A U.S. official said Atiyah Abd al-Rahman was killed August 22 in Pakistan's northwestern Waziristan trial area.
U.S. authorities have ordered more than 2 million people living along the eastern coast to evacuate their homes and move farther inland to avoid a powerful hurricane.
At least four people have been killed in a suicide car bombing in Afghanistan's southern Helmand Province.
The vice president of the breakaway Georgian region of Abkhazia has won the presidential election there.
The Turkmen government has pardoned more than 3,700 prisoners, including around 30 foreigners, and released them from prison.
Hundreds of militants from Afghanistan are reported to have crossed the border to carry out the coordinated pre-dawn attacks.
Reports from Algeria say 18 people have been killed and up to 20 others injured in an attack by two suicide bombers targeting a military academy.
Lawyers for a BBC journalist on trial in Tajikistan on charges of associating with a banned Islamic group say officials have acknowledged there were procedural violations during his arrest and detention.
Iran's Intelligence Ministry has detained over 30 ethnic Azeris in recent days over environmental protests.
The opposition Armenian National Congress (HAK) has suspended its ongoing dialogue with the authorities to protest the continuing detention of one of its activists arrested earlier this month.
Kyrgyz President Roza Otunbaeva has said that presidential elections scheduled for October 30 will not divide her country.
Prominent Egyptian rights activist Saad Eddin Ibrahim says that "the game is over" for embattled Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi and that the fall of Tripoli will hasten the demise of other regimes in the Arab world.