Al Qaeda

Aimen Dean

MI5 double agent offers rare insight into al-Qaeda and jihad

Tue 3 Mar, AT 12:47

Aimen Dean was recruited by British security and intelligence services to report back on al-Qaeda

Charles Laurence

LA and Iraq united by gangsta craving for honour and respect

Tue 26 Aug, AT 11:42
Charles Laurence

What does shooting of Suge Knight have to do with execution of James Foley? Possibly a great deal


How are British jihadists travelling to Syria and Iraq?

One-Minute Read
Thu 21 Aug, AT 13:29

Budget flights and 'distressingly porous' borders are enabling Britons to fight in the Middle East

Crispin Black

Mayhem in Iraq: don’t expect Blair & Co to take blame for Isis

Thu 12 Jun, AT 08:20
Crispin Black

Murderous militants have exploited West’s botched foreign policy. But will anyone accept responsibility?

Why bomb victim Adrianne Haslet-Davis is US talisman

First Reaction
Wed 24 Apr, AT 09:26

Gutsy 32-year-old dancer vows to run next Boston marathon and says bombers 'won't steal my life'

Tigantourine, Algeria hostage crisis

23 hostages and 32 terrorists dead as dust settles in Algeria

Sun 20 Jan, AT 10:28

Bloodbath at gas plant leads to fears that Sahara could become a terrorist haven like Afghanistan

Mass grave at Houla after Syria massacre

What now for Syria as massacre leaves peace process in shreds?

Talking Point
Sun 27 May, AT 08:12

More than 90 people, including 32 children, killed as troops shell the village of Houla

Al-Qaeda alert: tentacles spread despite the killing of Bin Laden

Tue 14 Feb, AT 07:52
Robert Fox

Two massive car bombs in Syria and 100 deaths in Mali show al-Qaeda mean business again

Al-Qaeda has only two danger men left, but one is a star

One-Minute Read
Thu 24 Nov, AT 15:00

The danger from al-Qaeda in Pakistan is said to be diminished – but they still have Abu Yahya al-Libi

Welcome to America - now a banana republic

Thu 20 Oct, AT 11:24
Alexander Cockburn

Our rapidly expanding drone empire can kill foreigners or Americans with impunity