The CIA tortured al-Qaeda suspects 'until the point of death,' Britain's Daily Telegraph reported, ahead of the publication of a U.S. Senate report on interrogation techniques
Cuban-American actor Andy Garcia speaks to Hürriyet columnist Ertuğrul Özkök in Istanbul
Luis Suarez flew home to Uruguay on Friday after being thrown out of the World Cup and banned from football for four months for biting Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini
President Barack Obama vehemently refused to apologize Thursday for doing a prisoner trade with the Taliban to free a US soldier, despite a fierce political storm over the deal in Washington.
Proposed legislation to permit the force-feeding of Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike is pitting Israel's government against the country's main doctors' association, which says the practice amounts to torture.
Taliban insurgents threatened Monday to attack Afghanistan's run-off presidential election, warning voters to stay away from polling stations for fear of injury or death.
The lone US soldier held captive in Afghanistan was freed in exchange for five senior Taliban figures detained at Guantanamo Bay in a dramatic deal
A New York jury convicted British hate preacher Abu Hamza on 11 kidnapping and terrorism charges Monday, opening the way for a judge to impose what will almost certainly be a life sentence.
Syria's army tanks and warplanes pounded besieged Mleiha east of Damascus Friday
A New York jury on Tuesday found Suleiman Abu Ghaith guilty on three counts of conspiracy to kill Americans and supporting terrorists
Osama Bin Laden claimed responsibility for masterminding 9/11 on the night of the attacks, his son-in-law said Wednesday
A son-in-law of Osama bin Laden and former Al-Qaeda spokesman goes on trial in New York Monday, accused of conspiracy to kill Americans and supporting terrorists.
U.S. President Barack Obama vowed to reverse a tide of economic inequality in his annual State of the Union address, seeking to outflank rival Republicans and revive his stumbling second term
The single most important national security imperative for the United States is to maintain correct...
Performance art might look like it is an artistic act, but the latest events around the world show that performance art is embracing an act that overtly cross into political
The U.S. government has won a federal appeal to continue genital searches of inmates at the Guantanamo Bay U.S. Naval Base in Cuba.
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Edward Snowden, a former contractor for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, has been trapped in the transit lounge of Sheremetyevo airport
US President Barack Obama on Wednesday refused to specify the exact nature of new US military aid...
Obama should transfer Guantanamo inmates to US courts
US President Barack Obama May 23 launched a new bid to close the Guantanamo Bay prison, seeking to rein in a "boundless" US war on terror.
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