The Taliban carried out a devastating suicide car bombing in central Afghanistan Sunday that killed 12 people and wounded over 150 others.
After last week’s controversial visit to Xinjiang by the head of the UN’s Counterterrorism Office, Beijing has responded to international concerns that such a trip was “inappropriate” by again claiming that the surveillance state in place to monitor the Muslim Uighur population is justified by the security context.
A suicide bomber detonated a vehicle filled with explosives outside the national military academy here, killing at least six people and wounding 16 others.
The U.S. State Department recently released a list of countries with the highest risk for kidnapping, adding to its travel advisories for every country around the world on crime, terrorism, civil unrest, and other potential dangers.
President Trump delivered his first State of the Union address in a divided Washington on Tuesday night. Here are some big takeaways.
Afghan officials confirmed Tuesday that dozens of victims killed the previous day in a brazen Taliban attack on a military base not far from Kabul were members of the country's intelligence agency.
The best way of assuring that America’s security interests are duly met is by better exploiting the many advantages that U.S. aerospace power brings.
A rash of American combat deaths in Afghanistan is putting a spotlight on a stalemated 17-year war that is testing President Donald Trump's commitment to pursuing peace with the Taliban.
The use of assassinations as a weapon to create (or thwart) change is nothing new. Terrorists in the late 19th and early 20th centuries used targeted killings to great effect.