Slaughter In The Name Of Allah (SWT)

Mid-East cycle of vengeance
The Haifa suicide attack by a woman claiming revenge for her brother's death goes right to heart of the cycle of violence ravaging the Middle East.
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Israel suicide attack kills 20
At least 19 people are killed and up to 50 injured by a female suicide bomber in the northern port of Haifa.
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Pakistan gets tough with al-Qaeda
The BBC's Zaffar Abbas says the army wanted its operation against al-Qaeda to shows its sincerity in wanting to eliminate terrorists.
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Choking off al-Qaeda's cash lifeline
The BBC's Frank Gardner reports on the struggle to stop funds getting to al-Qaeda militants.
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The Bali bombing 'mastermind'
BBC News Online profiles Mukhlas, the alleged operational head of the militant group Jemaah Islamiah.
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Indonesian police in Pakistan
A team of investigators from Indonesia who are in Pakistan question the younger brother of the alleged leader of the militant Islamic group Jemaah Islamiyah.
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Soldiers fall victim to Algeria ambush
Eight soldiers are reported killed in the second attack by suspected Islamic militants in a fortnight.
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Israel detains key militant
The West Bank leader of Islamic Jihad is captured, as the Israeli cabinet considers extending the security fence.
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World's 'most dangerous' dispute
Pakistan's President says Kashmir is the world's most dangerous debate as attitudes over ownership remain at odds.
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Al-Qaeda plotters sentenced
A major trial of 23 suspected al-Qaeda militants in Belgium ends with convictions for all but five of the accused.
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'Militants shot dead' in Kashmir
The Indian army says it killed 15 Islamic militants trying to cross into Indian-controlled Kashmir from Pakistan.
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Suffering Kashmiris stand up for rights
Villagers caught in the middle of attacks in Kashmir protest at their treatment by Indian troops, reports the BBC's Matthew Grant.
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Sadat killing mastermind freed
A militant who ordered the assassination of President Sadat in 1981 is released after 22 years in jail.
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Jail terms in Morocco terror trials
Eighteen suspected men get prison sentences, as part of a crackdown on suspected Muslim militants in Morocco.
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Six killed in Israeli raids
Israeli raids against militants in the West Bank and Gaza Strip leave five Palestinians and an Israeli soldier dead.
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Saudis hand over Yemeni suspects
Saudi Arabia has extradited nine terror suspects to Yemen amid a security crackdown, Saudi officials say.
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Indian police end kidnap ordeal
Police in north-east India rescue a Bangladeshi man they say was kidnapped two months ago by suspected militants.
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Islamic charity cleared of Hamas link
The Charity Commission says the US has failed to prove a British charity is linked to Palestinian militants.
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Thailand 'foiled' attack on El Al
Militants planned to attack an Israeli airliner in Bangkok, according to Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra.
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'Militant zeal' drove missionary killer
An Indian man sentenced to die for killing an Australian missionary and his sons hoped to stop Christianity spreading, the judge says.
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Malaysia 'militants' stay locked up
Malaysia says a group of suspected Muslim militants held under tough security laws will remain in detention.
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Turkey detains Kurd leaders
Two pro-Kurdish leaders are held for attending a festival in Germany, which officials say was organised by militants.
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Arroyo reviews militant manhunt
President Gloria Arroyo takes stock of the manhunt for a high-profile militant in the southern Philippines.
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Al-Aqsa 'rivals' die after gunbattle
Two members of the militant al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades are killed in a gunbattle in Tulkarm, Palestinian officials say.
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Indonesia police fear new attack
Indonesia's police chief says that militants are planning more attacks, and that the war on terrorism is far from over.
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Separatists killed in Kashmir
Indian security forces say they have shot dead 12 suspected militants in continuing gun battles along the Line of Control.
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Militant killed in Gaza gun battle
A Palestinian militant is killed in a heavy gun battle after Israeli troops enter a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip.
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Turkey arrests 'foil bomb plot'
Two left-wing militants and an accomplice suspected of planning suicide bombings are captured in Istanbul.
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Kashmir police 'kill top militant'
Indian police and the Jaish-e-Mohammad militant group dispute the identity of a militant shot dead in Srinagar.
