The leader of al-Qaeda called the kingdom’s ruling Al Saud family a 'rotten regime'
A suicide bomber is believed to have killed at least 10 people in the city's tourist district
The man who created the slogan said he only meant it to be an expression of solidarity
Transcripts of phone calls between the pair have been released by the Foreign Affairs Committee as it investigates British intervention in Libya
The bodyguard who renounced al-Qaeda in later years predicted chaos in Yemen
'Government’s Prevent agenda is quickly turning students into suspects,' says UEA's campaigns and democracy officer
Officials concede he had been confused with more significant fighters who had a similar name
Saudi authorities plans to execute more than 50 people convicted of 'terrorist crimes'
Jihadists appear unable to cope with damage wrought by hurricane-force winds and up to 20 inches of rain in one day
Al-Qaeda formally dissociated themselves with Isis last year after theological and strategic differences
Exclusive: Immigration judge describes evidence used to ban Rizwan Sharif and Umer Farooq from UK as 'threadbare'
Andrew Parker's speech comes shortly before a new surveillance bill is to be published by parliament
Aswat, a paranoind schizophrenic, is expected to apply to serve his sentence in the UK, a move the judge said she would support
The al-Qaeda leader was killed in a US raid on Abbottabad in 2011
Exclusive: In the besieged city of Taiz, the Islamists are uniting to fight Houthi rebels
Wadah Khanfar, former managing director of Al Jazeera, will give Islamists a hearing on the new Huffpost Arabi website