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Indonesian police identify suspect in mosque suicide bombing

Indonesian police identify suspect in mosque suicide bombing | Intelwire Daily Brief | Scoop.it
JAKARTA, Indonesia — Residents have identified a photo of the head of the suspect in a suicide bombing at an Indonesian mosque where a group of police officers were praying, police said Saturday.
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Al Qaeda's Ayman al-Zawahiri Discusses Middle East Uprisings In Video

Al Qaeda's Ayman al-Zawahiri Discusses Middle East Uprisings In Video | Intelwire Daily Brief | Scoop.it
In a new, rare video message from al Qaeda's number two terrorist commander, Ayman al-Zawahiri calls on Arab armies to intervene in Libya to help eject dictator Moammar Gadhafi from power before "Western aid... turns into invasions."...
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Sadr threatens new armed insurgency in Iraq if US remains past 2011

Shia cleric threatens to relaunch armed resistance unless the US withdraws from Iraq by year-end.
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Somalia, Wobbly on Ground, Seeks Control of Its Airspace

Somalia, Wobbly on Ground, Seeks Control of Its Airspace | Intelwire Daily Brief | Scoop.it
The country hopes to collect millions of dollars in flyover fees if it regains authority over traffic in its airspace, which the United Nations has controlled since 1996.
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3 U.N. Investigators Reject Goldstone’s Shift on Gaza War

Members of the United Nations panel that investigated Israel’s Gaza war two years ago rejected former chairman Richard Goldstone’s retraction of their finding that Israel had deliberately targeted civilians.
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North Korea Prepares to Indict American

An American man is being detained on unspecified charges, North Korean state news reported on Thursday.
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JIHADOLOGY Articles of the Week

Terrorism and extremism analysis and news stories from the week of April 2, selected by Aaron Zelin.
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Delayed voting finally starts across Nigeria after bomb attack

Delayed voting finally starts across Nigeria after bomb attack | Intelwire Daily Brief | Scoop.it
IBADAN, Nigeria — Nigeria’s voters put their inked fingers to ballots Saturday for the first round in the nation’s crucial April election, coming out to vote despite bomb attacks and communal violence.
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Northern Ireland police arrest 3rd suspected IRA dissident over officer’s killing

Northern Ireland police arrest 3rd suspected IRA dissident over officer’s killing | Intelwire Daily Brief | Scoop.it
DUBLIN — Northern Ireland police say they have arrested a third man over the killing of a policeman by suspected Irish Republican Army dissidents.
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Libyan rebels cling to front-line outpost after government shelling

AJDABIYA, Libya — Government forces shelled the rebels’ main front-line outpost ahead of a possible advance Saturday, killing at least three fighters and bringing a possible NATO airstrike down on their heads.
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Israeli Strikes on Gaza Continue

Israeli air forces and artillery continued to strike Gaza on Saturday, killing three more militants, including a senior commander, bringing the total dead since Thursday to 17, Palestinian officials said.
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Syrian activists call for daily protests

Fresh violence feared as residents in Daraa prepare to bury those killed in Friday's firing by security forces.
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Kabul, Islamabad upgrade Taliban peace bid

Kabul, Islamabad upgrade Taliban peace bid | Intelwire Daily Brief | Scoop.it
Pakistani and Afghan leaders announce boost to joint commission and efforts to negotiate with fighters.
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French terror suspects arrested in Pakistan

The two suspec­ts are allege­dly connec­ted to Umar Patek and the 2002 Bali bombing.
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In Tripoli, clandestine resistance takes peaceful and violent forms

In Tripoli, clandestine resistance takes peaceful and violent forms | Intelwire Daily Brief | Scoop.it
In Moammar Gaddafi’s Tripoli, a clandestine opposition movement is struggling to reorganize after February’s protests were brutally suppressed.
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Italian activist and journalist kidnapped in Gaza is dead

Italian activist and journalist kidnapped in Gaza is dead | Intelwire Daily Brief | Scoop.it
An Italian humanitarian activist and journalist who was kidnapped in Gaza has been found dead and one person is in custody, the Hamas Interior Ministry said Friday in a statement.
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U.S.: Iran Secretly Helping Crackdown in Syria

U.S.: Iran Secretly Helping Crackdown in Syria | Intelwire Daily Brief | Scoop.it
Iran is secretly helping Syrian President Bashar al-Assad put down pro-democracy demonstrations, according to U.S.
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Arming Libya's Rebels: A Debate in Doha

Arming Libya's Rebels: A Debate in Doha | Intelwire Daily Brief | Scoop.it
While there is some support for supplying the rebels with weaponry, others would simply bomb Gaddafi's forces and have the opposition figure its own way toward victory...
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Man Arrested Over N. Ireland Car Bomb

Police investigating the discovery of a car containing 500 pounds of homemade explosives on the main highway linking Belfast in Northern Ireland and Dublin in the Irish Republic, arrested a 26-year-old man Thursday.
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Somali Canadians grapple with terrorism's appeal to youth

Somali Canadians grapple with terrorism's appeal to youth | Intelwire Daily Brief | Scoop.it
Two young women believed to have gone to Somalia and joined Al-Shabaab fit a pattern of young Somali-Canadians leaving their families to fight with the Islamist youth militia. At least 10 have left Canada to fight with the Shabaab since 2009, the majority from Toronto.
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Review: J.M. Berger's "Jihad Joe" Is "Timely And Chilling" Look At American Jihadists

Review: J.M. Berger's "Jihad Joe" Is "Timely And Chilling" Look At American Jihadists | Intelwire Daily Brief | Scoop.it
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"Investigative journalist and documentary filmmaker Berger lifts the veil on the phenomenon of American jihadists in this timely and chilling examination. [...] Berger's exposé painstakingly lays out the scope and character of the American jihadist movement and points the way to a national debate on solutions."
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Iran Says Facility Producing Centrifuge Parts

Iran's foreign minister has confirmed claims by an exiled Iranian opposition group that a factory west of Tehran is manufacturing centrifuge parts.
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Yemen yanks diplomat after Qatar says president should go

SANAA, Yemen — Yemen, angry over Qatar’s suggestion that its leader resign, recalled its ambassador to the fellow Arabian Peninsula nation on Saturday as hundreds of thousands of Yemeni protesters rallied for a second straight day to demand the ouster of President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
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One Dead, Dozens Injured After Egyptian Military, Protesters Clash

One Dead, Dozens Injured After Egyptian Military, Protesters Clash | Intelwire Daily Brief | Scoop.it
Egypt's Health Ministry says one person was killed and 71 injured after the army charged into a central Cairo square to disperse a protest.
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