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Pakistan police kills Malik Ishaq, leader of anti-Shiite militant group

Jul 29, 2015

Pakistan police kills Malik Ishaq, leader of anti-Shiite militant group

The leader of an anti-Shiite militant group behind some of Pakistan's worst sectarian attacks was killed in a shootout with police Wednesday, authorities said. #Al-Qaeda #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Shi'ite #Malik Ishaq #islamic-state #Laskhar-e-Jhangvi #LeJ #Muzaffargarh
Blast tears through nightclub in Philippines, one dead

Jul 24, 2015

Blast tears through nightclub in Philippines, one dead

A powerful explosion tore through a nightclub in the strife-torn southern Philippines, killing one person and wounding nine others, the police said on Friday. #Al-Qaeda #NewsTracker #Abu Sayyaf #Phillipines #Zamboanga City
Islamic State bigger threat to the US than Al-Qaeda, says FBI chief

Jul 23, 2015

Islamic State bigger threat to the US than Al-Qaeda, says FBI chief

The FBI chief has warned that the Islamic State has become a bigger threat to the US than Al-Qaeda. #World #Terrorism #US #Syria #Al-Qaeda #TheySaidIt #Iraq #James Comey #islamic-state #ISIL #ISIS #IS #FBI Director
US fights terror: Tunisian Al-Qaeda leader killed in June airstrike

Jul 03, 2015

US fights terror: Tunisian Al-Qaeda leader killed in June airstrike

A top Tunisian jihadist and associate of late Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed by a US airstrike in Libya last month, The New York Times reported #World #Terrorism #US #Osama bin Laden #Al-Qaeda #NewsTracker #Tunisia #jihadist #Aistrikes #Seifallah Ben Hassine
Terror attack stopped in its tracks: Bangladeshi police arrest Al-Qaeda militants

Jul 02, 2015

Terror attack stopped in its tracks: Bangladeshi police arrest Al-Qaeda militants

Bangladesh police said Thursday they had arrested 12 suspected militants including the local head of Al-Qaeda's branch in the region, foiling an attack planned for the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. #World #Al-Qaeda #Bangladesh #NewsTracker #Police #terror
Terrorists killed in Pakistan raid were members of al Qaeda

Jul 01, 2015

Terrorists killed in Pakistan raid were members of al Qaeda

Four terrorists, killed in a raid by Pakistani counter-terrorism commandos, were members of the al-Qaeda and were looking to target a political personality and an office of an intelligence agency, officials said on Wednesday. #World #Al-Qaeda #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Lahore #counter terrorism #Tehrik-e-Taliban #Terrorists #Sheikhupura
Parts of Pakistan remain haven for terrorists: US State Dept

Jun 20, 2015

Parts of Pakistan remain haven for terrorists: US State Dept

Significant parts of Pakistan along its border with Afghanistan, including Waziristan, Balochistan and FATA, continue to be a safe haven for terrorists, the US State Department said in a report on Saturday. #Al-Qaeda #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Haqqani network #Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan #Federally Administered Tribal Areas
Al Qaeda confirms second-in-command killed in a US drone strike

Jun 16, 2015

Al Qaeda confirms second-in-command killed in a US drone strike

Al Qaeda has confirmed that its second-in-command, the chief of its powerful Yemeni branch, was killed in a US drone strike, in the heaviest blow to the jihadist network since the death of Osama bin Laden. #World #Terrorism #US #Osama bin Laden #Al-Qaeda #NewsTracker #Yemen #Dubai #drone strike #islamic-state
CIA denies 'bro' a peek into Bin Laden's porn collection

Jun 11, 2015

CIA denies 'bro' a peek into Bin Laden's porn collection

A lot of documents were recovered from Osama Bin Laden's Abbottabad compound on the night of 'Zero Dark Thirty'. The Al Qaeda supremo's palace was a gold mine for the CIA, with the documents recovered giving insight into the life and mind of the world's most wanted man. #World #US #Osama bin Laden #Al-Qaeda #CIA #Abbottabad #NewsTracker #pornography #18% #BroBible #Bin Laden's Porn
Yemeni families sue US over 'unlawful deaths' from drone strike

Jun 09, 2015

Yemeni families sue US over 'unlawful deaths' from drone strike

The families of two Yemeni men killed in 2012 have sued the United States, alleging they were innocent bystanders hit by missiles from a US drone strike and calling for an acknowledgement of their "unlawful deaths." #United States #Barack Obama #Al-Qaeda #NewsTracker #David Petraeus #Leon Panetta #Yemen #Washington #Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi