Hamza is believed to have been killed sometime over the past two years. He was at his father's side before the 9/11 attacks, and threatened to take revenge against the U.S.
The coordinated al-Qaida hijackings on Sept. 11, 2001 killed nearly 3,000 people, when airliners slammed into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and another crashed in rural Pennsylvania
Breaking from non-partisan tone of the ceremony, bereaved son called on lawmaker to 'show respect' and said al-Qaida attacked the U.S.'s 'Judeo-Christian' values
The explosion would be first major attack in the Afghan capital since Trump abruptly called off U.S.-Taliban talks on Saturday
Ten days after the truce between Syrian government forces and their Russian allies, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports two raids on a strategic mountain range in the country's north
Monitor says strikes killed more than 40 militants, including some commanders
Move comes day after Al-Qaida-linked group downs government warplane
Syrian state media said Wednesday that troops captured Arbadeen, and are approaching Kfar Zeita, held by rebels since 2012
Hamza bin Laden was at his father's side in Afghanistan before 9/11, and vowed to take revenge against the United States for his father's death
Indiscriminate offensive part of 'systematic displacement policy,' local doctor says
Forces ended al-Shabab attack in port city of Kismayo after more than 14 hours ■ Canadian-Somali journalist among those killed
Ranwa Rasami Mohammad Shinawi agreed to join Nusra Front at the behest of a Syrian citizen, out of a desire to die 'a martyr’s death,' Shin Bet says
As the biggest upsurge in violence since last summer between Assad and his insurgent enemies in Idlib rages on, more than 170 civilians lost their lives
The Syrian army waged a costly campaign to seize the coastal province of Latakia, leaving dozens killed. Army denies claims that forces have withdrawn
Syrian regime soldiers push into last rebel stronghold as UN Security Council calls on Assad to honor cease-fire
The attack, which is believed to be in retaliation for an al-Qaida affiliated raid days prior, occurred as UN mission visited the country seeking a solution to the worsening violence spreading in the region
Tensions mount between Al-Qaida-linked militants and Syrian forces in Idlib, threatening to unravel a truce put together by Turkey and Russia last September
Royal decree revoking prominent al-Qaida figure's citizenship only became public after the U.S. government offered cash prize for information leading to his capture
The U.S. claims the 'final days' of the group have come, but there is a very slim chance that ISIS will soon end its campaigns
Cooperation between Iran and the Taliban, although a limited tactical objective that could achieve a quiet withdrawal of U.S. forces, further confounds the theory of the Shi’ite axis that threatens the Middle East
'Our work against al Qaeda continues. We will never stop in our fight against Radical Islamic Terrorism!'
Peace efforts to end the nearly four-year-old war, which has killed tens of thousands of people, reached a breakthrough last week. What's the next step?
Netanyahu's analogy between Hamas and ISIS is demagoguery to justify his 'no' to direct negotiations. But Hamas and Netanyahu share a critical understanding: The limits of military power to defeat one another
Many families like Abdullah's had been caught in the middle, with thousands killed in fighting between Iranian-backed rebels, known as Houthis
Amid the chaos surrounding the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, memories of similar instances of diplomatic missions gone awry come up
Trump praises those who 'took control of their destiny and changed the course of history,' adding that American will 'never, ever submit to tyranny'
Organization branch in Arab Peninsula says Riyadh and Abu Dhabi have cooperated with the U.S. using 'the dirtiest means'
A building was partially blown-up when security forces stormed a building where suspects behind the planting of the home-made bomb that killed one policeman on Friday were believed to be hiding
The group known as AQAP has been enmeshed in conflicts in impoverished Yemen for nearly 20 years — at times working with the government and at times facing crackdown, all the while trying to target the U.S.
Coalition cut secret deals with Al-Qaida fighters, paying some to leave key cities and towns and letting others retreat with weapons, equipment and wads of looted cash, AP investigation finds