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Afghan Security Forces Announce Killing of 'Al-Qaeda Key Member' Abu Muhsin al-Masri

WorldNews Sunday, 25 October 2020
Afghan Security Forces Announce Killing of 'Al-Qaeda Key Member' Abu Muhsin al-MasriAl-Qaeda leader Abu Muhsin al-Masri, also known as Husam Abd-al-Ra'uf and originally from Egypt, was wanted by the FBI for conspiracy to aid foreign terrorist organisations and for killing US nationals. ......
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