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High alert for US troops in Afghanistan after Jerusalem move – report

Published time: 8 Dec, 2017 13:10Edited time: 8 Dec, 2017 15:33

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US troops in Afghanistan are on a special ‘Notice to Move’ alert following the US’ Jerusalem decision, according to the Military Times. 532 more words

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Security Forces Seized Explosives, IED Components from AQAP in Yemen

Security forces seized explosives, IED components, documents, & propaganda from home of senior AQAP militant in the Mudiyah village of Abyan, Yemen

Source: https://twitter.com/demolinari/status/918416575341801472

US drone strike kills local Al-Qaeda ‘commander’ in Yemen

The United States considers the Yemen-based AQAP to be the group’s most dangerous branch.

WORLD Updated: Oct 06, 2017 10:06 IST

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Inspire 17 Train Derail Operations

Inspire is back trying to “inspire” the jihadi’s after taking a forced hiatus after many of the AQAP magazine’s creators got whacked by some raptor hellfire missiles. 1,400 more words

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New Threats from Al Qaeda: Inspire 17 Magazine

Terror Trends Bulletin, by Christopher W. Holton. Aug. 13, 2017:

Al Qaeda has issued its latest edition of Inspire magazine, Inspire 17.

The magazine is published by the media arm of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, but it covers Al Qaeda operations worldwide. 527 more words

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AQAP publishes guide for derailing trains in the US, Europe

Long War Journal, by Thomas Joscelyn, Aug. 13, 2017:

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has released the 17th edition of its Inspire magazine, in which the group calls on supporters to strike trains in the US and Europe. 1,580 more words

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U.S. Troops Flow into Yemen and More are Probably on the Way

More U.S. troops entered Yemen this week escalating ground operations against al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). And according to the Pentagon, additional troops are likely to follow. 567 more words

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