NEWS & ANALYSIS

Afghanistan: The Forgotten Front

A report out this week on the deterioration of the Afghanistan situation and the strengthening of the Taliban and al Qaeda coincides with the country's deadliest suicide attack since the overthrow of the Taliban.

32 al Qaeda Operatives Convicted in Yemen

The defendants were convicted of planning suicide bombings against oil and gas installations in the country.

EU Proposes New Antiterrorism Laws

New proposal concentrates on terrorists using the Internet and mandating more passenger information for those flying to or from EU states.

DHS Cuts Chemicals from Security Risk List

The agency amended its original list of chemicals to regulate due to industry pressure.

Head of MI-5 Says Al Qaeda Grooming British Homegrown Terrorists

British intelligence has identified 2,000 people with links to international terrorism.

EU to Outlaw Internet Terrorism

Measure seeks to shut down "virtual training camps."

Spanish Court Convicts 21 for Madrid Train Bombings

Seven acquittals show the difficulty of convicting suspects not directly involved with the attack.

Local Law Enforcement Counterterrorism Efforts Highlighted

Senior police officers tell Congress why they are the "first preventors of terrorism."

New York Governor's New Plan Would Still Give Licenses to Illegal Aliens

Plan would create three separate but secure driver's licenses.

Insect Insurgents

Could bugs be the next terrorist weapon? A Boston Globe op-ed thinks so.
 




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