Abdullah Ocalan tells his Kurdish rebels to lay down their weapons and withdraw across the border to Iraq
How did we fall for it? Why were the sceptics ignored? And is it about to happen all over again in Syria?
The man likely to become new CIA chief defends drone strikes, but says he's opposed to torture
US newspaper ends 'self-censorship' to expose drone base CIA uses to kill al-Qaeda militants
The UK is sending 330 military personnel to Mali to aid France's battle against jihadist militants. Why?
Or did he only just come up with the idea in order to cover his tracks over Libya?
For right-wingers enraged by Obama's inaugural address, attacking Hillary Clinton was irresistible
It had better be short and sweet and not another Afghanistan says military source as new cuts begin
Prime Minister Sellal says one ringleader was Canadian but security source claims two
Algeria's zero-tolerance policy towards insurgents led to troops going in 'with all guns blazing'
Six questions answered about the hostage crisis and the al-Qaeda-linked Islamists behind the siege
One group of Mali rebels is said to be responsible for killing US Ambassador Stevens in Benghazi
Saudi Arabia said to have secretly joined America's 'undeclared aerial war' against terrorists in Yemen
Kathryn Bigelow's acclaimed film about the killing of Bin Laden is accused of legitimising torture
Kathryn Bigelow's Osama Bin Laden drama is on track for Oscar nominations after New York haul
Examination of the use of armed drones could help lift lid on 'America's secret war'
Remember Afghanistan – 30 years after the US armed the Mujahideen, we're still fighting Taliban
Cameron wants to push the limits of EU embargo and persuade Obama to raise the heat on Assad
Group linked to al-Qaeda makes series of threats on Twitter – but is on the retreat in Somalia
Republican was too defensive for many, as polls suggest Obama won final debate – but do voters care about foreign policy?