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Severe Setbacks to al-Shabaab's Intelligence Service

The surrender of the head of the Amniyat, al Shabaab's intelligence service, and the death of his successor, would be the latest in a series of setbacks for the al-Shabaab militia since the death of its former leader. However, Dr. Shaul Shay believes al-Shabaab is far from being defeated

Chinese J-11 fighter jets. Soon in Iraq in Syria?

Will China Strike against ISIS?

Report on the Financial Times and RT websites reveals that China has offered Iraq help in the form of air strikes against ISIS last September. China denies, but confirms that the Chinese government supports Iraq "in its own way"

Robert Hannigan (right) (Photo: AP)

UK Spy Chief: Social Media is a Command Center for Terror

According to AP, the new head of Britain’s electronic spying agency, GCHQ, said US-based social media have become "the command-and-control network of choice for terrorists and criminals", and that tech companies are in denial about its misuse

Report: ISIS is After Iran's Nuclear Program

"The Sunday Times" reports that a document written by a senior ISIS member was found, detailing a plan to achieve Iran's nuclear secrets. The document also contains suggestions to overthrow the ayatollahs in Tehran and assassinate Iranian officials
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