Kalimuddin is AQIS in-charge of Eastern India whose basic responsibility was to encourage people for ‘jihad’ and recruit youths for the same after identifying individuals having 'a suitable mindset.'
The Taliban have been holding talks with the U.S.for over a year in the Qatari capital, Doha, where the militant Islamic movement maintains a political office.
Russia-backed regime fighters have for weeks been chipping away at the edges of the jihadist-run stronghold of Idlib
The clashes with the Al Qaeda attackers left 20 soldiers dead and injured several others at the scene, according to the government official.
During the second Democratic presidential debate on 31 July, the Hawaiian lawmaker accused Donald Trump of propping up the Al Qaeda.
Mahmoud Afif Abdeljalil, 51, was detained on July 4 on Mindanao island, southern Philippines, and will be deported for illegal entry.
Hamza bin Laden's whereabouts have never been pinpointed. He was believed to have been under house arrest in Iran but reports suggest he also may have resided in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Syria.
A UNSC report said that the ISIL is reported to be moving towards a hub-and-spoke network in its remote provinces, a logical extension of the dispersed, delegated leadership approach.
The United Nations' humanitarian coordination office has documented 39 attacks against health facilities or medical workers in the area in three months.
Searches were conducted at five locations in Ramanathapuram, two in Theni and one each in Chennai, Tirunelveli, Madurai, Thanjavur, Perambalur, Nagapattinam and Tiruvarur.
The searches come a day after a special NIA court had granted the probe agency eight-day custody of 16 people arrested for allegedly attempting to set up the terror outfit, "Ansarullah."
MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said India’s security forces are capable and equipped to protect the country’s territorial integrity and sovereignty.
Ayman al-Zawahiri, has told 'Mujahideen in Kashmir' to inflict 'unrelenting blows' on the Indian Army and government in Jammu and Kashmir in a message.
Al Qaeda chief threatens India over Kashmir, unveils Pakistan's role in fueling cross-border terrorism
Writer Thomas Joscelyn, in his article for the journal, wrote that Al Qaeda has been grooming an upstart group to wage jihad against the Indian forces in Kashmir.
Pakistan's Counter-Terrorism Department received a communique alleging that the NGO was receiving huge sums for charity, which were being diverted to Al Qaeda to be used for terrorism.