Vital context and news about terrorism around the world, from domestic terror to ISIS, Al Qaeda and more — including documentaries exploring the roots of hate groups in America and abroad.
The War in Afghanistan: As Biden Sets U.S. Withdrawal Date, 13 Documentaries Explore the Conflict and Its Impact
Explore nearly two decades of reporting from FRONTLINE on America’s longest war.
April 15, 2021
In a scene from the new documentary “American Insurrection,” correspondent A.C. Thompson talks with sociologist Pete Simi about the state of domestic extremism in the U.S.
April 14, 2021
Repatriating ISIS Foreign Fighters Is Key to Stemming Radicalization, Experts Say, but Many Countries Don’t Want Their Citizens Back
A review of the 10 countries that yielded the most ISIS foreign fighters showed varying levels of commitment to repatriation and prosecution.
April 6, 2021
Syrian Militant and Former Al Qaeda Leader Seeks Wider Acceptance in First Interview With U.S. Journalist
Abu Mohammad al-Jolani is the leader of the most dominant force in opposition-held Syrian territory. He’s also designated a terrorist by the U.S. In his first interview with an American journalist, he claims his group poses no threat to the United States and the West.
April 2, 2021
Matthew talks about his escape, his future and how he feared he’d never see America again.
February 12, 2021
And how actions by outside actors, include the U.S. and Iran, have often fueled the antagonism.
February 9, 2021
The comments about the death of the prominent Iraqi counterterrorism expert come in the new FRONTLINE documentary ‘Iraq’s Assassins.’
February 9, 2021
After years of insisting she’s innocent, Sam pleads guilty and Moussa’s exes reveal more about the man that led her to Syria.
February 1, 2021
January 18, 2021
December 28, 2020
The name of the newly charged Lockerbie bombing suspect was familiar to filmmaker Ken Dornstein, who had set out years earlier in search of those responsible for the 1988 terrorist attack.
December 22, 2020