The agreement calls for the Shiite Huthi fighters to leave the president’s home where he was being held captive since Tuesday.
Someone lit a fire at at the Hamburger Morgenpost Sunday. The paper has printed Charlie Hebdo cartoons, though it was not immediately clear if the incident was connected to the recent attacks in France.
The explosion, set off by a suicide bomber, came at a cultural center in Ibb and targeted Shiite rebels, according to media reports.
The attacks occurred south of Yemen’s capital on Tuesday. One of the bombs hit a bus carrying female primary school students, according to the rebel group hit by the bombing.
The son of the ambassador’s bodyguard is one of the victims of the attack. 17 people have been injured.
The man, Muhammad Murdi Issa al-Zahrani, has spent 12 year at the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay. He was sent back to Saudi Arabia for rehabilitation after a review board cleared his case last month.
Two blasts — one in the south of the country and one in the capital, Sanaa — have resulted in multiple casualties.
“We are afraid that the West doesn’t want to finish this.” Moderate Syrians are worried strikes will leave them vulnerable to extremists.
Still no response from al-Qaeda leader Ayman Zawahiri regarding ISIS’ recent actions.
The al-Qaeda-linked group Al-Nusra Front claims that American citizen Moner Mohammad Abu-Salha, who grew up in Florida, carried out a suicide bombing in the city of Idlib, Syria on May 25.
A federal appeals court in New York released a 2010 Justice Department memo on the targeted killing of Anwar al-Awlaki in Yemen following a lawsuit brought by the New York Times and the American Civil Liberties Union. Portions of the memo are redacted.
Jamal Maarouf was among the first to take up arms against Bashar al-Assad — now he’s leading the fight against ISIS. “We will continue this war until we drive them from Syria.”
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Twin bombings outside the Iranian embassy in Beirut, claimed by a Lebanese al-Qaeda affiliate, killed at least 23 people and injured at least 147 on Monday morning. Warning: Graphic content.
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb says it killed two French journalists in retaliation for French crimes against the people of northern Mali.
On Sunday, a series of bombings across Shiite regions of Iraq killed 62 people and wounded dozens. The attacks bring the death toll across the country this month to 545, the Associated Press reports.
An opposition radio campaign against rebels linked to al-Qaeda in Syria has seen the station’s offices raided and, its journalists say, one of their colleagues abducted. Now they’ve decided to speak out.
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has been the only part of al-Qaeda to show any operational capacity to launch attacks against the U.S. homeland over the past few years.
“Current information suggests that al-Qaeda and affiliated organizations continue to plan terrorist attacks both in the region and beyond.”
Turns out, terrorists file expense reports and clash with their bosses too.
Spin Ghul tried to bomb U.S. facilities in Nigeria and harm personnel in Afghanistan, the FBI says.
After falling out with al-Shabaab, Alabama native Omar Hammami gets a comeuppance from someone who seems like a fellow Western jihadi. Did Hammami rip off someone else’s jihadi rap?
The West African country — likely obscure to most watching the foreign policy debate — just entered the national conversation.
The al-Qaeda-linked Islam flag that declares “No God but Allah, and Mohammed is his prophet,” has flown over Innocence of Muslims-related protests from Cairo to Sydney.
Eleven years later, Truthers are still out there — and they think they’re winning. “We have more factions now.”
Dick Cheney had a secret C.I.A. club that planned to assassinate suspected Al-Qaeda terrorists abroad.
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