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Mali unrest

Malian government says it exchanged 4 prisoners to secure release of a French hostage held for 3 years by Al Qaeda - @AP

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Report on CIA interrogation methods

CIA Director John Brennan says detainees that were subject to enhanced interrogation techniques did provide 'useful intelligence' for Osama bin Laden mission - live video

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Report on CIA interrogation methods

CIA Director John Brennan: 'The previous administration faced agonizing choices about how to pursue al-Qaida' - live video

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US journalist Luke Somers killed in Yemen

Militants allied with al-Qaida say they attacked US section of Al Anad military airbase in Yemen in response to Luke Somers rescue mission; Yemeni Defense Ministry officials say 6 rockets were fired, with some Yemeni troops wounded - @cnnbrk

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US journalist Luke Somers killed in Yemen

al-Qaida in Yemen blames US for American and South African hostage deaths - @AlArabiya_Eng

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Report on CIA interrogation methods

US has handed a suspected al-Qaida militant, named in Senate report as 1 of the objects of harsh CIA interrogation techniques, over to the custody of the Afghan government, lawyer says - @Reuters

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Osama bin Laden killed

Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA torture rejects the notion that the agency would not have found Osama Bin Laden if it had not tortured detainees - @nytimes

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al-Qaida

#BREAKING: Senate investigators accuse CIA of torturing al-Qaida prisoners far beyond legal boundaries - @AP - @DenverChannel

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al-Qaida

More: French President Francois Hollande says freed al-Qaida hostage Serge Lazarevic is in 'relatively good health' despite the conditions of his captivity - @AP

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al-Qaida

Hostage Serge Lazarevic released more than 3 years after being seized by al-Qaida in Mali, French President Francois Hollande confirms - @AP, @BBCNews

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US journalist Luke Somers killed in Yemen

Senior US defense official denies jihadist claims that al-Qaida captured a US soldier during failed bid to rescue American journalist Luke Somers, says vest shown in photo would not belong to member of mission - @NBCNews

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US journalist Luke Somers killed in Yemen

Editor's note: The SITE intelligence monitoring group is reporting on jihadist claims that a US soldier was captured by al-Qaida militants during the failed attempt to rescue hostage Luke Somers Saturday. We are looking for officials to comment on this story. - Tricia

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US journalist Luke Somers killed in Yemen

US officials say a dog might have tipped off al-Qaida militants to Navy Seals' arrival in failed bid to rescue hostages - @NBCNews

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US journalist Luke Somers killed in Yemen

South Africa confirms body of slain al-Qaida hostage Pierre Korkie, who died alongside American Luke Somers during a failed US-led rescue attempt, will be transported home Monday - @itvnews

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US military drone program

Pakistani intelligence officials: Key al Qaeda figure killed in suspected US drone strike is Umar Farooq - @cnnbrk

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US military drone program

Update: Senior member of al Qaeda and 3 other suspected militants were killed in Pakistan by US drone strike, Pakistan says - @Reuters

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Egypt

Egyptian court sentences 7 jihadis to death including prominent Islamist militant Adel Habara - @Reuters

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US journalist Luke Somers killed in Yemen

US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel says Luke Somers killed in US rescue operation, both Somers and a 2nd non-US hostage were killed by the al-Qaida group during the operation - statement

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US journalist Luke Somers killed in Yemen

US journalist Luke Somers killed during attempted rescue from al-Qaida captors in Yemen, US official says - @nytimes

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2009 New York subway and United Kingdom plot

More: Adnan el Shukrijuma was on FBI 'most wanted terrorists' list, described as al-Qaida's global operations chief, a position once held by Khalid Sheikh Mohammed - @BBCNews

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