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Iraq attacks kill 37 after Al-Qaeda warning


Violence in Baghdad and north of the capital killed at least 37 people on Monday, the country's bloodiest day in three weeks after Al-Qaeda's front group in Iraq warned it sought to retake territory.

Bin Laden was wrong to believe al Qaeda didn't rely on technology

The way the U.S. military killed Osama bin Laden sent a message every bit as powerful as the fact that he was killed in the first place, author of a new history of suicide bombing said.

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Al Qaeda suicide bomber attacks Yemen police academy


A suicide bomber killed at least 10 people outside a police academy in the Yemeni capital Sanaa on Wednesday, dramatically exposing the government's vulnerability to al Qaeda-linked insurgents despite a U.S.-backed offensive against them.

Pakistan says Mumbai attackers were helped by 40 Indians


Days after terror suspect Zabiuddin Ansari's revelations about the Mumbai attacks being controlled and facilitated from Karachi, Pakistani authorities have claimed 40 Indian nationals were involved in

LeT didn’t want to take chances: Jundal

The LeT operative, Abu Jundal, told a joint multi-agency team during sustained questioning that since Lashkar did not want to leave anything to chance for the Mumbai terror attack, it decided to rope

Mali Islamists destroy Timbuktu shrines


Islamist militants, swinging pick-axes and shouting God's praise, destroyed ancient tombs of Muslim saints in Mali's fabled city of Timbuktu on Saturday, sparking international condemnation.

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At least 35 killed in Mali clashes: Doctor


At least 35 people died in clashes this week between Islamists and Tuareg rebels in the north Mali town of Gao, according to a new toll released on Saturday by a medical source.

'There were at least

Al-Qaeda planning terror attack on US airline: Report


Al-Qaeda affiliate in Yemen, Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), is planning to launch an attack on an American airliner, a British paper, citing intelligence sources, has claimed.

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26/11 terrorists were trained by hardcore Al Qaeda militants, reveals Jundal


In what might explain the increased American interest in arrested terrorist Abu Jundal, he made the startling disclosure to interrogators recently that the 26/11 terrorists were trained by hardcore Al

Suspected Al-Qaeda associate arrested in New York

A man suspected of association with Al-Qaeda has been arrested here and charged with providing material support to the terror network and possessing and using firearms to promote violence.

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