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BBC News
Qatar emir calls for negotiations to ease Gulf boycott - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video &
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- BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say Latin America Qatar emir calls for... Read more
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Reuters
Al Qaeda suspect makes first appearance in U.S. federal court(Reuters) - Ali Charaf Damache, an al Qaeda suspect accused by the United State
Reuters / Posted 20 minutes ago
(Reuters) - Ali Charaf Damache, an al Qaeda suspect accused by the United States of conspiring to support terrorists, made an initial appearance in a federal court in Philadelphia on Friday following his extradition from Spain, the Justice Department... Read more
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The Hill
Rights groups commend Trump for trying terror suspect in federal courtof attempted identity theft to facilitate an act of international terrorism. H
The Hill / Posted 33 minutes ago
of attempted identity theft to facilitate an act of international terrorism. He is suspected to have been a recruiter for al Qaeda and in helping plot the murder of a Swedish cartoonist who depicted the Prophet Muhammad in cartoons. During the... Read more
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Philly.com
Terror suspect in 'Jihad Jane' case extradited to PhillyAn Algerian-born terror suspect accused of recruiting Colleen “Jihad Jane” LaRo
Philly.com / Posted an hour ago
An Algerian-born terror suspect accused of recruiting Colleen “Jihad Jane” LaRose of Montgomery County in a 2009 plot to assassinate a Swedish artist appeared in federal court in Philadelphia on Friday, after he was extradited from Spain. Ali Charaf... Read more
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CBS News
Trump admin transfers al Qaeda suspect to the U.S. to face terrorism chargesThe Trump administration has transferred an al Qaeda suspect from Spain to the
CBS News / Posted 2 hours ago
The Trump administration has transferred an al Qaeda suspect from Spain to the U.S. to face trial in federal court for terrorism charges, CBS News has confirmed. Ali Charaf Damache was charged with helping to plot to kill a Swedish cartoonist who... Read more
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The Hill
US kills Afghan forces in 'friendly fire' incidentassisting Afghan troops in their fight against the Taliban and conducting count
The Hill / Posted 2 hours ago
assisting Afghan troops in their fight against the Taliban and conducting counterterrorism missions against groups such as al Qaeda. Defense Secretary James Mattis promised to deliver a new strategy to Congress for the 16-year-old war by mid-July.... Read more
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The Hill
Trump brings terrorism suspect to US for trial in break from rhetoricposition that suspects be sent to the U.S. facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. D
The Hill / Posted 2 hours ago
position that suspects be sent to the U.S. facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Damache is suspected of being a recruiter for Al-Qaeda and was charged by the Justice Department with helping plot the murder of a Swedish cartoonist who depicted Prophet... Read more
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Reuters
Saudi source gives more detail on crown prince's dismissalevents after he became crown prince in 2015, the source told Reuters in an inte
Reuters / Posted 3 hours ago
events after he became crown prince in 2015, the source told Reuters in an interview. His addiction was a legacy of an Al Qaeda assassination attempt in 2009 that left shrapnel in his body. "MbN has a lot of respect among us as a crown prince... Read more
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Drayton Valley Western Review
Letter to the editorOmar’s father gets arrested for bombing the Egyptian Embassy in Islamabad, but
Drayton Valley Western Review / Posted 3 hours ago
Omar’s father gets arrested for bombing the Egyptian Embassy in Islamabad, but was set free after our illustrious Liberal Prime Minister Jean Chretien goes to bat for him with the Pakistani Prime Minister. The Khadrs return to Canada briefly,... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Saudi source gives more detail on crown prince's dismissalevents after he became crown prince in 2015, the source told Reuters in an inte
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 hours ago
events after he became crown prince in 2015, the source told Reuters in an interview. His addiction was a legacy of an Al Qaeda assassination attempt in 2009 that left shrapnel in his body. "MbN has a lot of respect among us as a crown prince... Read more
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EuroNews
