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17:16US airstrike kills more than 100 'core' al Qaida militants in Syria
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17:16US airstrike kills more than 100 'core' al Qaida militant...

It marked the second major US counter-terrorism strike in the final hours of Barack Obama's presidency, Pentagon spokesman Navy Capt Jeff Davis said the camp in Idlib province had been active since at least 2013. "The removal of this training ... Kerryman, 3 days ago
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Al Qaida is coming back, stronger than before

Special to WorldTribune.com By Jonathan Alexander , GIS/Defense & Foreign Affairs The Great Intra-Muslim War — which began with the split within the jihadist movement after the death of Osama bin Laden — seems set to resume its intensity.
 World Tribune3 weeks ago

AFGHANISTAN: A Lot Of Noise But Not Much Change

: The Taliban was very active in 2016 as their drug gang patrons demanded greater efforts to protect core areas used to produce and export the opium and heroin that pays for all this mayhem. While there was a lot more Taliban violence (and drug gang ...
 Strategy Page1 month ago

Obama Appeals for Counterterrorism Policy That Adheres to Core US Values

WHITE HOUSE — In his final national security speech, President Barack Obama thanked U.S. troops for keeping America safe and, without mentioning his name, rejected President-elect Donald Trump's call for a ban on Muslims and his support ...
 VOA News1 month ago
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The Investigative Project on Terrorism

Child Jihadist Calls on Malala to Renounce Western Education

In an audio message allegedly posted by al-Qaida in Pakistan, a young girl jihadist calls on Malala Yousafzai to renounce Western education and adopt the path of Allah as laid out in the Muslim holy book Quran and the Sunnah (teachings of the ...
 Family Security Matters1 month ago
MSN News US

Donald Trump's presidency and its implications for India

India, like other major powers, will have to carefully monitor how the Obama legacy morphs into the Trump inheritance and the degree of continuity in past policies The assumption of office by US president-elect Donald Trump on Friday and his ...
 Livemint.com4 days ago Trump's presidency and its implications for India  MSN News US4 days ago
Times of India

Relationship with Pakistan extraordinarily complicated: US

WASHINGTON: Describing the US' relationship with Pakistan as extraordinarily complicated, the outgoing Obama administration has hoped that President-elect Donald Trump would deepen counter-terrorism cooperation with the country to make America a ...
 Times of India6 days ago WH: Relations with Pakistan extraordinarily complicated  Pakistan Observer5 days ago

Al-Qaeda Threat in Af-Pak Region Persists: White House

WASHINGTON - Even as the strength of Taliban and Al Qaeda has been diminished to a large extent, the situation in Afghanistan continues to be of concern, the outgoing Obama administration said on Tuesday. The situation in Afghanistan continues to ...
 Daily Outlook5 days ago
Foreign Policy Research Institute

Trump's conflict with spies is more than a dangerous moment

This originally appeared on ProPublica . The conflict between President-elect Donald Trump and the U.S. intelligence community could have profound repercussions. We spoke recently about the issue to Matthew Olsen, who spent two decades ...
 Salon6 days ago Trump's generals, hardened by war, see militant Islam, Iran as dire dangers  Stars and Stripes1 month ago 8 Foreign Policy Questions Trump Needs to Ask  Foreign Policy Research Institute1 month ago Trump Picks General John Kelly Secretary of Homeland Security: Here's What You Need to Know  Before It's News1 month ago
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Business Insider

Why Democrats and Republicans hate each other more than they hate the Russians

Kevin Lamarque/Reuters In 1947, at the dawn of the Cold War, Michigan Sen. Arthur Vandenberg, a Republican, justified his firm support for the foreign policy priorities of Democratic President Harry Truman by insisting that we must stop partisan ...
 Business Insider1 week ago
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