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200 more Indians return from Iraq

The total number of Indians who have returned from the war-torn country crosses 2,500.


Indian-American pleads guilty in Al-Qaeda sting operation

He will be sentenced on October 24 and faces up to 15 years in prison.


‘CIA plotted to make demon Osama toy to counter influence’

The face of the figure was painted with a heat-dissolving material, designed to peel off and show a red-faced bin Laden.


US plans to hold direct talks with Iran on Iraq: Reports

The Wall Street Journal reported that the direct US-Iran talks is expected to begin next week.


8 killed as gunmen attack a bus in Yemen

Militants open fire on the bus, killing women and wounding dozen others, officials suspect Al-Queda’s local affiliate.

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Taking aim at Baghdad

It must reach out to Kurdish forces and prioritise protection of its core interests.


Militants move closer to Baghdad, seize four cities in Iraq: Reports

Islamic militants seized key cities in the country’s Sunni heartland.

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Ending war in Iraq, Afghanistan and destroying Al Qaeda, significant achievements: US

The White House termed ending wars and destroying Al Qaeda as major achievements of Obama Administration.


Africa leaders declare ‘total war’ on Nigeria’s Boko Haram

Western nations will provide technical expertise and training to the new regional African effort against the extreme Islamists.


‘Qaeda’ kills aide to Yemen defence minister, 4 soldiers

The attacks sparked clashes between troops and jihadists in which eight soldiers were wounded, said an officer.


Americans in Yemen shooting were getting haircuts

One of the two officers at the U.S. Embassy in Yemen who shot and killed a pair of suspected al-Qaida gunmen was getting a haircut.

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Yemen defence minister escapes Qaeda ambush: Military

The attack came hours after a night time operation in the capital, in which security forces killed an Al-Qaeda commander.


Syria rivalry sharply splits jihadist ranks

Online, the clash among jihadists has seen criticism of Zawahiri from around the Islamic world, though others have defended the Al-Qaeda chief.


Osama Bin Laden’s son-in-law convicted at NYC terror trial

Kuwaiti imam Sulaiman Abu Ghaith is the highest-ranking al-Qaida figure to face trial on US soil since the 9/11 attacks.


‘Bin Laden worried, apprehensive after 9/11 attack’

Osama’s son-in-law testifies during own trial, details meeting al-Qaeda leader in cave.