The first attacker detonated a car bomb and the second tried to storm the base on foot
The world sympathises with France because virtually every corner of the world has been affected, in one way or another, by terrorism. Few communities can count themselves entirely safe
In a 21-minute speech released by Al-Qaeda, Hamza bin Laden promises to continue the global militant group’s fight against the United States
Many of those arrested were believed to be petty criminals and there were fears the political opposition would be targeted
The jihadist force's reputation is being cleaned up, to suggest it is deserving of CIA support
American officials are no longer so dismissive of reports about al-Qaeda’s growing presence
Ansar Al Islam says two men it claims to have murdered were 'pioneers of practicing and promoting homosexuality'
Mr Jalal believes he has been targeted with five drone strikes in Waziristan since 2010
The attack was one of the bloodiest since the start of a partial ceasefire more than a month ago
Exclusive: Terror group’s acquisition of sophisticated weaponry raises the stakes in the country’s bitter civil war, and causes consternation in Washington
His wife fears he could be susceptible to blackmail
Demonstrations have been returning to the streets amid a lull in fighting but the al-Qaeda linked group is cracking down
Isis-linked militants killed more than 60 people after crossing the border last year
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Jalal Baleedi and his aides were reportedly travelling in a car targeted by a missile
An al-Qaeda propaganda magazine claims the former leader said the pilot should have crashed into buildings rather than the sea