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AQAdventure Quest (online game)
AQAir Quality
AQl'Aquila (Italy)
AQAdvanced Queuing (trademark of Oracle)
AQAcquisition
AQAntarctica (top level domain name)
AQAmerican Samoa
AQAqueous
AQAquinas College
AQAl-Qaida (terrorist group)
AQAqua (blue-green color)
AQAhn'qiraj (gaming instance, World of Warcraft)
AQAloha Airlines
AQAutomatic Qualifying (sports)
AQAssurance Qualité (French: Quality Assurance)
AQAs Quoted (market price)
AQAminoquinoline (chemistry)
AQAction Quake (gaming team)
AQAircraft Quality (steel)
AQAlliance Quebec (Canadian English Rights Lobby Group)
AQAchievement Quotient
AQApplication Question
AQAnnual Questionnaire
AQArchitectural Quality
AQAcoustic Quantification
AQAccumulator-Quotient Register
AQAcquisitions Directorate (USAF)
AQAccess Queue
AQAllowance Quantity
AQ(USN Rating) Aviation Fire Control Technician
AQAnnual Quantity (UK; gas production)
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In 2014, Al-Khalidi was an al-Qaida battalion commander and received funding from al-Qaida.
The Pakistanis estimate that al-Qaida has lost 40 loyalists, of all ranks, to U.
Over the long term, the United States' yearslong campaign to put down the al-Qaida branch is likely to suffer, warns Bill Roggio from Long War Journal, which chronicles militant activities.
In neighbouring Pakistan, Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Pakistani Taliban have overshadowed al-Qaida.
With Al-Qaida affiliates in Africa and Asia, he said, mid-level commanders bring technological knowledge and a focus on innovative attack planning.
In more than 100 receipts left in a building occupied by al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb in Timbuktu earlier this year, the extremists assiduously tracked their cash flow, recording purchases as small as a single light bulb.
aircraft and completely destroyed two cars carrying suspected al-Qaida members in the valley of Bana in Lahj's suburbs, and killed five.
Yemeni authorities said they uncovered an al-Qaida plot to target foreign embassies in Sanaa and international shipping in the Red Sea.
The State Department said al-Harbi is an Iran-based Al-Qaida facilitator and deputy to al-Fadhli.
Though there was no immediate claim of responsibility, the leader of al-Qaida in Iraq declared on Sunday a new offensive aimed at sowing instability across the country.
SANAA -- Al-Qaida gunmen shot dead a Yemeni intelligence officer in the southern province of al-Bayda, Yemen's defence ministry said.
The official said the al-Qaida member was killed in a drone strike early Monday local time, The Associated Press reported, adding al-Libi was promoted to the second-highest position in al-Qaida when Ayman al-Zawahri became the group leader shortly after Osama bin Laden was killed in May 2011.