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The Canadian Supreme Court could hear an appeal to Friday's ruling against extraditing suspected al-Qaeda collaborator Abdullah Khadr to the United States.

Canadian judges denied an appeal to bring Abdullah Khadr, a Canadian citizen, to Boston to face charges of procuring munitions and explosives to be used by al-Qaeda against U.S. and coalition forces in Afghanistan. Read more»

Hotel Taj Mahal burns following explosions and gunfire during an attack by terrorists in Mumbai, India, on Nov. 26, 2008.

Bin Laden's time at compound that apparently went unnoticed is at question as the United States and Pakistan's relationship hangs on a thin thread days after indictment of terror suspects. But detailed allegations of ISI involvement in terrorism soon will be made public. Read more»

A screengrab from footage of Osama bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan.

The nighttime attack on Osama bin Laden’s compound by the elite JSOC isn’t the first time U.S. troops have entered Pakistan for covert raids. In the past, such incidents have drawn protests from the Pakistani government, though it has a history of condemning in public actions that it has endorsed in private. Read more»

The killing of Osama bin Laden in a Pakistani city dominated by the military has spotlighted a conundrum that Western counterterror agencies have grappled with for years: Is Pakistan's powerful intelligence service an ally, an enemy or a mix of both? Read more»

Pakistani intelligence fooled only those who didn't pay attention. Read more»