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Osama bin Laden's son Hamza is dead - White House

Hamza was designated a global terrorist by the US in 2017 after he called for acts of terrorism in Western capitals and threatened to take revenge against the United States for killing his father.

By REUTERS
14/09/2019
A photograph circulated by the U.S. State Department’s Twitter account to announce a $1 million USD

U.S. believes Osama bin Laden's son Hamza is dead

Hamza, believed to be about 30 years old, was at his father's side in Afghanistan before the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States.

By REUTERS
01/08/2019

Tunisia holds passport of Islamist militant suspect deported by Germany

Germany deported Sami Aidoudi last month but a German court on Wednesday demanded his return.

By REUTERS
18/08/2018

Iran denies Saudi allegations of harboring bin Laden's son

Decades-old animosity between Sunni Muslim kingdom of Saudi Arabia and revolutionary Shi'ite Iran has deepened in recent years.

By REUTERS
20/03/2018

Pakistani minister decries U.S. as 'friend who always betrays'

Small groups of students chanting "Death to America" and "Death to Trump" burnt American flags and torched photos of Trump after Friday prayers in capital Islamabad and the eastern city of Lahore.

By REUTERS
07/01/2018
Iran Syria

Iran’s support for al-Qaida

Trump is hardly alone in noting Iranian links to al-Qaida.

23/10/2017

How has the face of Islamic terrorism changed since 9/11?

When the dust settled and the smoke cleared, 2,997 people were dead, another 6,000 were injured and the course of history was changed forever.

By CHARLES BYBELEZER/THE MEDIA LINE
11/09/2017
The twin towers after being hit, 9/11

5,844 days later: Reflections on 9/11

The events of the day that prompted the war on terror, which continues on today.

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A pre-9/11 moment in a post-9/11 world?

How an apathetic American public is letting terrorism thrive again.

By ARI KRAUSS
20/09/2016
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