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The Guardian: Global terrorism rose 43% in 2013 despite al-Qaida splintering, US reports


The Guardian: Global terrorism rose 43% in 2013 despite al-Qaida splintering, US reports

April 30, 2014

The Guardian discusses global terrorism trends identified in the Department of State's annual Country Terrorism Report, which uses data and statistics from START's Global Terrorism Database. The article primarily highlights aspects of the report that explain al-Qaida affiliates' increasing activity and local/regional focus. Read the full Guardian article here.

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