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15 HOURS AGO - Reuters

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Libyan al Qaeda suspect's legal defense financed by foreign government

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A foreign government is paying for the criminal defense of alleged senior al Qaeda militant Anas al-Liby, his defense lawyer told a U.S. judge on Wednesday.

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JUL 20, 2014 - WorldNetDaily

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Christian families flee Mosul

(CNN) – Just days after the militant group the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria said they killed hundreds of Syrians, dozens of Iraqi Christian families are now fleeing the ISIS-controlled city of Mosul, hoping to avoid a similar fate. On Friday, the al Qaeda splinter group issued an ultimatum to Iraqi Christians living in Mosul — [...]

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JUL 17, 2014 - Christian Science Monitor

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US commander in Afghanistan sees 'significant' risk of Al Qaeda returning (+video)

Gen. Joseph Dunford, the top US commander in Afghanistan, tells senators he is 'not confident' the Afghan security forces will be able to sustain themselves after US troops leave.

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JUL 17, 2014 - Christian Science Monitor

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US commander in Afghanistan sees 'significant' risk of Al Qaeda returning

Gen. Joseph Dunford, the top US commander in Afghanistan, tells senators he is 'not confident' the Afghan security forces will be able to sustain themselves after US troops leave.

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JUL 16, 2014 - Yahoo! News

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U.S. judge imposes lighter sentences on Britons who supported Taliban

By Richard Weizel NEW HAVEN Conn. (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Wednesday sentenced two British nationals to far shorter prison sentences than prosecutors were seeking after the men pleaded guilty in December to supporting Muslim militants through print and online publications. Babar Ahmad, 40, was sentenced to 12-1/2 years of a maximum 25 years for the crime, which prosecutors ...

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