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Topic: Al Qaeda in the Maghreb
How NATO could find itself protecting Qaddafi loyalists in Libya
Good Reads: Libyan rebels' push on Sirte, Nigeria's Boko Haram, Clooney's satellites
Mali's two-pronged approach to combating Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb
Hostage video: Europeans kidnapped in Nigeria blame Al Qaeda
Islamist militants clash with Mauritanian forces
West Africa Rising: Libya war boosting Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb?
The future of Al Qaeda and its likely leader
European concerns grow about Al Qaeda's presence in the Sahel
Bin Laden's death puts exclamation point on Al Qaeda's demise
In Africa's Sahel region, concerns deepen over Libya, Al Qaeda
Africans debate impact of Osama bin Laden killing
Morocco bombing bears hallmark of Al Qaeda group
Morocco explosion at cafe kills 14
Qaddafi claims Al Qaeda could overrun Libya. Could it?
Qaddafi's ties to rebel groups scrutinized as 'African mercenaries' patrol Libya
Five possible solutions for kidnappings in Africa's Sahel region
Is it better to pay a ransom for hostages, or stage a rescue?
Officials blame Al Qaeda for killing of French hostages in Niger
WikiLeaks cables reveal US-Algeria partnership for battling Al Qaeda
Osama bin Laden threatens French troops, criticizes France burqa ban
Dormant Western Sahara threatens to heat up
Saudis warn France of an Al Qaeda attack. Are they right?
Ex-French intelligence official: Europe travel warnings point to real terror threat
France arrests 12 as concerns grow about 'homegrown' terrorism
France unusually rattled as reports of Europe terror plots emerge
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