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Judicial Watch: New Documents Show FBI Kept Channels Open to Al-Aulaqi Despite Terrorist Designation
Judicial Watch announced today that it has obtained 900 pages of newly released internal documents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) indicating there may have been a serious rift between the agency's 9/11 Commission Task Force (Task Force) and the National Commission on Terrorism (Commission) in tracking the activities of U.S.-born al-Qaeda leader Anwar al-Aulaqi

Presidential Honor Awarded to RIM Logistics
RIM Logistics, ltd. received the 2013 President's "E" Award for export service, in recognition of its continuing support of export growth in the U.S. business community for at least five years.

Six killed in a shooting at a Gurudwara in Wisconsin
Shooting at the Gurudwara occured at about 10:30 am on Sunday

Al Qaeda underwear bombmaker plot demonstrates need for renewing surveillance provisions: FBI
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director Robert Mueller has urged the U.S. Governemnt for renewal of surveillance measures after a device from Al Qaeda's leading underwear bombmaker was discovered.

FBI's agent training material is 'critical of Islam'
In a startling revelation, 876 pages of training material used for training Federal Bureau of Investigation's agents has been found to be critical and offensive of Islam.

US at risk of 'full scale' cyber-attack by terrorists, warn intelligence experts
An eventual full-scale cyber-attack on the U.S. by a terrorist organization is "a certitude," and "cyberterrorists" are utilizing technology to steal money and move it around to finance their operations, a former senior intelligence official has warned.

Haqqani network not on Pakistan soil, says Rehman Malik
Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik has ruled out the possibility of Haqqani network's presence in Pakistan.

U.S. Congress approves Patriot Act's four- year extension
The United States' Congress has approved the four year extension of the Patriot Act that empowers authorities in the country to search records and conduct roving wiretaps in pursuit of terrorists.

US 'on guard' for terror attacks from Libya: FBI chief
The United States is "on guard" for terrorist attacks "emanating" out of war-torn Libya, FBI Director Robert Mueller has said.

US turns down Pak Govt's offer to trade terror-suspect Aafia for CIA contractor Davis
The Pakistan Government offered to trade double murder-accused CIA contractor Raymond Davis with Pakistani neuroscientist Aafia Siddiqui, who is suspected by US intelligence to be an al Qaeda operative and is currently serving 86 years in federal prison for attempted murder.

Domestic terrorism number one priority for US intelligence
Intelligence agency chiefs in the United State have unveiled the annual National Threat Assessment, and said that success against Al Qaeda means that domestic terrorism is now their 'priority No. 1.'

Egypt's VP Suleiman demonised Muslim Brotherhood as "bogeyman": Wikileaks
The whistleblower website 'Wikileaks' has claimed in its latest revelation that Egypt's new Vice-President, Omar Suleiman, had long sought to demonise the opposition Muslim Brotherhood as "the bogeyman" in his contacts with sceptical US officials.

Iranian book eulogizing Islamic suicide bombers, militants found in Arizona desert
A book published in Iran containing short biographies of Islamic suicide bombers and other Islamic militants who died carrying out attacks has been reportedly discovered in the Arizona desert, just north of the U.S.-Mexican border.

WikiLeaks: Boucher, Menon disagreed on tactics regarding Pak elimination of LeT
India's National Security Adviser, Shiv Shankar Menon, and US Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian and Central Asian Affairs, Richard Boucher agreed that there was a need for Pakistan to eliminate the Lashkar-e-Toiba terror group, but differed on the tactics to be adopted for such an exercise.

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