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Anonymous vs. Zetas Amid Mexico's Cartel Violence

The repercussions from the online activist collective Anonymous' previous operations never have been as grave as in its present campaign against the Mexican cartel Los Zetas.

Dissecting a Mexican Cartel Bombing in Monterrey

The detonation of explosives inside a vehicle in the Mexican city of Monterrey provides a useful occasion to discuss STRATFOR's methodology for analyzing tactical events.

Yemen: Fallout from the al-Awlaki Airstrike

Al Qaeda's Yemeni franchise, al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, lost two prominent ideological leaders in a U.S. airstrike Sept. 30. This loss will severely hamper the group's outreach to English-speaking Muslims.

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