2,500 U.S. and about 10,000 NATO troops are still in Afghanistan, while analysts agree there is no easy solution to the war-ravaged country's deteriorating conditions
The prison came to symbolize the excesses of the U.S. 'war on terror' because of harsh interrogation methods that critics say amounted to torture
It's an open secret that Iran has become a haven for Al-Qaida, so why did the secretary of state see fit to call Tehran out for it only now?
Eight days before Trump leaves White House, Pompeo alleges that Iran supported the group and gave safe haven to its leaders, despite some skepticism within the intelligence community and Congress
The outgoing secretary of state is set to use recently declassified documents to connect Al-Qaida to Iran in a last-ditch bid to exert maximum pressure on Tehran
U.S. secretary of state will use newly declassified intelligence to allege that Iran has given safe haven and support to Al-Qaida, according to sources
Before the Biden administration resumes talks with Tehran, Israel wishes to portray Iran as a safe house for the FBI's most-wanted, former intelligence officials say
Israeli assassination of Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah in August is a psychological blow to Iran's Revolutionary Guards – but who is best served by releasing details of the killing now?
Two Israeli agents riding a motorcycle shot senior Al-Qaida member Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah at the behest of the United States, intelligence officials tell the New York Times ■ Iran denies the report
The reported death of propagandist Husam Abd al-Rauf along with weeks of violence could threaten peace talks with the Taliban and further complicates American efforts to withdraw troops
Democratic candidate says 'not going to talk about anything other than 9/11'
Vulnerable to arrests, torture and even death at the hands of the Assad regime and militias, Syrian journalists 'never know the rules we need to follow'
Abdelmalek Droukdel, known as the emir of al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb, was killed in an operation Wednesday in northern Mali
'We hope to know more in the coming days as to what happened, what this person was motivated by,' U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper says
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said members of the al-Qaida-linked group known as Horas al-Din attacked government forces. It said the fighting left 21 troops and 13 Horas al-Din members dead
With domestic security efforts down, some Islamist extremists are encouraging followers to learn about Islam and increase attacks
Ali Yousif Ahmed Al-Nouri, 42, is wanted in Iraq on charges of premeditated murder of the Iraqi police officers in 2006, according to a statement by the U.S. Attorney's Office District of Arizona
The head rush from the Arab Spring protests turned to panic as ISIS took radical Islam where no terror group had gone before: Establishing a caliphate which, at its height, spanned the size of Britain
The offensive on the Al-Qaida held enclave has displaced more than than 235,000 people
Syrian forces have launched a ground offensive into the Al-Qaida dominated northwestern province of Idlib, displacing tens of thousands
Analysis London Terror Attack Leaves Many Questions British Voters Are Unlikely to Ask Ahead of Election
It’s unclear how Boris Johnson plans to reinforce the country’s security once it’s out of the EU, while Jeremy Corbyn doesn’t have much of a security policy at all and has been hostile toward NATO his whole career
Islamic State still poses threat after death of al-Baghdadi, experts explain
Saudi national Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri was thought to have been killed in a counter-terrorism operation in 2017, but his death couldn't be confirmed until now
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