While the world panics about ISIS, an al Qaeda offshoot have been building hard-to-detect bombs specifically for US passenger planes.
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Omar al-Shishani, a red-bearded Chechen fighting for ISIL (aka ISIS) in Iraq and Syria, has become the face of the terrorist group after numerous appearances in photos and propaganda videos.
Authorities have blamed the militant Islamic group Al-Shabaab for an attack in the Kenyan coastal town of Mpeketoni that left 48 people dead.
Mohammad Nabi Omari, is one of the 5 Guantanamo Bay Taliban prisoners released to Bowe Bergdahl in exchange for Bowe Bergdahl.
See a rare glimpse into a secret U.S. military counter-terror operation.
Marcos Zea of Brentwood, Long Island, also known as “Ali Zea” was arrested on terror charges in New York. Zea wanted to join al-Qaeda in Yemen.
It’s alleged that Nabi became radicalized because he was so angry about the killing of Osama Bin Laden.
An al-Qaeda propaganda video has emerged online depicting children training with pistols, AK-47s, and even heavy machine guns in an Afghan terrorist camp.
The plot would involve filling an implant with an explosive liquid and injecting a catalyst liquid into it.
Three more US drone strikes, killing a total of 9 al-Qaeda militants, marks an increase in attacks in the last two weeks, where at least 31 have been killed.
In an interview published Tuesday by The Daily Beast, US Sen. John McCain criticized the Obama administration on its approach to the al-Qaeda threat.
Ahmed Khattalah is the accused Libyan militia leader charged with the attack on the U.S. Benghazi consulate that killed four Americans.
A U.S. drone strike killed four alleged al-Qaeda militants in Yemen on Tuesday as the State Department ordered all Americans in the U.S. Embassy there to leave the country.