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3/6/17 Scoot 2pm- Trump's new travel ban
Will it work this time? Iraq is no longer one of the listed nations under the travel ban and green card and visa holders will be exempt from the ban. Are you satisfied with that?
lost control of their territory. To terrorist groups like I saw Laura al - Qaeda . And its affiliates. And it's I ran Syria Somalia Sudan Yemen and Libya that are now on the list Iraq has been
Top al - Qaeda terrorist reportedly killed
Reports from overseas say a top al - Qaeda terrorist has been killed. He's been named as Abu al-Khair al-Masri, al - Qaeda 's number 2, and a son-in-law of Osama bin Laden. Reports are that al-Masri was killed on Sunday in a U
American Muslims hope to change minds
Tonight an American Muslim group wants to tell people that terrorists like ISIS and al Qaeda do not represent the religion of Islam. Imam Mubashar Ahmad of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community says the news has not been good
Russia accused of bombing U.S.-armed rebels
describing the allegations as a "war of disinformation." Orlov said the targets were installations for ISIS and al Nusra Front, al Qaeda 's affiliate in Syria, "two terrorist organizations recognized as such." The U.S. and Russia agree on the need to fight
US working to verify evidence Yemen al-Qaida leader killed
U.S. intelligence officials said they were working to verify evidence that al Qaeda 's number two figure, the leader of its virulent Yemen offshoot, has been killed. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity
U.S. drone strike kills American, Italian held hostage by al Qaida
The White House said Thursday that a U.S. counterterrorism operation in January accidentally killed two innocent hostages, an American and an Italian who were being held by al Qaeda . U.S. officials tell CBS News that the operatiosn were CIA drone strikes conducted on the 14 and 19th of January in ...
Obama administration: ISIS more dangerous than pre-9/11 al Qaeda
The Pentagon warns ISIS may pose an even bigger threat to the U.S. than al - Qaeda did before 9/11. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Thursday defended the failed U.S. attempt to rescue James Foley, but warned