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AQAP releases infographics detailing attacks 26.1.2015 Bill Roggio
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has released a report including two infographics that detail its attacks over the past three months. The group claims credit for 205 operations, including the massacre at Charlie Hebdo's offices in Paris.
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Egypt: 13 killed in clashes between Islamists, police 25.1.2015 LA Times: Top News
Female terrorists finding their place in Islamic militants' ranks 25.1.2015 LA Times: Opinion
From bikini-clad beachgoer to veiled jihadist fugitive, the partner of Paris gunman Amedy Coulibaly underwent a startling metamorphosis that illuminates the dangerous potential behind militant groups' efforts to increase their recruiting of female terrorists.
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Gingrich Pushes Debunked Boko Haram Lie At Iowa Iowa Forum 25.1.2015 NewsTrust Yahoo Pipes Feed
We all knew that the troll under the bridge wasn't going to let the rest of the GOP clown car have all of the fun this Saturday at Steve King's wingnut Iowa "Freedom" Forum. He opened things up right out of the box by spewing a pack of lies about Hillary Clinton and Boko Haram. From Media Matters: CNN's Newt Gingrich Parrots Debunked Right-Wing Smear About Hillary Clinton And Boko Haram : CNN contributor Newt Gingrich revived a debunked claim about Boko Haram's designation as a terror group in order to attack former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Speaking to attendees at the Iowa Freedom Summit in Des Moines, Gingrich claimed that the Obama administration, currently and during Clinton's tenure at the State Department, is not doing enough to confront terrorism threats. As evidence, Gingrich pointed to Boko Haram, a militant Islamist group based in Nigeria, saying, "Boko Haram has ten thousand fighters, and last year Boko Haram killed more people than Ebola. But the State Department for years, under ...
Qatar's ties to militants complicate relations with U.S., neighbors 25.1.2015 L.A. Times - World News
Even in a part of the world where tangled alliances are as common as sweet tea, one would be hard-pressed to find a country where the same few sweltering square miles house the sprawling operations hub for a huge U.S.-led air war and provide plush sanctuary to the likes of the Taliban and...
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Death in the desert marks a violent end to Haruna Yukawa’s deeply troubled life 25.1.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest
Japan now waits in hope that journalist Kenji Goto, who travelled to Syria to plead with Isis for his friend’s life, will be spared Continue reading...
There is no room for anti-Semitism or Islamophobia: Kerry 25.1.2015 Nation : Last Twenty Four Hours News
DAVOS: US Secretary of State John Kerry set out his vision for the fight against Islamist violence on Friday in an impassioned speech at the World Economic Forum (WEF) where he said that attacks like the Taliban-claimed massacre at a Peshawar school on December 16 can never be rationalized. Kerry spoke at length of the horrors inflicted by Boko Haram, the Islamic State group and Al Qaeda and ...
Religion is no longer immune from criticism 24.1.2015 Nation : Last Twenty Four Hours News
Reactions of Pakistanis to murders committed by Islamist terrorists, and the knee-jerk chants of Islam being peaceful, will always be shrouded in controversy due to the sheer lack of condemnation of the act of terror. This is because the nation is terminally sick with a malaise linked to ignorance, medieval thinking, superstitions and insularity. I just read that one of our esteemed leader has ...
Islamic State video claims one Japanese hostage beheaded; Islamists make new demand for release of second. 24.1.2015 Washington Post
A video posted online Saturday appears to show the dead body of Haruna Yukawa, one of two Japanese men being held captive by Islamic State militants, according to news reports.The Japanese government said it was attempting to verify the video, which shows a static image of the second hostage, freelance journalist Kenji Goto, holding a photograph of what appears to be Yukawa’s beheaded body, according to USA Today.  Shortly after it appeared online, the video was deleted, according to the Associated Press, which was unable to verify the contents of the video.Read full article ...
117 rebels killed in Syria 24.1.2015 New Kerala: World News
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Obama's renewed push to close Guantanamo prison is seen as promising 24.1.2015 L.A. Times - World News