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Kashmir 'rebel commander' killed
The security forces in Indian Kashmir say they have killed a commander of the militant group Lashkar-e-Toiba.
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India warns over Kashmir violence
India's defence minister says that security forces will give an appropriate response to the increase in attacks by militants in Indian Kashmir.
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Soldiers die in Kashmir attack
Four Indian soldiers are killed in an attack by separatist guerrillas in the disputed state of Kashmir, police say.
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Kashmir minister quits over 'rebel link'
The agriculture minister in Indian-administered Kashmir offers to resign after reports link him to militants who attacked a Hindu shrine.
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EU blacklists Hamas political wing
Diplomats finalise details of their decision to put the political wing of the Palestinian militant group Hamas on its list of terrorist groups.
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Muslims fight on over banned charity
British Muslims continue a campaign to clear the name of a charity linked by Washington to Palestinian militants.
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Israel strikes at Palestinian militant
Israel bombs the home of a Hamas leader as the new Palestinian PM, Ahmed Qurei, considers how to deal with the crisis.
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Bush puts pressure on Palestinian PM
The US president says Ahmed Qurei must crack down on militants, a day after two bombings killed 15 Israelis.
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Attacks wreck peace hopes
Israel had been bracing itself for suicide bombings since its army attempted to kill Hamas leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin.
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Suicide attack at Israeli army base
A blast at a bus stop outside an army base near Tel Aviv leaves eight dead and dozens wounded.
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Can't do Cancun, can do Cancon
Militant farmer Jose Bove, banned from the World Trade talks in Cancun, is taking his protest instead to the tiny French village of Cancon.
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US-Israel-India: Strategic axis?
Ariel Sharon's trip to India comes amid growing calls for the US, Israel and India to do more to fight Islamic militants, says Louise Tillin.
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Three killed in Hebron raid
Three Palestinians including a 12-year-old boy die in an Israeli army search for militants in Hebron.
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Saudis told to report missing sons
Saudi authorities call for information about absent relatives for fear they have joined Islamic militant groups.
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Arafat nominee pressed on terror
Washington and Israel say the next Palestinian prime minister will be judged on his ability to control militant groups.
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Indonesian cleric faces appeal
Prosecutors say they want a longer sentence for Abu Bakar Ba'syir, suspected of leading an Asian militant group.
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Israel on alert for Hamas attacks
Israel steps up security after Palestinian militants vow to avenge the attempted killing of Hamas leader Sheikh Yassin.
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Attack on militant breaks new ground
The BBC's Kylie Morris says the strike in Gaza and resignation of Abu Mazen spells a disastrous day for the Middle East.
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Hamas leader hurt in Israeli raid
An Israeli air strike on Gaza City slightly injures the spiritual leader of the Hamas militants, Sheikh Yassin.
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Six dead in Kashmir blast
A bomb at a fruit market in Srinagar kills six civilians and injures many others in Indian-administered Kashmir.
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Anger at top Arab reporter's arrest
Al-Jazeera TV condemns the arrest of its journalist Tayseer Alouni in Spain on suspicion of links to al-Qaeda militants.
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Spain arrests top Arab reporter
Police detain leading al-Jazeera TV journalist Tayseer Alouni on suspicion of links to al-Qaeda militants.
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Two dead in Nablus gun battle
A Palestinian militant and an Israeli soldier die as troops target a building in the West Bank town.
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Three killed in Kashmir clash
Two militants and a bystander are killed in the troubled region after troops allegedly kill a top militant.
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Analysis: Kashmir's rising violence
The BBC's Altaf Hussein in Srinagar looks at why militant attacks are on the increase.
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Kurdish rebels abandon truce
Kurdish militants in Turkey call off a four-year ceasefire, accusing the government of neglecting Kurdish rights.
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Fresh violence rocks Kashmir
At least 13 people die in separate incidents in Indian-administered Kashmir after troops allegedly kill a top militant.
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Thais charged with terror plots
Four alleged Thai members of the militant JI group are accused of planning embassy and tourist spot attacks.
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Israeli strikes 'kill militant'
An Israeli missile strike on a car in Gaza City is said to have killed a suspected member of Hamas.
