Today's Roundup

Pam Labonte, left, weeps as her son Sgt. Mark Labonte, right, hugs his wife, Meghan, upon his returning home with the Vermont Army National Guard 131st Engineer Company in South Burlington, Vt. after almost a year spent in Iraq. (AP Photo/Alden Pellett)


More info on Captured AQ Financier

Operation Anchorage Nets 5 Suspected Insurgents, Stops VBIED

Al-Qaida killing nets big intelligence find

Joint Raid Routs Insurgents from Hadithah Triad

Iraqi Insurgent Faction Breaks Silence, Accusing Al-Qaida of Fanaticism, Torture, and Murder

Captured Iranian Qods Force officer a regional commander in Iraq

Coalition forces target Special Groups member, kill 25 terrorists

Iraqi Security Forces kill three al-Qaeda terrorists outside of Tikrit

Iraqi Army Scouts, U.S. Special Forces detain five, kill two

Coalition forces kill one terrorist, detain eight suspects

Iraqi Army seizes weapons, IED materials

Al-Qaeda tries and fails to stand up to concerned citizens

Afghanistan / Pakistan:

Afghan, NATO forces kill 20 militants, district retaken

Operation Honest Soldier forcing Taliban from their stronghold

Several militants killed in Paktika Province

Three would-be suicide bombers killed in Paktika

The West:

FBI Tape Played in Terrorism Trial (Liberty City Seven)

Man arrested after attempted bombing of US embassy (Austria)

Terrorists using prepaid cards to transfer money, inquiry hears (Canada)

Youth arrested under Terrorism Act (UK)

Israel / Levant:

98 Islamic Militants Buried in Lebanese Mass Grave (Fatah al Islam)

Three Palestinians killed in Gaza car blast (work accident)

Turkey: Italian priest's killer faces lengthy sentence

IDF kills terrorist near Gaza security fence

India / Pakistan:

Fiercest encounter in 5 years ends in Kashmir - 9 militants, 3 troopers killed

Two LeT militants, jawan killed in gunbattle

Punjab police bust gang of terrorists

Lashkar OGW arrested

Seven rebels killed in northeast India


Algeria: Terror plot foiled in north

Southeast Asia:

4 government troops, 6 Sayyaf men killed in Basilan clash

Alleged terrorists could face death sentence in Indonesia

Indonesian militant sentenced to 15 years in Christian killings

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