Less than two hours after President Barack Obama flew out of Afghanistan after a surprise visit Tuesday, the US embassy in Kabul sounded its alarm after a large explosion was heard in the city, AFP reported.
One World Trade Center, the giant monolith being built to replace the twin towers destroyed in the Sept. 11 attacks, will lay claim to the title of New York City’s tallest skyscraper on Monday. Workers will erect steel columns that
Pakistan’s deportation of 14 members of Osama bin Laden’s family to Saudi Arabia occurred just one week shy of the first anniversary of his death at the hands of U.S. commandos. Among those being deported were bin Laden’s three widows
Pakistan will deport Osama bin Laden’s three widows and their children to Saudi Arabia next week after they finish a 45-day prison sentence for illegally entering and living in the country, their defense lawyer says.
The Lebanese army has arrested seven people, including two soldiers, suspected of being part of a militant network which had planned to carry out attacks on military targets, security sources said on Tuesday.
Where in the world did the State of the Union take us? Here are the highlights from what President Obama said about all things international in his prepared remarks Tuesday night: For the first time in nine years, there are no Americans fighting in Iraq.
Afghanistan’s main intelligence agency said it is investigating reports that Taliban leader Mohammad Omar and some of his top commanders have left their hideout near the Afghan-Pakistan border and cannot not be located.
An Afghan detained at the Guantanamo Bay prison has died in an apparent suicide. The 37-year-old prisoner, identified only as Inayatullah, was accused of being an Al Qaeda member and housed at the controversial U.S. jail in Cuba.
An Egyptian who was once a Special Forces officer has been chosen “caretaker” leader of al Qaeda in the wake of Osama bin Laden’s death, according to a source with detailed knowledge of the group’s inner workings.
U.S. officials are analyzing one million pages of data from the trove found in Osama bin Laden’s compound during the raid that killed him, and say they have learned more in the past ten days than in the past 10 years.