How the CIA identified and killed Al Qaeda leader Zawahiri
For several years, the US had been aware of a network that it assessed supported Zawahiri, and over the past year, officials had been watching for indications of Al Qaeda's presence in the country.
Indonesia cleric arrested over ties to Bali bombing group
Ahmad Zain An-Najah and two associates were charged with setting up a charity organisation that diverted money to Jemaah Islamiyah.
US plans to keep Al-Qaeda in check in Afghanistan with air strikes
However, defense secretary declines to publicly divulge much about the plans, telling committee members he could provide more details in a closed classified session.
Calls for unity as divided US marks 20th anniversary of 9/11
The service at Ground Zero where 2,753 people died took place under tight security, with Lower Manhattan effectively locked down.
Anti-Taliban force vows resistance to ‘pariah’ govt
The National Resistance Front remains defiant despite losing control of the Panjshir valley, the group's spokesman says.
Biden orders release of secret 9/11 documents
Declassification must take place over the next six months.
Al-Qaeda in Yemen congratulates Taliban, vows to continue jihad
It says the takeover shows that 'jihad and fighting represent the (Islamic law)-based, legal, and realistic way to restore rights (and) expel the invaders and occupiers'.
US approves release of oldest prisoner at Guantanamo Bay
The US has long asserted that it can hold detainees indefinitely without charge under the international laws of war.
In landmark boost, Trump says will delist Sudan as sponsor of terror
Sudan is one of four nations branded by Washington as a state sponsor of terrorism, along with Iran, North Korea and Syria.