Arts & Culture

Art since 9/11: 'Age of Terror' exhibition opens in London

A new London exhibition about art since 9/11 that begins with images of the devastated Twin Towers in New York opens in London on Thursday.

Guantanamo Bay

An ex-Guantanamo detainee rebuilds his life in France

Thirteen years after Mourad left Guantanamo and returned to his native France, a shadow of suspicion still follows him.

An ex-Guantanamo detainee rebuilds his life in France

United States

Justice remains elusive on 9/11 anniversary

Sixteen years after Sept 11 attacks and the US has not convicted anybody for the tower-felling spectacle of "terror".

Justice remains elusive on 9/11 anniversary

US & Canada

Saudi embassy may have funded 9/11 'dry run': report

New York Post reports FBI evidence in a lawsuit alleges Saudi Arabia's US embassy may have funded test run for Sept 11.

US & Canada

Saudi Arabia seeks to end US lawsuits over 9/11 attacks

Saudi Arabia claims plaintiffs cannot prove the kingdom supported those who carried out the September 11, 2001 attacks.

Saudi Arabia seeks to end US lawsuits over 9/11 attacks

Human Rights

Fred Korematsu: Why his story still matters today

The Japanese American was forced into an internment camp during WWII and subsequently spoke up for Muslim Americans.

Fred Korematsu: Why his story still matters today

Human Rights

US top court hears case of Muslims detained after 9/11

Supreme Court weighs case by Muslims to decide whether men alleging religious discrimination had right to sue officials.

Supreme Court hears case of Muslims detained after 9/11

Reporter's Notebook

Fifteen years on, 9/11 trials still 'years away' from starting

Fifteen years after September 11, the trials of those detained in connection to the attacks are far from over. In fact, they haven't even begun.

Fifteen years on, 9/11 trials still 'years away' from starting

Saudi Arabia

Saudi condemns 9/11 law, warns of 'consequences'

US law that would allow families of victims to sue Saudi government a matter of "great concern", foreign ministry says.

Saudi Arabia condemns passage of US 9/11 law

US & Canada

Obama: Veto override of 9/11 bill 'a mistake'

US president says Senate's vote to override his veto of legislation would "set a dangerous precedent".

US & Canada

US Congress overrides Obama's veto on 9/11 bill

Families of 9/11 victims are now able to sue Saudi Arabia for allegedly backing attackers after law is passed.

US Congress overrides Obama's veto on 9/11 bill

US & Canada

US: Barack Obama vetoes 9/11 bill

Obama vetoes bill that would have allowed families of victims of September 11, 2001, to sue government of Saudi Arabia.

US: President Barack Obama vetoes 9/11 bill

Fault Lines

The Dark Prison: Legacy of the CIA Torture Programme

Victims of the CIA's brutal interrogation programme speak out about torture and its effect on their lives.

September 11

I remember the day ... 9/11: An American perspective

The author was preparing for her wedding on 9/11. What followed was a journey through the US and the American psyche.

I remember the day ... 9/11: An American perspective

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