View: The Middle East - more wars to comeJoschka Fischer, former German Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor With the r
EuroNews / Posted 4 hours ago
Joschka Fischer, former German Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor With the retaking of Mosul in northern Iraq, the so called Islamic State (ISIL) could soon be a thing of the past. But the defeat of ISIL and the demise of its self-proclaimed... Read more
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Island Packet
Nikki Haley condemns ‘collective failure’ by global leaders to help Africasearch of safety. The country’s fractured political landscape has crippled its
Island Packet / Posted 5 hours ago
search of safety. The country’s fractured political landscape has crippled its ability to gain the upper hand against the al Qaeda-linked al-Shabab. The terrorist organization has attacked aid workers, making it even more difficult to get help to... Read more
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International Business Times
Spain bans female Isis supporter from wearing Islamic veil in prison in landmark case A landmark court ruling in Spain could see convicted female jihadists across th
International Business Times / Posted 5 hours ago
A landmark court ruling in Spain could see convicted female jihadists across the country banned from wearing Islamic veils in prison. Spanish High Court judges ruled prison guards did not violate an Isis-supporter's religious freedoms when they... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Turkey Poised To Invade Syria's Idlib Province As Inter-Jihadist Violence RagesTwo Salafi-jihadi factions in Syria's Idlib province have been engaged in a bru
Zero Hedge / Posted 6 hours ago
Two Salafi-jihadi factions in Syria's Idlib province have been engaged in a brutal inter-"rebel" (or rather inter-jihadist) war this week, prompting Turkey to prepare a potential invasion to protect its favored factions on the ground. On Thursday,... Read more
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Breitbart
Unimpressed Trump Sends Pentagon Back to the Drawing Board on Afghanistancentered on working with NATO allies, operational partners, and the internation
Breitbart / Posted 7 hours ago
centered on working with NATO allies, operational partners, and the international community to defeat the remnants of core al Qaeda and to defeat other violent extremist organizations and terrorist groups, such as ISIS-K [Islamic State], to ensure... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Excited about Disney’s immersive “Star Wars” hotel? Thank a cord-cutterairport screeners. Intelligence officials received a wake-up call in February
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 7 hours ago
airport screeners. Intelligence officials received a wake-up call in February 2016, when an operative from Yemen-based Al Qaeda affiliate al-Shabaab detonated a bomb on a Daallo Airlines flight from Mogadishu, Somalia, to Djibouti.... Read more
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New Kerala
Hezbollah, Syrian Army conduct operation to flush out terrorists from Lebanon-Syria border - newkerala news #256094armed group Hezbollah and the Syrian army launched a joint operation on Friday
New Kerala / Posted 10 hours ago
armed group Hezbollah and the Syrian army launched a joint operation on Friday in which terrorists of the Jabhat Fatah al-Sham, the former Syrian branch of al-Qaeda known as al-Nusra Front, and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL,... Read more
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The Economic Times
Pakistan created terror groups to check India and Afghanistan: Former US diplomatsWilliam Milam, a former US ambassador to Pakistan, and Philip Reiner, a former
The Economic Times / Posted 10 hours ago
William Milam, a former US ambassador to Pakistan, and Philip Reiner, a former senior director for South Asia at the National Security Council during the Obama administration, said Pakistan's notorious spy agency, the ISI, continues to protect and... Read more
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Salon.com
NYT rewrites history of Iraq War, painting U.S. as democracy-lover, Iran as sinister imperialistArango thinks the same administration that repeatedly lied about Iraqi weapons
Salon.com / Posted 10 hours ago
Arango thinks the same administration that repeatedly lied about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction and Saddam’s links to al Qaeda was on the up-and-up about the pro-democracy motives behind its devastating invasion. If one wants to know what... Read more
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BBC News
Hezbollah-Syrian offensive launched against border militantslaunched against border militants - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigati
BBC News / Posted 11 hours ago
