Both groups have been trying to raise their profile in Bangladesh by taking advantage of growing Islamist militancy there. They have co-opted or affiliated with home-grown jihadist groups. Al Qaeda has formed a branch -- al Qaeda in the Indian ... CNN, 2 weeks ago
Analysis: ISIS' growing pains - CNN, 2 weeks ago
Over the weekend ISIS dispelled any doubts that it was behind the terror attack in Dhaka, Bangladesh. In doing so, the group provided another example of its growing footprint in Asia -- and opened up another theater in its contest with al Qaeda. ...Dhaka Tribune, 2 weeks ago
The Maharashtra government on Thursday moved the Supreme Court (SC), seeking death penalty for Mirza Himayat Inayat Baig (32), the lone convict in the German Bakery blast in Pune, which had claimed 17 lives on February 13, 2010. The appeal filed ...Yahoo! India, 3 weeks ago
Abstract: Despite government denials, Bangladesh has increasingly become fertile ground for al-Qa`ida and the Islamic State. Both groups have taken advantage of an upsurge in Islamist militancy in the country over anger at the execution of Islamist ...Combating Terrorism Center, 1 month ago
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