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  • Two French citizens arrested in Yemen may have ties to Paris attacks

    Two French citizens arrested in Yemen may have ties to Paris attacks
    Two French citizens arrested in Yemen are believed to have links to the  Paris attack on the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, according to top Yemeni security officials. Ali Ahmadi, chairman of Yemen’s national security unit,...
  • How France missed a homegrown terrorism plot

     How France missed a homegrown terrorism plot
    On the streets of Gennevilliers, a working-class suburb north of Paris, residents said there was little indication that a militant bent on warfare on French soil was living in their midst. "He came once a week to pray and minded his own business," Ali...
  • France sees 19,000 cyberattacks since terror rampage

    Hackers have targeted about 19,000 French websites since a rampage by Islamic extremists left 20 dead last week, a top French cyberdefense official said Thursday as the president tried to calm the nation's inflamed religious tensions. France is on...
  • 5 Yemeni detainees released from Guantanamo Bay despite GOP resistance

    5 Yemeni detainees released from Guantanamo Bay despite GOP resistance
    Five detainees were released from the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, this week, as the Obama administration continued transferring captives to other countries despite Republican resistance. The five men were reportedly Yemeni but were not released...
  • 5 Guantanamo prisoners released

    5 Guantanamo prisoners released
    Five men from Yemen were freed from the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, after more than a dozen years of captivity and sent to Estonia and Oman for resettlement, U.S. officials said Wednesday, the latest in a wave of releases that have alarmed...
  • Yemen branch of Al Qaeda says it planned Paris attack

    Al Qaeda's affiliate in Yemen on Wednesday claimed responsibility for planning and financing last week’s massacre at a satirical magazine in Paris. The assertion came as U.S. intelligence agencies' ability to track the group has been hobbled by...
  • Yemen's al-Qaida claims responsibility for Charlie Hebdo attack, vows more violence

    Yemen's al-Qaida branch on Wednesday confirmed it carried out last week's deadly assault on a French satirical newspaper to avenge cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad, as it called for unity among jihadi ranks and vowed more attacks on the West. In...
  • Al Qaeda en Yemen se atribuye responsabilidad por ataque a semanario francés

    Al Qaeda en Yemen se atribuye responsabilidad por ataque a semanario francés
    Al Qaeda en Yemen se atribuyó la responsabilidad por el ataque al semanario satírico francés Charlie Hebdo, al sostener que éste fue ordenado por la cúpula del grupo militante islamista en respuesta a unos insultos al Profeta Mahoma, según un video...
  • Recent events in Paris

    The recent excitement in Paris produced an occasion of great surprise to an American observer, certainly to one who witnessed the transformation fear exacted from America's governing elite by the 9/11 attacks in 2001. In France, the jihad killings last...
  • Paris terror attacks investigation points to international conspiracy

    The investigation into last week's terror attacks in and around Paris has unearthed hints of foreign militant involvement in planning, financing and arming the French-born gunmen who killed 17 people in the deadliest attack on the country in decades....
  • Fledgling Paris terrorists fell through the cracks

    Fledgling Paris terrorists fell through the cracks
    They were a career criminal and his girlfriend, a failed rapper and his older brother. At least two had spent time in French jails. All seemed to fit a now-familiar profile: Disenchanted young Europeans of working-class immigrant backgrounds who...