Malian officials have previously endorsed the idea of talks and have backed local peace deals as security deteriorates.
Abu Zubaydah would be allowed write declaration about alleged torture in Poland, US government tells Supreme Court.
PM Maiga says French troops created an enclave in Kidal, north Mali, and gave control to ‘terrorist group’ Ansar al-Din.
At least 16 soldiers killed and 10 more wounded near the village of Bodio, Mopti region, according to officials.
In wake of chaotic US withdrawal, US intelligence agencies are watching to see if al-Qaeda and ISKP gain.
Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi, who was wanted by the US, led the Islamic State in Greater Sahara armed group.
The fate of 39 detainees still being held rests with US President Joe Biden, who has pledged to close the prison.
The challenge is to understand how and why the West elected to position al-Qaeda as the counterweight to the US.
Anticipated 16-page report is an FBI summary of a long-running investigation into the activities of two Saudi hijackers.
Torture, secrecy and dysfunction plague military tribunal at Guantanamo Bay with no resolution in sight.
Few willingly describe themselves as ‘neoconservative’ as the label has fallen away from popular use.
Did al-Qaeda’s attack on the US on September 11, 2001, change the way Americans deal with the world – and each other?
Twenty-nine people inside the Pentagon were killed when Flight 77 carrying 64 including five hijackers crashed into it.
Why al-Qaeda are still a threat 20 years after 9/11.