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Topic - Intelcenter
Al Qaeda's branch in Somlia has had the greatest success of any of the terror network's franchises in recruiting Americans, and a video it released Wednesday shows why.
American jihadist Adam Yahiye Gadahn appears in a new al Qaeda video urging Syrian rebels to reject Western help and turn their insurgency into a global jihad, like the one in Iraq against the U.S. occupation.
Extremists are sharing media reports about the National Security Agency's telecommunications surveillance program and are urging each other to increase their security.
The military commander of al Qaeda's affiliate in Yemen is threatening new attacks against America, saying its people will never be safe until the U.S. government stops "attacking and oppressing" Muslim countries.
The deadly bombs that struck the Boston Marathon on Monday were fashioned from large pressure cookers packed with nails and ball bearings and hidden in black bags on the ground, said FBI investigators and a U.S. official briefed on the investigation.
Monday's bomb attack on the Boston Marathon showed a "level of sophistication or training" in the construction and placement of the weapons that could complicate the identification of the culprits, said a former FBI agent who led the hunt for Osama bin Laden.
A State Department officer was killed and another injured Tuesday in separate attacks on a U.S. Consulate in Libya and the U.S. Embassy in Cairo by hard-line Islamic protesters angry about an anti-Islamic film.
Indian federal investigators on Thursday examined two unverified claims by militant groups that they were behind a deadly bomb blast at New Delhi's High Court that left 12 people dead.