بالفيديو.. الإعلامي المصري أحمد موسى: القاعدة التركية في قطر هدفها السعودية والإمارات

القاهرة، مصر (CNN)— قال الإعلامي المصري، أحمد موسى، إن الهدف الذي تريده الحكومة التركية على حد تعبيره، هو البقاء على مرمى البصر من المملكة العربية السعودية والإمارات العربية المتحدة.

Five years after bin Laden, Al-Qaeda down but far from out

Replaced as the preeminent global jihadist power by the Islamic State group, Al-Qaeda nonetheless remains a potent force and dangerous threat, experts sayFive years after the killing of Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, the network he founded is far from dead even if it has suffered a series of setbacks. Replaced as the preeminent global jihadist power by the Islamic State group, Al-Qaeda nonetheless remains a potent force and dangerous threat, experts say. With last year’s Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris and a wave of shootings in West Africa, Al-Qaeda has shown it can still carry out its trademark spectacular attacks.

Kuwait victims arrive, hidden from media – New Zimbabwe.com


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Kuwait victims arrive, hidden from media
New Zimbabwe.com
JOURNALISTS were Saturday left disappointed after they were prevented by government ministers from witnessing the arrival of 32 “traumatised” Zimbabwean human trafficking victims who were arriving from Kuwait at the Harare International Airport.
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Al-Qaeda after bin Laden

A French soldier patrols a market in Gao, northern MaliDubai (AFP) – The jihadist group Al-Qaeda has survived the death of its founder Osama bin Laden on May 2, 2011 and bolstered its notoriety with attacks in Africa, Europe and Yemen.