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The U.K. is beefing up its airport security after a U.S. report cited that terrorists may be developing bombs that could elude current screening systems.
By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security
At the end of the day, it is all about power, command and control. Al Qaeda corporate has severed ties to its ex-Syrian counterpart, the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIS) because the group continues to defy their influence, orders and strategic objectives.
“[Al-Qaeda] has no connection with the group called the ISIS, as it was not informed or consulted about its establishment.
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In this In Homeland Security podcast, William Tucker, Chief Correspondent for In Homeland Security, and Phillip Smyth, a researcher for the University of Maryland and expert on Syria and Lebanon, discuss the potential for a response to a U.S. punitive strike against the Syrian regime.
The Possibility of a Western Strike on Syria by APUS
By William Tucker
Chief Correspondent for In Homeland Security
Three suspected U.S. UAV strikes have taken in place in Yemen today reportedly killing 12 militants. UAV strikes can be fluid events and the death toll may rise among those currently reported as injured. The U.S. has taken a more aggressive counterterrorism role in Yemen with UAV strike having tripled since 2011.