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US Ran Fake Vaccine Project in Hunt for Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda

The last hideout of Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden is seen through trees in Abbottabad …US intelligence launched a fake vaccination drive in the Pakistan town where it believed Osama bin Laden was hiding in an effort to gather DNA from members of his family, the Guardian reported Tuesday.

CIA officials recruited a senior local doctor to organise the campaign after it tracked down a …

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WikiLeaks: Al-Qaeda Could Unleash ‘Nuclear 9/11′

According to reports from the UK’s Daily Telegraph and Vancouver Sun, a number of leaked diplomatic cables warn that the terrorist group Al-Qaeda may be on the verge of producing nuclear weapons after securing radioactive materials and rogue scientists to help carry out their deadly mission.

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Al-Qaeda views West terror alert fears as victory

The US warning that stirred public panic in Europe over a possible Al-Qaeda attack at tourist hotspots has given a sense of victory to Islamist extremist networks, intelligence experts said.

Even though the threat of terror strikes should not be underestimated -- it is a real, ongoing threat -- warni…

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Yemen's conflicts flare amid al-Qaida fight

While ramping up the fight against al-Qaida with U.S. help, the Yemeni government has also escalated its own internal conflicts in the north and south that threaten to throw the fractured country into greater chaos and even nourish the terror group's growth.

Yemeni troops backed with tanks and arti…

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Yemen says Nigerian may have met radical cleric

The Nigerian accused of trying to blow up a U.S. passenger plane on Christmas may have met with a radical American-Yemeni cleric linked to al-Qaida and the alleged Fort Hood shooter to prepare for the failed attack, Yemen's deputy prime minister said Thursday.

Rashad al-Alimi, the deputy prime mini…

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Yemen opposes any US troops in terror fight

Yemen's foreign minister said Wednesday that his country opposes any direct intervention by U.S. or other foreign troops in the fight against al-Qaida.

Foreign Minister Abu Bakr al-Qirbi told The Associated Press in an interview that "there is a lot of sensitivity about foreign troops coming to Yem…

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Yemen sends troops to al-Qaeda strongholds

Yemen deployed several hundred extra troops to two mountainous eastern provinces that are al-Qaeda's main strongholds in the country and where the suspected would-be Christmas airplane bomber may have visited, security officials said Saturday.

The reinforcements were part of a stepped-up campaign b…

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Obama ties failed plane attack to al Qaeda

U.S. President Barack Obama said on Friday it appeared the man suspected of trying to bomb a Detroit-bound plane on Christmas was a member of al Qaeda and had been trained and equipped by the Islamic militant network.

Defending his administration's counterterrorism efforts amid scathing Republican…

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Clueless Liberals and Neocons Slug It Out Over Fake al-Qaeda

don't think It’s a pity. News Hounds usually pegs Fox News pretty accurately. But the blog has slipped lately. For instance, a post today accuses the corporate media leviathan of hating Obama more than al-Qaeda.

“Those America lovers over at Fox Nation are so obsessed with ginning up hatred for President Oba…

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Al Qaeda Group Claims Bomb Attempt

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, the branch of the extremist group based in Yemen, appeared to claim responsibility for the Christmas Day attempted bombing of a Detroit-bound jet, ratcheting up worry about the organization's expanding reach and potency.

The group said it provided the Nigerian susp…

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