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  • The secret wars

    Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger and the other leaders of Congress' intelligence committees this week issued a strong, bi-partisan statement of condemnation for recent leaks of classified information about America's clandestine operations abroad, including...
  • Drop the 'two-war' plan

    Drop the 'two-war' plan
    As defense strategists at the Pentagon carry out their review of how to make roughly $400 billion in cuts over 10 years, and Congress considers the possibility of reductions twice as large as required by the supercommittee's failure to reach agreement,...
  • Yemen government curbs travel, recruitment in austerity drive

    DUBAI (Reuters) - Yemen's president has ordered a raft of austerity steps, including a review of state-owned companies' viability and curbs on foreign travel by government officials, to ease pressure on the impoverished state's crumbling public finances....
  • Refugee agency says more than 35,000 people displaced by Yemen fighting

    SANAA (Reuters) - More than 35,000 people have been displaced in Yemen's Omran province, a local government refugee agency said on Wednesday, a day after Shi'ite Muslim tribal fighters overran the provincial capital following fighting that killed more...
  • Yemeni Shi'ites capture city after fighting kills 200

    SANAA (Reuters) - Shi'ite Muslim fighters captured one of the main cities in northern Yemen on Tuesday, a local official and residents said, after fighting that has killed at least 200 people and puts the Shi'ites on the outskirts of the capital. The...
  • In al Qaeda camp, notes on an Islamic caliphate

    AL-MAHFAD, Yemen, (Reuters) - At first glance, the neat handwriting in blue ink could be from a school notebook. Prise apart the pages - stuck together by sand and water - and it becomes clear that the book belonged to a militant from al Qaeda. Discarded...
  • Mortar bombs land in Saudi Arabia near Iraq border

    RIYADH (Reuters) - Three mortar bombs landed inside Saudi Arabia on Monday close to its northern border with Iraq, where Islamist militants have grabbed land in a lightning advance, officials said. The mortars caused no casualties but will stoke security...
  • Germany increases airport security after U.S. warns of bombs

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany has tightened security at its airports after U.S. authorities said they were concerned that al Qaeda operatives in Syria and Yemen were developing bombs that could be smuggled onto planes. Germany's interior ministry said in...
  • Alemania incrementa seguridad en aeropuertos tras advertencia de EEUU sobre bombas

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Alemania reforzó la seguridad en sus aeropuertos después de que las autoridades estadounidenses expresaron preocupación de que miembros de Al Qaeda en Siria y Yemen estuvieran desarrollando bombas que podrían ser puestas de...
  • Yemen army continues fight in north and is attacked in south

    Yemen army continues fight in north and is attacked in south
    SANAA/ADEN (Reuters) - Clashes in the north Yemen town of Omran continued on Sunday between the army and fighters from the Houthi movement after at least 104 people were killed on Saturday, while in the south six soldiers were shot dead by al Qaeda...
  • Two militants blow themselves up in southern Saudi Arabia

    DUBAI (Reuters) - Two suspected al Qaeda militants blew themselves up on Saturday after being trapped inside a government building in southern Saudi Arabia, the Interior Ministry said, following an attack on a border post with Yemen that also killed...
  • The drone warfare drawbacks

    The drone warfare drawbacks
    The drone has become America's counter-terrorism weapon of choice. But does drone warfare really further U.S. goals abroad? To wartime strategists under both George W. Bush and Barack Obama, the new weapon, like many innovations in the history of...