In the wake of political leader Benazir Bhutto's assassination Thursday, parts of Pakistan have seen rioting and chaos, while tensions run high throughout the country. Two ITN correspondents in Pakistan report on the aftermath of Bhutto's death.
This year has been the most violent in Afghanistan since the Taliban fell, with more than 130 suicide bombings and more than 2,600 dead. Two analysts discuss the security and rebuilding prospects for the country.
A classified report from U.S. intelligence analysts outlines the growing power of al-Qaida. Counterterrorism expert Daniel Benjamin and Lawrence Wright, a reporter who covered the terrorist organization following the Sept. 11 attacks, talk about the global threat.
A suicide bomber on Thursday killed at least eight people, including two lawmakers, at the Iraqi parliament in the heavily protected Green Zone in Baghdad. Experts discuss security there and how the attack could have happened.
Seven men were indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury for planning to bomb a number of buildings including the Sears Tower in Chicago and a federal building in Miami. Two experts discuss the arrests and what is known about…
As Iraq braces for a possible rise in violence following the death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Zalmay Khalilzad said the new prime minister's plan to rein in the various militias is a critical step to bringing…
U.S.-led forces searching for Osama bin Laden and members of his al-Qaida network are concentrating on a stretch of Afghanistan's border with Pakistan, The New York Times reported Wednesday.
In its first terrorism-related arrests since Sept. 11, the Saudi Arabian government announced Tuesday that it was holding 11 Saudis, an Iraqi and a Sudanese man suspected of planning terrorist attacks inside the kingdom.
U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said Wednesday he had evidence that al-Qaida militants are operating in the disputed province of Kashmir, adding another complication to already tense relations between India and Pakistan.
The Egyptian intelligence service warned American officials about an impending al-Qaida attack against a U.S. target in the weeks before September 11, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said Tuesday.
Support Provided By: Learn more
Educate your inbox
Subscribe to Here’s the Deal, our politics newsletter for analysis you won’t find anywhere else.