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'Al Qaeda attacks' in Damascus kill dozens, says Syria's state media
December 23, 2011 08:28
Some military personnel were killed, but the majority of victims were civilians, according to state news agency SANA. Its report was accompanied by graphic photos of corpses and body parts.
Yemen: "Al Qaeda jailbreak" in city of Aden
December 12, 2011 07:50
Security forces have closed down all roads leading to Aden, and set up checkpoints on every main street in the area.
Al Qaeda says it has a US hostage
December 1, 2011 19:26
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It’s the first official claim of responsibility from any group for the abduction of Warren Weinstein, ABC News reported.
Timbuktu: 3 tourists kidnapped, 1 killed, witness says
November 25, 2011 17:15
Previous kidnappings of Westerners in Mali have occurred further into the desert, and are believed to be the work of Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM).
Drone Wars: The rationale
October 10, 2011 05:40
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The United States, having fully embraced the armed and unmanned aerial vehicles as its weapon of choice, is deploying them in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Yemen, Libya and Somalia.
Drone Wars: Pakistan tacitly allows drones to strike
October 10, 2011 05:49
ISLAMABAD — Pakistanis are frustrated by the presence of the CIA in their country, and are particularly angry with the agency’s use of drones, which have killed an untold number of civilians.
U.S. government fights to block release of bin Laden death photos
September 28, 2011 00:53
Pakistan: Taliban targets anti-terror police killing eight
September 19, 2011 04:44
Eight people including six policemen have been killed and several others were wounded.
Pakistan: Taliban attack on school bus kills four children
September 13, 2011 18:04
The boys, aged nine to 14, from Khyber School, were targeted in the Matani area close to Pakistan's tribal belt, which the United States considers the most dangerous region on earth.
Terror threat “ongoing,” U.S. officials say
September 13, 2011 17:22
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