launched against border militants - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say Latin America Hezbollah-Syrian offensive launched against... Read more
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asianage
Pak terror outfits meant to check India, protect interests in AfghanistanWashington: Pakistan created terror groups such as the Taliban, the Haqqani net
asianage / Posted 12 hours ago
Washington: Pakistan created terror groups such as the Taliban, the Haqqani network and the Lashkar-e-Taiba to keep India "off balance" and protect Islamabad's interests in war-torn Afghanistan, according to former US diplomats and... Read more
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dna
Hezbollah, Syria army launch offensive at Syrian-Lebanese borderoperation in the Juroud Arsal area, but there was no coordination between it an
dna / Posted 13 hours ago
operation in the Juroud Arsal area, but there was no coordination between it and the Syrian army. The Nusra Front was al Qaeda's official affiliate in the Syrian civil war until last year when it formally severed ties to al Qaeda and renamed... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
U.S. Fails to Locate Continent's Question, AgainThe election of United States president Donald Trump was greeted with cautious
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 hours ago
The election of United States president Donald Trump was greeted with cautious pragmatism by a majority of African states, since he had failed to enunciate his Africa policy while campaigning. Six months on, we are beginning to understand how the... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Turkish Protesters Attack Istanbul SynagogueThe Jewish Press | 27 Tammuz 5777 – July 21, 2017of the lobby at Istanbul’s Neve Shalom Grand Synagogue A third, devastating su
The Jewish Press / Posted 14 hours ago
of the lobby at Istanbul’s Neve Shalom Grand Synagogue A third, devastating suicide car bombing on November 15, 2003 by Al Qaeda operatives claimed the lives of 24 people and wounded more than 300 others, many of them Muslim Turks who were... Read more
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Aljazeera
Post-ISIL Iraq: Breaking the cycle of violenceSadly, that is not where the story ends. As if reading from a script, a stream
Aljazeera / Posted 15 hours ago
Sadly, that is not where the story ends. As if reading from a script, a stream of soldiers, federal police officers and popular mobilisation fighters have engaged in mass arrests, torture, and summary executions of suspected ISIL... Read more
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Aljazeera
Hezbollah and Syrian army launch attack on border areafighters from an area of the Syrian-Lebanese frontier, according to reports. T
Aljazeera / Posted 16 hours ago
fighters from an area of the Syrian-Lebanese frontier, according to reports. The operation is targeting fighters in the Arsal area on the outskirts of the Lebanese town of Arsal, and in areas of the western Qalamoun mountains in Syria, the... Read more
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Reuters
Hezbollah, Syria army launch offensive at Syrian-Lebanese border: pro-Assad commanderaiming to prevent militants from fleeing into Lebanon, a Lebanese security sour
Reuters / Posted 18 hours ago
aiming to prevent militants from fleeing into Lebanon, a Lebanese security source said this week. The Nusra Front was al Qaeda's official affiliate in the Syrian civil war until last year when it formally severed ties to al Qaeda and renamed... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Washington's "Good Terrorists, Bad Terrorists" Policy In The Middle Eastas farce. The only difference between the Afghan jihad back in the ‘80s that sp
Zero Hedge / Posted 18 hours ago
as farce. The only difference between the Afghan jihad back in the ‘80s that spawned Islamic jihadists like the Taliban and al Qaeda for the first time in history and the Libyan and Syrian civil wars, 2011-onward, is that the Afghan jihad was an... Read more
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The Washington Times
NATO alliance helping dictatorsTurkey in 2007. Police stopped Turkish intelligence service trucks carrying mor
The Washington Times / Posted 20 hours ago
Turkey in 2007. Police stopped Turkish intelligence service trucks carrying mortars, artillery shells, and ammunition to al Qaeda near the Syrian border in 2014. Mr. Erdogan’s response? Arrest the police and claim it was humanitarian aid. When... Read more
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BBC News
Qatar 'informed' al-Qaeda bombers says UAE diplomat - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video &
BBC News / Posted 21 hours ago
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FOX News
NRA, eschewing talk of guns, ratchets up rhetoricthat’s becoming unmanageable,” and likened the tactics of the left to those of