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'Militants' killed in Delhi gunbattle
Indian police kill two alleged Kashmiri militants hours after finding explosives in the capital's main railway station.
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Kashmir militant chief reported killed
Indian border guards say one of the plotters of the Delhi parliament attack in 2001 has been killed near Srinagar.
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Israeli strike kills two militants
Angry Palestinians call for revenge after two militants are killed in an Israeli missile strike in Gaza.
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Militants 'kill Kurd police chief'
Kurdish officials say their deputy chief of police has been shot dead by Islamic militant group Ansar al-Islam.
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Militants clash with Afghan troops
Three Afghan soldiers are reported killed in a US-backed offensive on Taleban positions near the Pakistan border.
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Israeli shot dead in West Bank
An Israeli is killed by Palestinian gunmen as violence continues in the Middle East.
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Israeli missile kills Hamas militant
An Israeli missile strike kills a Hamas militant in Gaza after the group fired a rocket at an Israeli city.
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Israel acts against Gaza militants
Israel's prime minister orders the army to take "all necessary steps" against militants after they fired a rocket on an Israeli city.
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Palestinian charity funds frozen
The Palestinian Authority freezes accounts belonging to charities with suspected links to militant groups.
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Arafat's ceasefire call rejected
Hamas rejects calls by Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat for militant groups to reinstate their truce.
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Four dead in Srinagar battle
Indian police storm a hotel in Kashmir where suspected militants are holed up during a visit by the prime minister.
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UK charity's assets frozen
A leading Islamic charity faces a formal investigation by regulators after the US accuses it of funding militant group Hamas.
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Arafat calls for new ceasefire
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat calls on militant groups to reinstate their truce, as crisis talks begin in Gaza City.
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Bystander killed in Israeli air strike
A bystander dies and 20 people are injured as Hamas militants escape an Israeli air strike on their car in Gaza.
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Profile: Lashkar-e-Toiba
The BBC's Zaffar Abbas looks at the Pakistan-based group some are blaming for the latest bomb attacks in Bombay.
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Palestinians seized from hospital
Israeli troops detain two militants being treated for wounds in intensive care in the West Bank, sources say.
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Hamas militants vow revenge
The militant arm of the Palestinian group Hamas vows to avenge Sunday's Israeli missile strike which killed four in Gaza.
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Gaza missile attack kills four
Israeli helicopter gunships kill four members of the militant Palestinian group Hamas in a rocket attack in Gaza City.
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Palestinian leaders vie for control
More divisions emerge over security issues after it is proposed that a leading Fatah member take charge.
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Pakistan talks tough on Taleban
The Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf, has told a United States Congressional delegation visiting Islamabad that his country will not tolerate any militant attacks across the border into Afghanistan.
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Malaysia frees 'key militant'
A man alleged to be an ex-leader of the militant group JI is freed from jail in Malaysia, ahead of deportation to Indonesia.
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US freezes Hamas accounts
Washington freezes the assets of six members of Hamas and charities it says support the militant Palestinian group.
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Analysis: Missed opportunity in Mid-East
Behind the seven-week truce by militant Palestinian groups was real, if modest, progress in the peace process. The truce and any progress have now been blown apart.
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In pictures: Hamas funeral
As many as 100,000 Palestinians mourn assassinated Hamas leader Abu Shanab as Israeli troops pledge a crackdown on militants.
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How Mid-East truce was built and broken
BBC News Online looks at how a truce by Palestinian militant groups was established and broken.
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In pictures: Israeli strike
Israeli troops move into the West Bank, and a missile air strike hits a leading Hamas militant, following the suicide bomb in Jerusalem.
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Israel raids West Bank cities
The Israeli army makes some arrests in raids in Jenin and Nablus after Tuesday's suicide bombing.
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Abu Mazen orders Israel blast arrests
The Palestinian PM vows to bring to justice the militants behind Tuesday's suicide attack in Jerusalem.
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Toughest test for roadmap
The bombing of a packed bus in central Jerusalem throws the peace process into confusion.
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Bus bomb carnage in Jerusalem
A suicide bomber wrecks a bus in Jerusalem, killing up to 20 people in a serious blow to peace efforts.
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Sahara hostages freed
Fourteen Europeans held by militants in the Sahara for more than five months have been freed, Mali says.
