Results for: al-qaida

Yemen's parliament approves new Cabinet

CIA chief John Brennan defends post 9/11 tactics

2 bombers kill 26 including 16 students in Yemen

CIA lied about torture, Senate report suggests

Islamic fighters capture two army bases in Syria

Obama Thanks Troops Amid Afghan Drawdown

Defiant Afghan president condemns terror attacks

Former Gitmo Detainee Heckles Gov't Minister

Obama declares 'turning point' for US military

Turkey dismisses EU criticism of police raids

A look at the Pakistani Taliban militant group

Suspected Architect Defends CIA Torture Program

Journalists, police are detained in Turkish raids

TSA chief: Travelers from some nations targeted

Report: CIA medics aided, complained about tactics

Before his death, teen felt comfortable in Kabul

Major militant attacks in Pakistan in recent years

Obama push leaves 136 prisoners held at Guantanamo

Can identifying mental illness stop terror attacks?

Bombers kill 15 schoolgirls in Yemen

Pakistan police arrest five Al-Qaeda suspects

Yemen troops kill Saudi-bound Al-Qaeda suspects dressed as women

Syrian al Qaeda-linked group makes inroads near major highway

U.S. seeks to use letters from bin Laden raid at terror trial

Psychologist admits he waterboarded al Qaeda suspects: report

Islamic State influence spreads to African jihadists

Syria's streets of despair

Amvid shows intense fighting in Aleppo

Seven evacuates newsroom near cafe siege

Somali Shebab journalist 'killer' to face trial: govt

Forty-eight hour battle for two Syrian bases leaves 180 dead

Mali minister admits prisoners freed for French hostage

Mali freed four militants in exchange for French hostage - minister

Somalia's former prime minister nominated to post again

Pakistan police foil terror attack, kill four militants: officials

Around 180 Syrian soldiers, jihadists reported killed in battle for base

Mali freed four militants in exchange for French hostage: minister

In 2003, U.S. experts doubted key Iraq war claim - cable

US spymaster goes public to defend CIA

CIA chief defends agency, but admits 'abhorrent' abuses

CIA chief admits agency used 'abhorrent' methods on detainees

CIA chief defends agency, but admits 'abhorrent' abuses

Guantanamo hearings for 9/11 plotters postponed

Uruguay leader: Ex-Gitmo prisoners not terrorists

Yemeni PM Bahah's cabinet wins parliamentary approval - sources

Ex-Guantanamo prisoners stroll streets of Uruguay

U.N. Sahel envoy says Libya turmoil could destabilize neighbors

Med nations to boost cooperation against Islamist radicalism

Guantanamo 9/11 hearing cancelled after U.S. torture report