FOX News / Posted 22 hours ago
that’s becoming unmanageable,” and likened the tactics of the left to those of radical Islamic terrorist groups like Al Qaeda and ISIS. Contacted by Fox News, NRA officers declined to comment, saying they do not discuss their media strategy... Read more
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Canberra Times
Syrian rebels 'betrayed' by Trump decision that has McCain fuming out amid battlefield losses and concerns about extremism within rebel ranks. "
Canberra Times / Posted 22 hours ago
out amid battlefield losses and concerns about extremism within rebel ranks. "We definitely feel betrayed," said General Tlass al-Salameh of Osoud al-Sharqiya, a group affiliated with the Free Syrian Army. Salameh and his deputies say they... Read more
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SKY News
We should worry about Omanas the 'Switzerland of the Gulf' - a pretty, tranquil spot, rich in beautiful s
SKY News / Posted 22 hours ago
as the 'Switzerland of the Gulf' - a pretty, tranquil spot, rich in beautiful scenery that is renowned for its neutrality. But many Middle East-watchers now fear Oman could be the next flashpoint in an already troubled region. Oman has... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Terror Attacks Worldwide Are Down For Second Straight YearGlobal terrorist attacks and fatalities from terrorist attacks were down for th
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 23 hours ago
Global terrorist attacks and fatalities from terrorist attacks were down for the second year in a row in 2016. So while globally terrorist attacks and deaths are down, the report also notes the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Somalia, South... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Terror Attacks Worldwide Are Down For Second Straight YearGlobal terrorist attacks and fatalities from terrorist attacks were down for th
KGTV San Diego / Posted 23 hours ago
Global terrorist attacks and fatalities from terrorist attacks were down for the second year in a row in 2016. So while globally terrorist attacks and deaths are down, the report also notes the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Somalia, South... Read more
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Aljazeera
Deadly ambush near Damascus hits pro-Assad forcessay 28 Syrian government soldiers have been killed in a firefight after a milit
Aljazeera / Posted yesterday
say 28 Syrian government soldiers have been killed in a firefight after a military unit was ambushed near the capital, Damascus. The ambush on Thursday followed days of intense fighting as opposition-held suburbs of Damascus have come... Read more
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Reuters
Saudi king overhauls security services following royal shakeupconsidered a steady partner for security cooperation with the West as the kingd
Reuters / Posted yesterday
considered a steady partner for security cooperation with the West as the kingdom sought to quell Islamist militant groups al Qaeda and Islamic State both domestically and abroad. Thursday's orders also raised the head of Mohammed bin Salman's... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Syrian rebels 'betrayed' by Trump decision that has McCain fumingout amid battlefield losses and concerns about extremism within rebel ranks. "
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
out amid battlefield losses and concerns about extremism within rebel ranks. "We definitely feel betrayed," said General Tlass al-Salameh of Osoud al-Sharqiya, a group affiliated with the Free Syrian Army. Salameh and his deputies say they... Read more
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Daily Mail
US ends its controversial laptop ban on flightsUS ends its controversial ban on laptops in airplane cabins saying the 10 Middl
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
US ends its controversial ban on laptops in airplane cabins saying the 10 Middle Eastern airports have all now raised security Electronic devices bigger than a smartphone were banned from the cabin on flights departing from 10 airports in North... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Afghanistan: A Morally Corrupting Warin American history (at a cost approaching one trillion and the blood of thousa
Op-Ed News / Posted yesterday
in American history (at a cost approaching one trillion and the blood of thousands of brave soldiers), but one which is morally corrupting from which there seems to be no exit with any gratification but shame. It was necessary to invade Afghanistan... Read more
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WA Today
Syrian rebels 'betrayed' by Trump decision that has McCain fumingout amid battlefield losses and concerns about extremism within rebel ranks. "
