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Topic: Al Qaeda in the Maghreb
Eiffel Tower bomb threat was the second in two weeks
Niger kidnappings show Al Qaeda group getting bolder
An Al Qaeda affiliate getting rich in Niger
France declares war against Al Qaeda after hostage killed
After Taliban Baradar arrest, does Bin Laden matter?
Air Al Qaeda: Are Latin America's drug cartels giving Al Qaeda a lift?
What Obama could learn from France about stopping terrorists
African music festival goes smoothly in Mali despite Al Qaeda threats
Mali moves music festival as tourism threatened by Al Qaeda threat
Al Qaeda rises in West Africa
Algeria hosts regional summit amid rise in terrorism
'Death to China' heard at Rafsanjani sermon. Why?
China warns citizens in Algeria of Al Qaeda threat
Al Qaeda-linked militant group in Mali executes British hostage
The West should focus on North Africa
In N. Africa, Al Qaeda offshoot claims six Western hostages
Mauritania hunts Al Qaeda militants
Strategic shift in North Africa militancy
Bombing suggests Al Qaeda remains a threat in Algeria
How much of a threat is Al Qaeda in North Africa?
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