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FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists 15 Years Later: The Ones Who Got Away
Fifteen years ago this month, then-President George W. Bush responded to 9/11 by publicly placing 22 top terrorists on an FBI most wanted list. In the decade and half since, more of the original list of fugitives have been killed than caught, while several remain on the run — including two senior
For More Than 7 Years, Former Guantanamo Detainee Still Waiting for 'Home'
Bermuda may be the last place you'd expect to find a former detainee of the Guantanamo detention center, one of the most notorious prisons in the world, but Khalil Mamut has called the beautiful, scenic island in the Atlantic Ocean home for a little more than seven years. In 2009, he and three
Deciding the Future of Guantanamo and Its Prisoners
The detention center at Guantanamo Bay is one of the most notorious prisons in the world. It's located on the eastern edge of Cuba , on a sprawling naval base where ABC News' David Muir and his team recently traveled. Since the Sept. 11 attacks, the prison has held nearly 800 detainees, more than
Guantanamo Detainees to Shelter From Hurricane, Officials Say
Hurricane Matthew may be the most powerful storm to make landfall in a decade when it hits Cuba Tuesday, but the dozens of detainees remaining at the U.S. military detention facility in Guantanamo Bay won't be in danger of making an escape, officials say. "We've taken steps to protect our personnel
Europe on High Alert After Terror Sweeps
Nations across Europe remained on alert Saturday, deploying thousands of officers following terror sweepe by law enforcement agencies in the wake of last week’s deadly attack in Paris. In Greece, four suspected terrorists have been arrested, news agencies reported. Up to 300 soldiers will be
What Is AQAP, the Terror Group Claiming Charlie Hebdo Attack?
An al Qaeda affiliate overnight claimed that it ordered and financed last week’s massacre at the Paris offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo as revenge for the magazine printing cartoons featuring the prophet Mohammed. The terrorist group, AQAP, is based in Yemen, some 2,000 miles
'This Week' Transcript: Former CIA Director Michael Hayden
Below is the rush transcript of "This Week" on December 14, 2014. It may contain errors. ANNOUNCER: Now on ABC This Week. Developing this morning, stunner in the skies: a Russian military plane narrowly avoids a collision with a passenger jet. What has officials so alarmed? The CIA and torture:
Alleged 9 /11 Conspirator 'Holds No Grudge' Against CIA for Torturing Him
One of the men accused of planning and carrying out the Sept. 11 terror attacks watched his torturers suffer as they did their jobs -- and as a result "does not hold any grudges" toward those who inflicted pain on him, his attorneys said today. Lawyers for Ammar al Baluchi (also known as Ali Abdul
Torture Report: CIA Director John Brennan Defends Agency
Central Intelligence Agency Director John Brennan today addressed the revelations contained in a comprehensive report released this week about the agency’s use of enhanced interrogation methods from 2002 to 2009, calling some of the techniques "abhorrent” but defending the program overall. The
Former Vice President Dick Cheney Says CIA Torture Report Is 'Full of Crap'
Former Vice President Dick Cheney says a declassified Senate report on the controversial post-9/11 CIA interrogation program is "full of crap." "I think it is a terrible report, deeply flawed," Cheney said on Fox News, his first televised interview since the report's release. "It's a classic