AMMAN (Reuters) - A suicide bomber from Syria's al Qaeda offshoot the Nusra Front blew himself up in a Syrian army outpost in a contested neighborhood in the divided northern city of Aleppo and killed at least 25 soldiers and allied militia and injured scores, a monitor said.
Israel may have good reasons to help Syrian rebels, but do those rebels include an Al Qaeda affiliate? And are they about to slaughter relatives of Israel’s Druze minority?
In 2004, an Al Qaeda ideologue uploaded a book to the Internet that shifted jihadi thinking across the globe. It argued that the way to establish an overarching Sunni caliphate in the Muslim world was not with scattered terrorist attacks on the West but with a sustained campaign of violence in Muslim countries.... Show More Summary
A Saudi and a Kuwaiti are among four suspected Al-Qaeda members killed by an American drone strike in southeastern Yemen, a local official said on Friday. The dawn strike targeted their car as it left the base of the 27th Mechanised Brigade in the Hadramawt provincial capital Mukalla, the official told AFP. Show More Summary
SANAA (Reuters) - A drone attacked an army base held by al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) in southeastern Yemen in the early hours of Friday, killing four suspected militants, witnesses said.
“Al Qaeda and ISIL and groups like it are desperate for legitimacy. They try to portray themselves as religious leaders -- holy warriors in...
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KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan special forces on Wednesday raided a hospital run by medical aid group Médecins Sans Frontières in north Afghanistan, looking for a suspected Al Qaeda operative being treated there, a commander of the elite force said on Thursday.
DHAKA (Reuters) - Bangladesh security forces have arrested 12 suspected militants, including the chief of the al Qaeda in Indian Subcontinent (AQIS), which claimed responsibility for two killings this year of bloggers critical of religious extremism.
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Around 1,200 prisoners escaped a jail in the Yemeni city of Taiz on Tuesday, including suspected al Qaeda militants. The exact details of how the inmates fled are currently varied, but it appears unlikely that most of them will be recaptured anytime soon. Show More Summary
Yes, it sounds funny in a sick kind of way, but Al Qaeda is actually right about ISIS’s wanton murder of Muslims.
SANAA (Reuters) - Around 1,200 prisoners escaped during clashes at a jail in central Yemen on Tuesday, among them al Qaeda suspects, officials and security sources said.
SANAA, June 30 (Reuters) - Around 1,200 prisoners escaped during clashes at a jail in central Yemen on Tuesday, among them al Qaeda suspects, officials and security sources said. "Groups of al Qaeda supporters... today attacked the central...Show More Summary
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DUBAI (Reuters) - Al Qaeda's leadership of Islamist militancy in Yemen is being challenged amid the chaos of civil war by its rival Islamic State, which could become a bigger threat to the group than the U.S. drones that periodically kill its commanders.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A year after Islamic State declared a caliphate on territory seized in Iraq and Syria, the al Qaeda splinter group faces military pressure from a U.S.-led coalition but remains a potent force holding key cities, the Pentagon said on Monday.
ISIS's reign of terror is so horrific even Al Qaeda is offended.
ROME (Reuters) - Italian police said on Friday they had arrested a suspected al Qaeda militant accused of participating in a 2009 bombing in Pakistan that killed more than 100 people and providing shelter for another man suspected of planning a suicide attack in Italy.
Exclusive: The latest neocon gambit is to build support for “regime change” in Syria by downplaying the evils of Al Qaeda, rebranding it as some sort of “moderate” terrorist force whose Syrian affiliate is acceptable to Israel and supported by Saudi Arabia. But this audacious argument ignores reality, writes Daniel Lazare. By Daniel Lazare Just nine days after…