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Wave of Iraq attacks kills at least 15


Militants struck with nine car bombs and a shooting in six different Iraqi cities and towns on Sunday, killing at least 15 people and wounding 42, officials said.

With the latest violence, at least 2

Osama bin laden was blind in one eye: Zawahiri


Slain al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was blind in one eye since an accident during his youth and was a one-time member of the Muslim Brotherhood, his successor has claimed in a new video tribute to th

Pakistan minister offers bounty for anti-Islam filmmaker


A Pakistani government minister Saturday offered a $100,000 reward for the death of the maker of the anti-Islam film produced in the US that sparked violent protests across the Muslim world.


Qaeda calls for fresh attacks, US pulls some embassy staff


Al-Qaeda called for fresh attacks against US targets in the Arab world and the West, as Washington said it was pulling non-essential embassy staff out of Sudan and Tunisia.

Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Pe

Al Qaeda in Yemen urges Muslims to kill U.S. diplomats over film


The Yemen-based branch of al-Qaeda urged Muslims to step up protests and kill more U.S. diplomats in Muslim countries after a U.S.-made film mocking the Prophet Mohammad which it said was another chap

'Big advance' in US consulate attack probe: Libya PM


A ‘big advance’ has been made in the probe into the deadly attack on the US consulate in Libya's second city Benghazi that killed four Americans in Libya, including the U.S. ambassador, Prime Minister

Al-Qaeda claims latest deadly Iraq attacks

Al-Qaeda front organisation the Islamic State of Iraq posted a claim on the Internet Monday for a wave of more than 30 attacks around the country that killed more than 88 people.

The bombings and sho

SEALS were told to catch Osama alive, if possible: Ex-commando


The raid on Osama bin Laden's hideout in Pakistan was 'not a kill-only' mission as commandos were told to capture the dreaded al-Qaeda chief alive if possible, a former Navy SEAL has claimed.


Many killed in Yemen suicide bombing


A suicide bombing in a south Yemen town recently recaptured by the army from Al-Qaeda forces killed 42 people and wounded 37, hospital and local government sources said on Sunday.

The bomber struck o

Spanish police arrest three Al-Qaeda suspects


Spanish police arrested three suspected members of Al-Qaeda who had enough explosives to blow up a bus and were thought to be planning an attack in Spain or elsewhere in Europe, the government said on

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