The wife of a senior police official in Bangladesh known for battling Islamist militants was stabbed and shot to death in the port city of Chittagong.
The Defense Department's research agency has quietly asked the general public to submit ideas for weaponizing "easily purchased, relatively benign technologies." There are prizes!
Military commanders reacted to an infamous detainee hunger strike and subsequent raid at Guantanamo with disdain and resentment, emails obtained by VICE News show.
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Convicted in absentia for the 2003 rendition of Muslim cleric Abu Omar, former CIA officer Sabrina De Sousa tells VICE News why she's still battling to clear her name.
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Sabrina De Sousa explains how she's used the Freedom of Information Act to try and clear the charges against her for the 2003 rendition of Abu Omar.
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A draft report being prepared by the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights documents grave violations committed by security agencies against innocent civilians in the war with al Shabaab.
As the US president prepares to travel to his father’s homeland, human rights advocates worry that Obama risks legitimizing Kenya’s unscrupulous war on terror.
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Nasir al-Wuhayshi led the group's powerful Yemeni affiliate, and is the latest in a series of senior figures from al Qaeda's Yemen branch to be eliminated by US drone strikes the past five months.
By Liz Fields
Reports the US helped the family of Warren Weinstein as they tried to negotiate with his captors are part of a long history of hypocrisy in hostage policy, a former negotiator tells VICE News.
French lawmakers have spent this week debating a proposed law that has raised concerns over privacy and the government's power to implement a system of mass surveillance.
France has launched an online initiative to combat Islamic State recruitment networks as part of its recently announced anti-terror campaign.
By Ben Bryant
The latest documents leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden reveal that US drone strikes targeted drug dealers accused of supporting the Taliban insurgency.
By Peter Tinti
A burgeoning Franco-American alliance relies heavily on special forces, drones, and private military companies for counterterrorism operations in the Sahara and Sahel regions.
In his first primetime speech in a year, President Barack Obama announced his plan to battle the Islamic State in both Iraq and Syria.
After a controversial extradition, UK citizen Talha Ahsan spent eight years in US prisons for terrorism charges. He's about to be freed.
A leaked government document reveals the extraordinary powers assumed in the name of counterterrorism without our knowledge.
A new report highlights how feds can set up an entire terror plot and still get terror convictions against Muslims.
The CIA has promised to never again use fake children's health programs to spy. We shouldn't have to hear this and can't trust it.