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Al-Qaeda trains Norwegian to attack

European security officials say a Norwegian man has received terrorist training from al-Qaeda's offshoot in Yemen and is awaiting orders to attack the West.

Western intelligence officials have long

Indonesia court to deliver verdict on Bali bombmaker


An Indonesia court is due to hand down its verdict on Thursday against Umar Patek, dubbed 'Demolition Man', for his role in the 2002 Bali bombings, bringing a 10-year probe into the nation's deadliest

French 'Al-Qaeda' man held in Pakistan: Official

A French militant linked to an Al-Qaeda leader who plotted attacks on the West has been arrested in Pakistan just months after his associate was held, a Pakistani official said.

The security official

Suicide bomber kills Yemen southern army commander: Medic


A suicide bomber killed on Monday a top Yemeni army general who was leading the fight against Al-Qaeda in the country's restive south, medical and military officials told agencies.

General Salem Ali

US expanding secret spy bases in Africa: Report


The US is expanding a secret network of air bases across Africa in order to spy on Al-Qaeda and other militant groups.

The surveillance is carried out by small, unmarked turboprop planes with hidden

Raids on Qaeda kill 30 in southeast Yemen: Commander

Two separate raids on al-Qaeda positions in Yemen's southeastern province of Shabwa killed at least 30 jihadists on Wednesday, the province's military commander said.

"Thirty terrorists were killed a

Al-Qaeda releases new Libi video, after his death


A new video featuring Al-Qaeda's number two Abu Yahya al-Libi, who the United States said was killed last week after a drone strike in Pakistan, was posted online on Tuesday, monitoring services said.

Obama, Clinton worth only chickens, camels: Qaeda group


A Somali Islamist militant group is offering rewards of chickens and camels for information on the whereabouts of President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, mocking the millions of

Qaeda websites suggest Libi alive, promise new video


Two websites linked to Al-Qaeda announced on Sunday that they will air a new video featuring the jihadist network's deputy leader Abu Yahya al-Libi, whom Washington claimed last week to have killed.

Al-Qaeda posts online ads offering training for suicide bombers to ‘slaughter enemies of Islam’


The Al-Qaeda affiliate in Yemen has reportedly posted online advertisements that offer to recruit and train potential suicide bombers to target the US, Israel and France.

The advertisements by Al-Qa

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