from Pakistan to Afghanistan.
Abu Yahya al Libi and other al Qaeda leaders “were actually a moderating force” and killing them leads to the promotion of leaders “less likely to be amenable to restraining their actions,” a CT analyst would have you believe.