Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush on August 13 declined to rule out resuming the use of torture under some circumstances by the U.S. government.
Clashes between members of al-Qaeda’s branch in Syria and a rebel faction in the country’s north have stopped after the rebels abandoned their HQ
A US-led coalition air strike earlier this month killed the leader of an Al-Qaeda offshoot in Syria that American officials accuse of plotting attacks against the United States and its allies, the Pentagon said
George H.W. Bush, the oldest living former U.S. president, fell at his summer home on July 15 and broke a bone in his neck but was doing OK, a spokesman said.
Al-Qaeda has confirmed that its second-in-command, the chief of its powerful Yemeni branch, was killed in a US drone strike, in the heaviest blow to the jihadist network since the death of Osama bin Laden
Britain has been forced to remove some of its spies after Russia and China accessed the top-secret raft of documents taken by former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, British media reported.
Pakistan's interior minister June 12 said the government was ready to throw out more foreign aid groups, a day after Save the Children were expelled for "working against the country".
Key provisions of the US Patriot Act expired early June 1 after the Senate failed to prevent their lapse, plunging US national security efforts into potential disarray as the country faces persistent extremist threats.
The United States is in talks with Qatar on the status of five Taliban figures who may be free to return to Afghanistan a year after their release in a US prisoner swap, the head of the CIA said May 31.
US President Barack Obama is poised to quicken the pace of weapons supplies and training to Iraqi tribes, while eyeing a rapid offensive to recapture Ramadi from ISIL
Germany's foreign intelligence agency helped the CIA track down Osama bin Laden in Pakistan where US special forces killed the al-Qaeda leader, according to a German news report published May 17
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Evren had said he did not regret signing the execution decisions. He did not see any harm in talking bad after young people were hung, killed in detention and forced to lose their souls under torture. I will not act like him.
The Islamic State of Iraq an the Levant (ISIL) group claimed responsibility Tuesday for the assault on a Texas cartoon contest that featured images of the Prophet Muhammad, but counterterrorism experts said ISIL has a history of asserting involvement in attacks in which it had no operational role
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Mecca, the Hajj of 1954, September... Two pilgrims took a ride on the bus carrying 21 Soviet Muslims to the Kaaba
The latest U.S.-led plan to train and arm a Syrian opposition force will start in Turkey on May 9, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu told a Turkish newspaper.
Former CIA Director David Petraeus, whose career was destroyed by an extramarital affair with his biographer, was sentenced on April 23 to two years’ probation and fined $100,000 for giving her classified material while she was working on the book
The Cannes Film Festival’s organizers on April 16 unveiled the list of 17 movies to be shown next month in the Palme d’Or competition line-up.
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When the Cold War ended and the Soviet Union dissolved, a new era of democratic expansionism was heralded, as Francis Fukuyama declared the end of history.
CIA director John Brennan gave a staunch defense of the framework nuclear deal with Iran on April 7, calling some criticism of the accord "disingenuous" while expressing surprise at Tehran's concessions.
A South Korean activist said Wednesday he had launched thousands of copies of Hollywood film "The Interview" into North Korea by balloon, ignoring dire threats of reprisals from Pyongyang.
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