WA Today / Posted yesterday
out amid battlefield losses and concerns about extremism within rebel ranks. "We definitely feel betrayed," said General Tlass al-Salameh of Osoud al-Sharqiya, a group affiliated with the Free Syrian Army. Salameh and his deputies say they... Read more
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The Age
Syrian rebels 'betrayed' by Trump decision that has McCain fuming out amid battlefield losses and concerns about extremism within rebel ranks. "
The Age / Posted yesterday
out amid battlefield losses and concerns about extremism within rebel ranks. "We definitely feel betrayed," said General Tlass al-Salameh of Osoud al-Sharqiya, a group affiliated with the Free Syrian Army. Salameh and his deputies say they... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Syrian rebels 'betrayed' by Trump decision that has McCain fuming out amid battlefield losses and concerns about extremism within rebel ranks. "
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
out amid battlefield losses and concerns about extremism within rebel ranks. "We definitely feel betrayed," said General Tlass al-Salameh of Osoud al-Sharqiya, a group affiliated with the Free Syrian Army. Salameh and his deputies say they... Read more
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The Star
Egypt says it is 'shameful' that Qatar not held accountable at United NationsU.N. Ambassador Ihab Awad Moustafa after the Security Council adopted a resolut
The Star / Posted yesterday
U.N. Ambassador Ihab Awad Moustafa after the Security Council adopted a resolution to renew sanctions on Islamic State and al Qaeda. "It's crucial for the Security Council to make these countries that don't respect these resolutions accountable,"... Read more
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Reuters
Turkey-backed rebel reinforcements arrive in Idlib for Nusra fight: rebelsas the Nusra Front, rebel sources told Reuters. Ahrar al-Sham and Hayat Tahrir
Reuters / Posted yesterday
as the Nusra Front, rebel sources told Reuters. Ahrar al-Sham and Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, a faction led by the formerly al Qaeda-affiliated group earlier known as the Nusra Front, are vying for dominance in Idlib, the only Syrian province that... Read more
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The Washington Times
U.N. slaps sanctions on 8 linked to Islamic State and al QaedaThursday to impose sanctions against eight individuals and businesses linked to
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
Thursday to impose sanctions against eight individuals and businesses linked to the Islamic State extremist group and al Qaeda in a wide-ranging resolution aimed at stepping up international efforts “to counter terrorism and terrorist... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Engelhardt, Bombing the RubbleThis article originally appeared at TomDispatch.com. To receive TomDispatch in
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This article originally appeared at TomDispatch.com. To receive TomDispatch in your inbox three times a week, click here. You remember. It was supposed to be twenty-first-century war, American-style: precise beyond imagining; smart bombs; drones... Read more
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The Star
Turkey-backed rebel reinforcements arrive in Idlib for Nusra fight - rebelsas the Nusra Front, rebel sources told Reuters. Ahrar al-Sham and Hayat Tahrir
The Star / Posted yesterday
as the Nusra Front, rebel sources told Reuters. Ahrar al-Sham and Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, a faction led by the formerly al Qaeda-affiliated group earlier known as the Nusra Front, are vying for dominance in Idlib, the only Syrian province that... Read more
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dna
Turkey-backed rebel reinforcements arrive in Idlib for Nusra fight - rebelsas the Nusra Front, rebel sources told Reuters. Ahrar al-Sham and Hayat Tahrir
dna / Posted yesterday
as the Nusra Front, rebel sources told Reuters. Ahrar al-Sham and Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, a faction led by the formerly al Qaeda-affiliated group earlier known as the Nusra Front, are vying for dominance in Idlib, the only Syrian province that... Read more
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CBS News
Laptop ban came after test of device blew up airplane, DHS saysin part due to the implementation of enhanced security measures. But the U.S. b
CBS News / Posted yesterday
in part due to the implementation of enhanced security measures. But the U.S. believes terrorist groups -- particularly al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) -- remain determined to bring down a commercial aircraft. The 10 airports in the... Read more
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