From the Los Angeles Times

A Pakistani man holds a pamphlet, allegedly distributed by the Islamic State (IS), on Sept. 3. The following day Al Qaeda announced a new South Asia front to "wage jihad" in neighboring India, Bangladesh and Myanmar. Al Qaeda's global influence has been eclipsed by the rival terror group. A Majeed AFP/Getty Images

Al Qaeda hopes to exploit the plight of Myanmar’s embattled Muslims

BANGKOK, Thailand — Myanmar’s Rohingya people have been hacked to death, driven from their homes and quarantined in grubby camps. Many are shrunken fro … [Read More]