Scholar Karen Armstrong’s examination of communication between the 9/11 attackers sheds new light on how Western policies had inspired the terrorists
Justice Department does not say when the identity will be made public
At least 50 children among nearly 100 wounded in bombing, according to health ministry
Mohammad Iltimas, who taught John Walker Lindh at a madrassa in Bannu, remembers him as a ‘pure person’
Washington says negotiations, focusing on four interconnected issues, continuing daily
The highs and lows of 2018
Study finds around half a million people have died in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan due to U.S. ‘war on terror’ since its 2001 launch
CIA nominee Gina Haspel vows spy agency will never reinstate controversial interrogation program
Tehran says American move is against international law and unenforceable.
Pakistan’s ‘war on terror’ has cost $118bn, says State Bank.
President Obama expected to veto law, claiming it could leave U.S. vulnerable in other court systems around the world.
Lawyer claims repeated assertions from U.S. administration that the men will be found guilty has damaged any potential jury pool.
Former Afghan president says it is insulting to Pashtuns to claim they can be used as tools in a proxy war.
U.S. envoy on Afghanistan and Pakistan says militants unwilling to engage with anybody right now.
U.S. president pledges to close Guantanamo Bay prison, argues “boundless” conflict is now obsolete.
At least eight men of Pakistani origin also died in Manhattan that ineffably tragic day 10 years ago. Here are their stories and why we’ve chosen to forget them.