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The Obama administration has added a senior member of a Lebanese militant group to the list of global terrorists subject to U.S. sanctions. The State Department says Saudi citizen Saleh al-Qarawi is a high-ranking operative for
Reuters TV Anyone new to the story, seeing just that image of Gaddafi's lifeless face, with memories of the fake digital death mask of Osama bin Laden that surfed the same networks of information and falsehood, had reason to be sceptical. But there
Increased production at the McAlester Army Ammunition Plant for the Afghanistan and Iraq wars has meant an economic windfall for Oklahoma's state and local governments...In 2001, the economic impact from the plant stood at $164 million. The majority
Osama bin Laden lived largely in isolation after he went into hiding in Abbottabad, Pakistan in 2006, according to statements from family members who were taken into custody by Pakistani authorities after bin Laden was killed by a team of U.S.
Jordan jails mentor of al-Qaeda in Iraq leader Zarqawi Abu Mohammed al-Maqdessi is driven to the military court in Amman The former mentor of Iraq's slain al-Qaeda leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi has been sentenced to five years in prison in Jordan. Abu
Jordan (AP) — Jordan's military court has convicted the mentor of the slain al-Qaida in Iraq leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi on terrorism charges. The court on Thursday sentenced Palestinian-born Isam Mohammed Taher al-Barqawi to
The US has a record of attempting to intervene in Syria that even predates the US Central Intelligence Agency’s and British intelligence’s 1953 coup in Iran against prime minister Mohammad Mosaddegh. Can Syria
June 1, 2011 Intelligence officials will tell you that no one in al-Qaida worries them more right now than a man named Saif al-Adel. A former colonel in the Egyptian army, al-Adel served in its special forces before he joined the terrorist group.
A federal appeals court has ruled against Syria's effort to throw out a judgment of more than $400 million to the families of two American contractors whose beheadings in Iraq were posted on the Internet. In a 3-0 decision, the
I've not been much of a fan of Time magazine for years, though I am again, if only briefly. Fresh off Rachel Maddow's ludicrous claim that Abu Musab al-Zarqawi was "not all that well known" until he was killed by the US military in 2006 and allegedly