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Jamaat, an Islamist ally of the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), opposed independence from Pakistan, denied accusations that some of its leaders committed murder, rape and torture during the conflict. The trigger for this year's spasm
The author of best-sellers about Osama bin Laden and al-Qaida is working on a book about terrorists in the U.S. Crown Publishers announced Monday that CNN national security analyst Peter Bergen has a deal for a definitive book on homegrown terrorism.
Journalists and aid workers are among those considered most at risk of crime and kidnapping in Somalia, a reporters' safety monitoring group said. The International News Safety Institute issued a travel advisory Monday for Somalia, describing it was "
Some 300 people showed up on Saturday at the College Saint-Michel for an event organized by the Palestinian Return Centre, a British nongovernmental organization that has denied allegations by the Israeli government and other bodies that it is a
A wave of car bombs and shootings killed at least 70 people in Shiite and Sunni areas of Iraq on Monday, officials said, escalating fears of a return to widespread sectarian bloodletting in the country. The attacks, some of which hit market places
Mon 20 May 2013 My friend Omar Safi has created a provocative blog entitled What Would Muhammad do ? Today I would like to ratchet up the commentary game to an approach which may, at first glance, seem sacrilegious. Given that the Lebanese Party of
A British toddler who survived a car crash in Saudi Arabia was taken to a morgue in a body bag because rescuers wrongly assumed he had died. Mohamed Elisa Danial Hayat, who has since turned two, was the only member of three generations of his family
Yemen Yemeni security and military officials say a suspected U.S. drone has killed two militants in a town in the center of the country. The officials said the Monday attack targeted the two men as they were riding a motorbike outside Radda in
The term Islamophobia has passed into the popular language; it is ubiquitous in the media; websites clock examples and universities study its spread; but there is far too little attention to the ambiguities inherent in the term. In popular speech and
Egyptian soldiers stopped a suspicious looking truck on its way from Cairo to the Sinai Peninsula. The explosives were found during an examination of boxes on the truck. The driver admitted he was on his way to a meeting with a smuggler and that the