As instability rocks Afghan, the world must step in
The US blames Pakistani “safe havens” and duplicity for their failure and pressed Pakistan to fight their fight.
Orchestrating regime change: At what price?
The US chose to wage war on the Afghan state, with consequences that are there for all to see.
41 al-Qaeda militants, 16 civilians killed in first US raid under Trump in Yemen
Eight women and eight children were among those killed in the dawn raid on Yakla district.
Pakistan will not free doctor who helped US find bin Laden
Dr. Shakil Afridi, hailed as a hero by U.S. officials, was arrested after U.S. forces killed bin Laden in May 2011.
Idlib likely to be Syria's next bloody theater after Aleppo
President Assad pursued a policy of siege, truces and forced surrenders, deporting thousands of rebels and opposition to Idlib.
Chennai techie arrested by NIA planned to wage jihad against country
Suleiman, a key leader of Al Qaeda-inspired “Base Movement” module, was accused in a series of blasts in court complexes in Karnataka.
Radicalisation poses challenge to society
As a society, we have been somewhat accustomed to the problem of radicalisation.
FBI warns of terror attack in New York on US Election Day eve
Mayor Bill de Blasio said he had learned of the threat several days ago during classified briefings.
US says October strike killed al Qaeda leader in Afghanistan
Faruq al-Qatani served as al Qaeda's leader for northeastern Afghanistan got killed in the strike.
US drone strikes target 2 al Qaeda leaders in Afghanistan
The US forces launched the strikes on October 23, targeting Faruq al-Qatani and Bilal al-Utabi, two of al-Qaeda's most senior leaders.