Yemen

Yemen: Protesters march as US intensifies air strikes

The US is stepping up its fight against al-Qaeda in Yemen. It has conducted more than 30 air strikes over the past two days. And in the capital Sanaa, thousands of demonstrators have been marching in support of the Houthi rebel group.

Middle East

Civilians wounded as US jets target al-Qaeda in Yemen

Second day of operations comes a month after a botched raid left several Yemeni civilians and a Navy SEAL dead.

United States

ISIL will be 'demolished and destroyed', Trump vows

Addressing Congress, US president also honoured Navy Seal killed in raid against in al-Qaeda in Yemen.

Donald Trump vows to 'demolish and destroy' ISIL

Middle East

Yemenis react to botched US raid that killed civilians

Locals say a US raid in Bayda province last month killed 16 civilians, including women and children.

Al-Qaeda

Yemeni civilians killed in first US raid under Trump

At least 10 women and children killed in operation targeting al-Qaeda in southern province of al-Bayda, medics say.

Yemeni civilians killed in first US raid under Trump

US & Canada

US adds Bin Laden's son to terror blacklist

US imposes sanctions on Hamza bin Laden, son of late al-Qaeda leader, designating him a "global terrorist".

US adds Bin Laden's son to terror blacklist

Special series

Taliban Oil

The little-known story of secret negotiations between the Taliban and the US to build a pipeline through Afghanistan.

Jabhat Fath al-Sham

Top Jabhat Fateh al-Sham leader 'killed in US strike'

Armed group announces death of Ahmed Salama Mabrouk in Syria, shortly after Pentagon says it targeted him near Idlib.

Jabhat Fateh al-Sham: Abu Faraj killed in US air strike

Opinion

In Libya, Britain's ignorance triumphed over caution

Like Iraq, which boosted the very terrorism it was supposed to neutralise, the war in Libya was a strategic catastrophe.

Rupert Stone

by Rupert Stone

Rupert Stone

Opinion

9/11 New York: Remembering a pre-political moment

The politics of the mourning has triumphed over the mourning of the political.

Hamid Dabashi

by Hamid Dabashi

Hamid Dabashi

Opinion

9/11 then and now: Terror, militarism, war and fear

It is no wonder that this war persists as terror groups expand further.

Rami G Khouri

by Rami G Khouri

Rami G Khouri

Mali

'I seek the pardon of all the people of Timbuktu'

Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi pleads guilty to charges of destroying ancient cultural artefacts in Timbuktu.

ISIS

ISIL foils governments with encryption, UN experts say

Fighters from ISIL and al-Qaeda use encrypted messages on darknets to plan potential attacks, according to a UN report.

ISIL foils governments with encryption, UN experts say

Opinion

Tough choices ahead as al-Nusra splits from al-Qaeda

The split from al-Qaeda has long been considered, and is to a significant degree based on Syrian revulsion.

Martin Griffiths

by Martin Griffiths

Martin Griffiths

Middle East

Q&A: The man who defeated al-Qaeda in Yemen's Mukalla

Commander of Yemen government forces that defeated al-Qaeda in the southern city of Mukalla speaks to Al Jazeera.

Q&A: The man who defeated al-Qaeda in Yemen's Mukalla