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Core al-Qaida weakened, yet successors spread
Pakistan Observer

Nigeria president says Boko Haram devastating country's northeast

While the 13-year U.S. campaign against al-Qaida tamped down its core leadership, the terror group's followers, offshoots and wannabes have spread. A look at what happened: Twelve soldiers fighting an Islamic insurgency in northeast Nigeria have ... Stars and Stripes, 1 month ago
Could Islamic State reach Japan? Japan Today, 1 month ago
As core al-Qaida weakened, its successors spread Miami Herald, 2 months ago
Japan Times

Al-Qaida's Khorasan Group Led By Hard-Core Fighters

While the al-Qaida offshoot known as the Khorasan Group only burst into the public consciousness in the past week, the group has been on the radar for counterterrorism officials for a while, and Intelligence officials say they have tracked the ...
 NPR1 month ago U.S. official says Khorasan Group threat to U.S., Europe aviation  Japan Times1 month ago Khorasan Is Al-Qaida  The Patriot Post1 month ago Khorasan: US warns Syrian terror group may be bigger threat than IS  Voice of Russia2 months ago

Is 'Core al-Qaida' Decimated?

Oct. 6, 2014 Fox News' Bret Baier posed a question to DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson: As you know, the administration has been engaged for several weeks in this rather public debate about the status of core al-Qaida. And on September 23rd, Ben ...
 The Patriot Post1 month ago

Susan Rice: U.S. Decimated 'al-Qaida Core'

Right Hooks Sep. 25, 2014 [embedded content] NBC's Matt Lauer asked National Security Advisor Susan Rice what happened? The Obama administration said over and over al-Qaida was decimated. But now, were back in Iraq, bombing Syria and this ...
 The Patriot Post1 month ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Islamic State 'outbidding' al-Qaida in South Asia

The landscape of violent extremist Islamism is changing in Asia. Al-Qaida, once a growing and potent threat, particularly in Afghanistan and Pakistan, is now a shadow of its former self. In the late 1990s, al-Qaida co-ran Afghanistan with the ...
 Nikkei Asian Review2 days ago Islamic State fighters are threatening to overrun Iraq's Anbar province  Stars and Stripes1 month ago Al-Qaida endures even as US focuses on Islamic State  Stars and Stripes1 month ago As I see it: If the West denies what it's up against, it will lose  Jerusalem Post2 months ago

UN experts recommend new sanctions on terrorists

UNITED NATIONS: A U.N. panel of experts monitoring al-Qaida is recommending new sanctions that would authorize the seizure of tanker trucks carrying oil from areas in Syria and Iraq controlled by the Islamic State group or the Nusra Front. In a ...
 Himalayan Times4 days ago

Former Navy SEAL on bin Laden: 'I watched him take his last breaths'

In 15 years of dangerous missions — from midnight raids on al-Qaida safe houses in Iraq to battling Somali pirates from the deck of a heaving Navy ship on the high seas — there had never been one so shadowed by dread. As Robert James O'Neill ...
 Chicago Tribune2 weeks ago Ex-SEAL Robert ONeill reveals himself as shooter who killed Osama bin Laden  TicoTimes.net2 weeks ago
ACQ Magazine

ISIS Knows the Value of the Lone Wolf

Al-Qaida spent less than $1 million on its signature 9/11 attack, but Islamic State has found an even more cost-effective way to strike on American soil — inspiring psychotic sympathizers to commit "lone wolf" attacks that blur the line between ...
 NewsMax.com3 weeks ago Isis and al-Qaida are one and the same to Obama despite evidence of schism  ACQ Magazine1 month ago Khorasan Group Obamas new front against al-Qaida  Big News Network1 month ago Obama opens a new front against al-Qaida  Sify1 month ago

Bin Laden's killer goes public

The retired Navy SEAL who says he shot al-Qaida mastermind Osama bin Laden in the forehead has publicly identified himself amid a debate among the special operations community about breaking silence about their secret missions. Robert ONeill, 38, ...
 Breaking News.ie2 weeks ago Bin Laden's SEAL killer goes public  Irish Independent2 weeks ago
Japan Times

Navy SEAL who killed Bin Laden goes public, defying code of silence

WASHINGTON The retired Navy SEAL who says he shot al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden in the forehead publicly identified himself Thursday amid debate among former special operations brethren over whether they should break silence about their secret ...
 Japan Times2 weeks ago Navy SEAL whose shots killed bin Laden goes public  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago
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