President Obama has recharged his campaign for closing the Guantanamo Bay detention center with a strategy legal experts say holds out new hope of achieving that signature objective of his presidency.
Colbert King: There’s nothing secular about Boko Haram 24.1.2015 Washington Post: Op-Eds
A reader of last week’s column about Islamist extremism wrote, “It is not really about Islam. It is about things you understand all too well: poverty, alienation, disenfranchisement, and a search for meaning and identity. Identifying with Muslim extremist groups gives terrorists a package of support, doctrine, and legitimacy to draw on.” The writer commented that, while Boko Haram does not have “much to do with Islam,” through its militancy it is able to attract money and training from groups such as al-Qaeda and the Islamic State. Read full article ...
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Yemen protesters hit the streets for and against Houthi rebels 24.1.2015 L.A. Times - World News
Demonstrations took place across Yemen on Friday, as supporters and opponents of Houthi rebels who have seized power in the capital took to the streets.
Remembering Saudi's King Abdullah: "He Was Not a Benevolent Dictator, He Was a Dictator" 23.1.2015 Truthout - All Articles
King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia has died at the age of 90. Abdullah was one of the world’s most powerful men and a key U.S. ally in the region, controlling a fifth of the known global petroleum reserves. In a statement, President Obama praised Abdullah "as a force for stability and security in the Middle East and beyond." Many analysts accused Abdullah of turning the uprising in Syria into a proxy war with Iran. In 2010, WikiLeaks published U.S. diplomatic cables which identified Saudi Arabia as the world’s largest source of funds for Islamist militant groups. Abdullah also sent tanks to help squash pro-democracy uprisings in neighboring Bahrain. Saudi Arabia recently came under criticism for its treatment of imprisoned blogger Raif Badawi, who was sentenced to 10 years in prison and 1,000 lashes to be carried out at a rate of 50 per week for charges including insulting Islam. Abdullah’s half-brother, Crown Prince Salman, has now assumed the throne. We are joined by Toby Jones, director of ...
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Family members claim leader of Ansar al Sharia in Benghazi has died 23.1.2015 Bill Roggio
Mohamed al Zahawi's family members have told the press that he has died due to wounds suffered in fighting last year. Zahawi has been the leader of Ansar al Sharia in Benghazi. Unconfirmed rumors of his death have circulated for months.
Analysis: Qatar embraces admitted al Qaeda operative 23.1.2015 Bill Roggio
Qatar continues to celebrate the release of Ali Saleh Kahlah al Marri, an admitted al Qaeda sleeper agent, from a US federal prison last week. The prime minister of Qatar has even reportedly called al Marri to congratulate him.
Safe havens for terrorists in Pakistan unacceptable : Obama 23.1.2015 New Kerala: World News
Read Full story of 'Safe havens for terrorists in Pakistan unacceptable : Obama' at newkerala.com.
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King Abdullah Of Saudi Arabia Dies At 90, Crown Prince Salman Becomes King 23.1.2015 Outside the Beltway
A big change in an important nation in the most volatile part of the world.
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French Prisons Prove To Be Effective Incubators For Islamic Extremism 23.1.2015 NPR: All Things Considered
Two of the men involved in the Paris attacks met in prison, where they transformed from small-time criminals to jihadists. France is now redoubling its effort to prevent radicalization in its prisons.
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‘Snooper’s charter’: four Lords in bid to pass changed version before election 23.1.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Cross-party group’s last-minute amendments spark concern over scope of access to data intelligence agencies would get

A cross-party alliance of former defence ministers, police chiefs and intelligence commissioners will try to force a revised “snooper’s charter” into law before the general election.

The proposals to amend the counter-terrorism bill currently in the Lords and due for debate on Monday have been tabled by a group led by former Conservative defence secretary Lord King. The other supporters are the Liberal Democrat former reviewer of counter-terror laws, Lord Carlile, the former Labour defence minister, Lord West, and the former Metropolitan police commissioner, Lord Blair.

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