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Nigerien and US officials told the newspaper that Central Intelligence Agency operatives have been flying surveillance drones from a small airport in the town of Dirkou.
The group claims support of Al-Qaeda and is headed by Zaqir Rashid Bhat alias Zaqir Musa, who hails from a village in the Tral area of Pulwama district.
Al-Asiri is believed to have masterminded the attempted Christmas Day, 2009, bombing of a US-bound passenger jet.
An attempt of Zakir Musa-led Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind, a unit of al-Qaeda, to disturb Independence Day celebrations in Delhi and Jammu was foiled with the arrest of a Kashmiri militant.
President Rodrigo Duterte recently signed a law to create greater Muslim autonomy in the south which is hoped to end the conflict.
Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Chouhan attacks Congress leader Digvijay Singh again over 'Osamaji' remark
Chouhan had last week, in an apparent reference to Singh's calling Osama bin Laden as "Osama-ji" years ago asked if adding the honorific `Ji' for a terrorist was not an anti-national act.
Starting on Wednesday morning, a series of barricades on the road leading into the towns were removed to let dozens of buses in.
The Interior Ministry said in a statement that the shooting happened on Sunday afternoon in al-Qassim.
Prince Mohammed has spearheaded a string of policy changes in ultraconservative Saudi Arabia, including reinstating cinemas and allowing women to drive.
The Intelligence Committee voted 10-5 to forward her nomination to the entire Senate, virtually assuring that she will earn final approval to lead the US spy agency replacing Mike Pompeo.
In a statement on the messaging app Telegram, the jihadist group said Juburi was killed because he was "an atheist".
Facebook today said new detection tools wielded by its counterterrorism team are quickly detecting and removing extremist propaganda for the Islamic State group and al-Qaeda.
The main jihadist alliance in Africa's Sahel region with links to Al-Qaeda on Friday claimed an attack last weekend on the UN camp of international troops in northern Mali's historic city of Timbuktu.
Omar al-Bashir's dismissal of Sudan's foreign minister, Khartoum's top negotiator with Washington, is unlikely to affect efforts to have Khartoum removed from a US "terrorism" blacklist, experts say.
Federal authorities charged the men in 2015, along with a fourth who pleaded guilty last year.