In a new, rare video message from al Qaeda's number two terrorist commander, Ayman al-Zawahiri calls on Arab armies to intervene in Libya to help eject dictator Moammar Gadhafi from power before "Western aid... turns into invasions."...
Members of the United Nations panel that investigated Israel’s Gaza war two years ago rejected former chairman Richard Goldstone’s retraction of their finding that Israel had deliberately targeted civilians.
IBADAN, Nigeria — Nigeria’s voters put their inked fingers to ballots Saturday for the first round in the nation’s crucial April election, coming out to vote despite bomb attacks and communal violence.
AJDABIYA, Libya — Government forces shelled the rebels’ main front-line outpost ahead of a possible advance Saturday, killing at least three fighters and bringing a possible NATO airstrike down on their heads.
Israeli air forces and artillery continued to strike Gaza on Saturday, killing three more militants, including a senior commander, bringing the total dead since Thursday to 17, Palestinian officials said.
Police investigating the discovery of a car containing 500 pounds of homemade explosives on the main highway linking Belfast in Northern Ireland and Dublin in the Irish Republic, arrested a 26-year-old man Thursday.
Two young women believed to have gone to Somalia and joined Al-Shabaab fit a pattern of young Somali-Canadians leaving their families to fight with the Islamist youth militia. At least 10 have left Canada to fight with the Shabaab since 2009, the majority from Toronto.
"Investigative journalist and documentary filmmaker Berger lifts the veil on the phenomenon of American jihadists in this timely and chilling examination. [...] Berger's exposé painstakingly lays out the scope and character of the American jihadist movement and points the way to a national debate on solutions."
SANAA, Yemen — Yemen, angry over Qatar’s suggestion that its leader resign, recalled its ambassador to the fellow Arabian Peninsula nation on Saturday as hundreds of thousands of Yemeni protesters rallied for a second straight day to demand the ouster of President Ali Abdullah Saleh.