In the Field

Mali in crisis: The fight between the Dogon and Fulani

We meet with Dogon and Fulani leaders to unpack the complex intercommunal crisis facing Mali.

Middle East

Al-Qaeda launches deadly attack on army base in southern Yemen

Officials say at least 19 killed in assault on the camp in Abyan province, a day after dozens die in attacks in Aden.

Al-Qaeda launches deadly attack on army base in southern Yemen

United States

Accused 9/11 mastermind open to testimony against Saudi Arabia

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed open to testifying in victims' lawsuit if US decides not to seek the death penalty against him.

Al Jazeera World

Bahrain: Playing With Fire

Did the Bahraini government collude with al-Qaeda members to target Shia opposition figures during the 2011 unrest?

Mali

Nigerian UN peacekeeper killed in Mali

Another six UN troops from Chad and Nigeria were injured in two separate attacks.

Nigerian UN peacekeeper killed in Mali

Africa

Mali political crisis: New PM pressured to stop attacks

A new prime minister takes charge in Mali, where people are growing impatient with violence and an economic crisis.

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia strips Osama bin Laden's son of citizenship

Hamza bin Laden is wanted by the United States, which has issued a reward of up to $1m for news of his whereabouts.

Saudi Arabia strips Osama bin Laden's son of citizenship

Yemen

Saudi Arabia, UAE gave US arms to al-Qaeda-linked groups: Report

CNN says Saudi Arabia and UAE transferred US-made weapons to militias designated by the US as terrorist groups.

United States

US Senate rebukes Trump over Syria, Afghanistan withdrawal plans

Senators resoundingly back text saying pullouts could allow ISIL and al-Qaeda to re-group, destabilise both countries.

US Senate rebukes Trump over Syria, Afghanistan withdrawal plans

Opinion

What does Iran want in Afghanistan?

Tehran would favour a heterogeneous, if not divided, government in post-withdrawal Afghanistan.

Maysam Behravesh

by Maysam Behravesh

Maysam Behravesh

Talk to Al Jazeera

Mali FM Kamissa Camara on rebels, human rights and Sahel security

Mali's foreign minister discusses the struggle for regional security, alleged human rights violations and resilience.

101 East

The Billion Dollar Criminal

A year-long operation by law enforcers in five countries to bring down the world's most wanted money launderer.

Syria's War

After the Sochi agreement, HTS is facing internal divisions

Hay'et Tahrir al-Sham continues to pose a challenge to Turkey, which has to either disband or attack it.

After the Sochi agreement, HTS is facing internal divisions

United States

US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'

Annual State Department report admonishes Tehran for assisting 'terrorists' as attacks down for second year in a row.

US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'

Kenya

20 years after al-Qaeda attack, Kenyans still bear scars

Around the world, people are marking the 20th anniversary of simultaneous US embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania.