In ways both subtle and plain, the aftermath of 9/11 ripples through American politics and public life to this day.
Arrested in 2001 in Mauritania, he was then successively imprisoned in Jordan and Afghanistan, before arriving at Guantanamo in 2002, in what he called in his book a world tour of torture and humiliation.
Rallies in Afghan cities demand Washington unfreeze Afghanistan's overseas assets while Taliban announces a national holiday on February 15 to mark anniversary of Soviet withdrawal.
This is not aid. This is the mass punishment of ordinary Afghans over the US’ political rivalries.
A new book by Turkiye’s Communications Director highlights the world’s broken justice system after 9/11 and proposes a “more just world” in light of Ankara’s positive role in global politics.
Shifting geopolitical tides and security priorities have strained the once-close ties between Algiers and Washington.
Washington seems interested in using Russian military bases in Central Asia to oversee terrorist threats, particularly the ones emerging from Afghanistan.
Federal Bureau of Investigation releases first document related to its probe of 9/11 attacks on US and suspected Saudi support for hijackers, following an order by President Joe Biden.
America’s prestige has been irreparably tarnished, its credentials diminished, and is now in global retreat as hungry powers rise to challenge it. It only has itself to blame.
The Saudi embassy to Washington released a statement on Wednesday, to call on publicising all classified documents about the 9/11 terrorist attack from the US authorities.
Money, design and tenancy drag out construction at the 9/11 site that honours the nearly 3,000 people killed in the attacks, with two planned skyscrapers, a performing arts centre and a church still unfinished.
The order is a significant moment in a years-long tussle between the government and the families over what classified information about the run-up to the attacks could be made public.
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