Lebanon's war with al-Qaeda: is it a losing battle?

Thu 20 Feb, AT 08:41 Venetia Rainey

Hezbollah is not the perpetrator but the target because of its decision to fight alongside Assad in Syria

Abdul Maheed Jaheed

Syria: what do we know about suspected UK suicide bomber?

Profile Thu 13 Feb, AT 12:02

Abdul Waheed Majeed lived on Martyrs Avenue in former home of Sarah Payne killer Roy Whiting

Kidnap ransoms are 'fuelling terrorism', warns Foreign Office

One-Minute Read Fri 13 Dec, AT 10:07

Millions of dollars of ransoms said to be spent on weapons, travel and training camps for terrorists

Why some Christians pray for Assad to keep power in Syria

Wed 27 Nov, AT 09:14 Venetia Rainey

Ahead of Geneva II, a growing number of Lebanese Christians see Syria's leader as their best defence

Abu Anas al-Libi Q&A: will al-Qaeda suspect survive trial?

Briefing Wed 23 Oct, AT 15:44

Chances of terror suspect making it through trial are 'very thin' without a liver transplant warns doctor

Who owns €20bn cash left at Moscow airport for six years?

One-Minute Read Thu 3 Oct, AT 11:44

Chechen gangsters, al-Qaeda and Knights of Malta among groups claiming the money belongs to them

Yemen terror threat – why the West is so worried by AQAP

Briefing Wed 7 Aug, AT 11:07

The poverty-stricken Arab state is strategically important but is a hotbed of radicalism

Gareth Bale saga takes bizarre turn as al-Qaeda warn Spurs

One-Minute Read Tue 6 Aug, AT 15:18

International terror group takes aim at Lilywhites as Real Madrid close in on Welsh winger

A car is searched outside the US embassy in Yemen

Al-Qaeda chatter prompts US and British pull-out in Yemen

One-Minute Read Tue 6 Aug, AT 08:38

What Zawahiri and his 'general manager' said to each other suggested one of biggest terror plots since 9/11

Crispin Black

Run up a white flag: We've surrendered to the Taliban

Thu 20 Jun, AT 12:28 Crispin Black

If we've decided to 'cut and run' by holding talks with Afghan insurgents, why not just cut and run now?

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