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US Muslim charity chief jailed
The leader of a Muslim charity is convicted of fraud after diverting funds to Islamic militant groups.
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'Taleban' storm Afghan security post
Up to 200 suspected Taleban militants attack a security post in the south-east, killing three soldiers, officials say.
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Setback for West Bank talks
Israeli and Palestinian officials fail to set a timetable for the return to Palestinian control of West Bank towns.
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Israel arrests militant leader
The Israelis hold a suspected Islamic Jihad leader in Qalqilya - a town set to be returned to Palestinian control.
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More Palestinian prisoners freed
Israel frees a further 73 Palestinian prisoners in what, it says, is a gesture to the US-backed peace plan.
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Jemaah Islamiah still a threat
The arrest of terror suspect Hambali may dent but not quash the power of SE Asian militant group Jemaah Islamiah.
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Saudi Arabia's growing tensions
BA's decision to suspend flights to Saudi Arabia comes after months of tension in the kingdom, writes Liam McSheffrey.
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Israelis kill Hebron militant chief
Israeli troops kill an Islamic Jihad leader in a gun battle in the West Bank city of Hebron.
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Five killed in Saudi gunfight
Four Saudi police officers and one suspected Islamic militant die in a shoot-out in Riyadh.
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Suicide bombers shatter Israeli calm
Two Israelis die in the first suicide bombings in more than a month but Palestinian militants say the truce holds.
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Jail demand for Indonesian cleric
Prosecutors want a 15-year jail term for Abu Bakar Ba'syir, suspected of heading a militant Muslim network.
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Kashmir Hindus urged to return
A leading Islamic militant group urges Hindus who fled fighting in Indian-administered Kashmir to return home.
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Jakarta nightclub attacker jailed
An Indonesian court sentences the leader of a militant Islamic group to seven months in jail for organising attacks on restaurants and nightclubs selling alcohol in the capital, Jakarta.
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Indonesia cleric rallies supporters
The suspected leader of the country's most deadly militant group tells supporters to fear nothing.
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US warns of more Iraq attacks
The top US official in Iraq says Islamic militants are planning major attacks, as unrest continues in the UK zone.
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Bombers 'trained with al-Qaeda'
Indonesia's defence minister says he is sure Islamic militants bombed a US-owned hotel in Jakarta.
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In pictures: Nablus raid
Two militant Hamas leaders are killed along with two other Palestinians and an Israeli soldier following an Israeli raid in Nablus.
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Hamas vows Israel raid payback
The armed wing of Hamas calls for revenge after two leaders of the militant group are killed by the Israeli army.
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Severed head clue to Jakarta bomb
A head found at the scene of a hotel bombing in Indonesia is that of an Islamic militant, police say.
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Indonesia's Muslim militants
BBC News Online looks at the main Muslim militant groups operating in Indonesia.
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Escaped Philippine militant killed
A Muslim militant who escaped from jail with bomb-maker Fathur Rohman al-Ghozi is killed by Philippine soldiers.
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Grenade attack in Kashmir
At least two Indian soldiers are killed after a militant attack in Indian-administered Kashmir.
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Militants to stay in Arafat compound
Palestinian officials drop plans to transfer a group of militants to jail, after threats of renewed attacks on Israel.
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Militant threat after Palestinian arrests
The al-Aqsa group threatens to resume attacks against Israelis after Palestinian police arrest 20 of their members.
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Israel agrees prisoner releases
Israel says it will free around 440 Palestinian prisoners from its jails, a number lower than originally thought.
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Palestinians arrest Arafat HQ militants
Police arrest about 20 militants wanted by Israel who were holed up in Yasser Arafat's West Bank HQ.
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Beirut blast kills Hezbollah fighter
The death of a militant in a car bomb attack prompts accusations of Israeli involvement.
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Kashmir rebels 'beat girl to death'
Police in Indian-administered Kashmir say militants beat to death the nine-year-old daughter of a suspected informer.
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Sharon defiant over Israeli 'wall'
The Israeli leader tells President Bush work on a controversial security barrier will go on despite criticism.
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Turkey approves amnesty for Kurds
Parliament passes a controversial bill granting Kurdish militants conditional amnesty.
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