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Some Afghans have gone to ground since the release of documents on Wikileaks. In some cases, it's impossible to tell if someone is hiding or has been disappeared.
It's going to be a while before we know how much damage this event is going to cause.
Washington D.C. and New York are in the cross hairs of terrorists. More in The Hunt from JJ Green.
White House calls the disclosures 'alarming" and scrambles to assess the damage.
According to Janes, "Myanmar is taking measures to propagate an indigenous nuclear programme, but its ability to advance along the route towards nuclearisation is severely hampered by an overly ambitious programme and limited expertise." National Security Correspondent JJ Green has details.
J.J. Green speaks exclusively with former Osama bin Laden associate Noman Benotman about why Awlaki is so popular.
Has the intelligence community become too big for its own good? For analysis, we spoke with Federal News Radio national security correspondent, J.J. Green.
The widow of one of the world's most famous Russian spies who defected to the U.S. a decade ago talked about his death in an exclusive interview.
'The man who kept the secrets' talks openly about leaving Russia
The radical Yemeni-American cleric, Anwar al-Awlaki, is believed to be hiding in Yemen since 2004. The U.S. says he is an active al-Qaida recruiter and has placed him on the CIA's list of terrorist targets to be killed or captured, despite his American citizenship. National Security Correspondent JJ Green learns more from former CIA unit head Mike Scheuer.