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The bad news is that the Taliban faction governing Afghanistan today is even more operationally and ideologically aligned with Al Qaeda than the old Afghan Taliban leadership
The military prison, which was established on 11 January 2002 and still holds 39 inmates, is notorious for carrying out torture and has been called 'national disgrace'
Khan also said that preventing women from accessing education in Afghanistan would be un-Islamic.
Frank Roque, who is currently serving life in prison, killed the Sikh-American outside an Arizona gas station he owned
Woman looks to connect with 7 people helped by her father during 9/11 attacks, posts messages on social media
The woman identified as Mercedes Martinez made a special request on her social media page asking the whereabouts of seven strangers who were safely dropped home from Omaha, Nebraska, by her father
The cloud of social restrictions that loomed over generations in the kingdom is dissipating; no longer are eye-popping concerts, movie theatres and women driving impossible or illegal
Mohammed is currently captive in a high-security cell at Cuba’s Guantanamo Bay on the US naval base
US Congresswomen introduce resolution to combat hate crimes against Muslims, Sikhs, South Asians and Arabs
The lawmakers said that these communities continue to experience hate, discrimination, racism and xenophobia two decades after the 11 September attack
The terrorist attacks of 9/11, which killed nearly 3,000 people, were captured in countless pictures by news photographers, bystanders, first responders, security cameras, FBI agents and others. These images best tell the story of that terrible day
On A Wing And A Prayer: Kushal M Choksi's book on 9/11 terror attacks depicts internal turmoil of a 'brown-skinned' survivor
The author recalled feeling 'violated with the piercing looks of disdain and disapproval from fellow passengers' in a midnight bus and 'discriminated against in the country I had come to love and cherish so much — especially for what it stood for.'
In a six-minute speech, the US president delivered an impassioned appeal for the nation to set aside its differences
As Afghans grappled with the death of Ahmad Shah Massoud, events were unfolding in the United States that were to dramatically change the course of their country's future.
Titled '23 Remembered' the tribute, which is inside the Manhattan headquarters, features hand-painted portraits of those who were killed in the September attacks
Mistrust and suspicion of Muslims didn't start with 9/11, but the attacks dramatically intensified those animosities
Timeline of America's longest war: Key dates of US involvement in Afghanistan since 2001 and the human toll
Here is a brief chronology of US involvement and major developments in Afghanistan over the past two decades
As US readies to exit Afghanistan, India-Pakistan proxy war likely to be last thing on General Bajwa's mind
Any instability following the American withdrawal from Afghanistan is sure to trigger further waves of instability in Pakistan’s notorious tribal belt, and even mainstream provinces
In its majority-bashing multiculturalism and whitewashing of all crimes by minorities, the western liberal establishment is willingly looking away from dubious forces.
Donald Trump confirms he spoke to a Taliban leader, making him first US president to do so; says they had 'good talk'
President Donald Trump confirmed Tuesday that he spoke on the phone to a Taliban leader, making him the first US president believed to have ever spoken directly with the militant group.
US 'realistic' but sees opportunity for Afghan peace, says Mike Pompeo after America signs historic deal with Taliban
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the US is “realistic” about the peace deal it signed with the Taliban, but is "seizing the best opportunity for peace in a generation"