Kenya serves as a case study for how the future of the US’s ‘war on terror’ may unfold.
US dependence on defence contractors for war-zone duties contributed to mission failures in Afghanistan, a study finds.
The Take looks at how ongoing struggles for accountability at Abu Ghraib prison reveal the changes of war since 9/11.
‘It was like she was floating. I was so close I could see her face. She didn’t scream.’
Document offers no evidence the Saudi government was complicit in the September 11, 2001 attacks.
Commemoration ceremonies held across country to remember nearly 3,000 victims of September 11, 2001 attacks.
What lessons has the media learned in 20 years of the ‘War on Terror’? Also, Afghan media under the Taliban.
Yassin Aref was a victim of post-9/11 Islamophobia and a controversial arrest by the FBI that led to 15 years in jail.
US Muslims are voting, running for office and organising – forging their own path – despite bigotry, activists say.
The challenge is to understand how and why the West elected to position al-Qaeda as the counterweight to the US.
Groups like Jemaah Islamiyah were already carrying out attacks across Southeast Asia when 9/11 happened.
Anticipated 16-page report is an FBI summary of a long-running investigation into the activities of two Saudi hijackers.
September 11, 2001 was a formative day for many American millennials. But did it impact how they manage their money?
Torture, secrecy and dysfunction plague military tribunal at Guantanamo Bay with no resolution in sight.