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Syrian forces recapture ancient city of Palmyra from IS

The city known to Syrians as the ‘Bride of the Desert” is famous for its 2,000-year-old ruins that once drew tens of thousands of visitors each year before IS destroyed many of the monuments.

al qaida, Al-Qaeda of Indian Subcontinent, (AQIS), terrorists, delhi police, ISIS

UP man held in Dec for ‘links’ to al-Qaeda had got police clean chit in court in 2009

When contacted, DCP (Special Cell) Pramod Kushwaha, who is supervising the investigation related to Masood, said: “I will not comment on the matter as the case is still under investigation.”

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‘Police have identified more AQIS modules’

In 2001, these Pakistani nationals were killed in an encounter, following which Rehman went underground.

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Swiss authorities open proceedings against two Syrians

The attorney general said in a statement the two people, who were not further identified, were arrested Friday in the Geneva area.

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Islamic State group bigger threat than al-Qaida: FBI Chief

James Comey’s remarks signal a deepening concern about the impact of the Islamic State’s effort to inspire terrorist violence.

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United Nations: Internet companies should respond to extremist exploitation

A UN panel is calling for Internet and social media companies to respond to the exploitation of their services by al-Qaida and other extremist groups who use the web to recruit fighters and spout “increasingly horrific propaganda.” The panel recommended in a report circulated Wednesday that these companies brief the Security Council committee monitoring sanctions […]

Al-Qaida captures major airport, oil terminal in south Yemen

Al-Qaida fighters clashed Thursday with members of one of Yemen’s largest infantry brigades outside Mukalla.

Shiite rebels call for Yemen offensive; US troops evacuate

The turmoil comes as Yemen battles al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, the target of the drone program.

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UN adopts resolution to crack down on terrorist financing

The UNSC has adopted a resolution aimed at cracking down on the financing of terrorist groups.

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Norway: Al-Qaida, Islamic State rivalry can mean more attacks

Since the 2001 attacks in the United States, al-Qaida has developed a number of affiliates, including IS.

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Al-Qaida militants seize Yemeni military base in south

Yemeni military officials say al-Qaida militants have seized control of an important army base in the south following clashes with soldiers.

US official: Bill would block effort to close Guantanamo

Sen. Tom Cotton expressed his opposition to closing the facility, saying the detainees could “rot in GITMO.”

US Senator: Taliban detainees have communicated with Haqqani

Taliban detainees who are being monitored in Qatar before their release in exchange of US Sergeant’s release have been reported to have Haqqani people for visitors.

Islamic militants celebrate Saudi king’s death online

Saudi King Abdullah, who died at the age of 90, began battling al-Qaida militants around a decade ago.

Rebels hold Yemen’s president ‘captive’ at his house

President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi “cannot leave his house” after Houthi rebels removed his guards.