Last week, a US military lawyer on the defense team for self-proclaimed 9/11-attacks mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed resigned from the Army in protest of the “show trial” conducted by the US at Guantanamo Bay.
Six to nine months of cooperation between Iran and International Atomic Energy Agency, aided by talks between the 3+3 group, is enough to settle the Iranian nuclear issue and have sanctions relaxed, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.
Outgoing FBI Director Robert Mueller is concerned about growing domestic terror threats, and says he is particularly worried about Americans traveling to Syria and coming back with intentions “to undertake an attack upon the homeland.”
The US State Department has told citizens and non-essential staff at its embassy in Yemen to leave the country "immediately" due to security threats, while the US Air Force is moving personnel out of the capital of Sanaa.
Leaked internal data produced by Pakistani officials documenting drone strikes on the ground reveal a high civilian death toll, countering US claims that the targeted assassination campaign results in “exceedingly rare” fatalities.
The Chechen ethnicity of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects is “misleading” as the militant groups of Russia’s North Caucasus wouldn’t be interested in striking the US, Matt Clements, a regional manager at the IHS information company, told RT.
Chechen groups have been held responsible for a number of major terrorist attacks, with militants from Chechnya and neighboring provinces targeting Russian residents since the conflict in the North Caucasus republic began in 1994.