U.S. President Joe Biden.

The U.S. Marks The 21st Anniversary Of The 9/11 Terror Attacks

The ceremonies also come one month after a U.S. drone strike killed Ayman al-Zawahri, a key Al-Qaeda leader who helped plan the attacks.

 | Kellan Howell

First responders salute in a driving rain as a U.S. flag is unfurled at the Pentagon in Washington.

U.S. Marks 21st Anniversary Of 9/11 Terror Attacks

Victims' relatives and dignitaries are convening at the places where hijacked jets crashed on Sept. 11, 2001.

 | AP

Damien Sanderson, left, and his brother Myles Sanderson.

Why Was Suspect In Canadian Stabbing Rampage On The Streets?

Myles Sanderson was released by a parole board in February while serving a a sentence of over four years on charges including assault and robbery.

 | AP

Teachers and students sit in a classroom in Afghanistan.

Afghan Teachers Are Finding Ways Around Taliban's School Ban For Girls

Teachers in Afghanistan are opening secret and mobile schools to continue education for young girls, though the Taliban have banned it.

 | Clayton Sandell

Pallets containing a shipment of 9mm SUB2000 rifles await shipment to Ukraine at the KelTec gun manufacturing facility

Intel Officers, Analysts Urge Stronger Tracking Of Weapons To Ukraine

U.S. officials fear weapons sent to Ukraine could fall into the wrong hands.

 | Sasha Ingber

Terry Gately

An American Escapes Russian Intimidation In Ukraine

An American held captive by the Russians during the Ukraine invasion was rescued after being held captive.

 | Jason Bellini

Olena Zelenska, second from left, spouse of Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, walks out of the State Department

Ukraine's First Lady Olena Zelenska Makes Remarks To Congress

Olena Zelenska addressed a bipartisan group of lawmakers on Capitol Hill about Russia destroying the Ukrainian people.

 | Jason Bellini

Iryna Dmytriyeva and her daughter Liza

Russian Missile Attack In Vinnytsia, Ukraine, Kills 23 People

At least 23 people are dead and18 are missing — four of them children — after a Russian cruise missile was launched from a submarine in the Black Sea.

 | Jason Bellini

an explosion

Ukraine's New Rocket Systems Appear To Be Setting Russia Back

HIMARS, the U.S.-provided rocket system, is the star player as Ukraine for the first time hits Russia where it hurts.

 | Jason Bellini

New Zealand Police Minister Chris Hipkins

New Zealand Designates The Proud Boys As A Terrorist Organization

The South Pacific nation also designated far-right extremist group The Base a terrorist organization.

 | AP

The accused Josef S. covers his face as he sits at the court room in Brandenburg, Germany

Germany: Former Nazi Guard, 101, Jailed For Aiding Murder

The man, who was identified by local media as Josef S., had denied working as an SS guard at the camp and aiding and abetting the murder of thousands.

 | AP

shopping mall hit by missiles

Ukraine Receives Same Defensive System That Protects The White House

The U.S will send Ukraine an advanced missile-defense system that can hit 72 targets at once, says a Biden administration official.

 | Jason Bellini

The Swedish Security Police

U.S. Slaps Terrorist Designation On Russian, Swedish Extremists

The U.S. Department of the Treasury announced its first sanctions against White supremacists.

 | Mark Greenblatt

Montana Sen. Steve Daines

Is Putin A Terrorist? The First U.S. Senator To Visit Ukraine Says Yes

Republican Sen. Steve Daines traveled to Kyiv and Bucha last week with Republican Rep. Victoria Spartz, who is Ukrainian American.

 | Maritsa Georgiou

An Israeli youth prays after a wave of violence in Israel.

Israelis Feeling 'Insecure' After 5th Terror Attack In 2 Weeks

Outside of the war, this is the deadliest wave of violence Israel has seen in years, with five more civilians killed Wednesday.

 | Alexandra Miller

A Taliban fighter checking documents after an explosion in Kabul.

ISIS Attack On Kabul Hospital Leaves 7 Dead, 16 Wounded

Five attackers were also killed. It was one of the most brazen ISIS attacks yet since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan.

 | AP

Taliban fighters block roads after an explosion.

Kabul Hospital Attack Leaves At Least 3 Dead, 16 Wounded

Residents say they heard two explosions and gunfire in the area, but there's been no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack.

 | AP

People protest for the release of the kidnapped missionaries near the missionaries' headquarters in Titanyen

Agonizing Wait For Families Of Kidnapped Missionaries In Haiti

Efforts to free the hostages are severely complicated by political instability, with huge parts of the capital under the control of street gangs.

 | Ben Schamisso

People protest for the release of kidnapped missionaries

Day 5 Of Haiti Kidnapping As U.S. Says It Won't Pay $17M Ransom

A Haitian gang is demanding $17 million for the release of 17 kidnapped missionaries from Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries.

 | Ben Schamisso

Paul Rusesabagina

Man Who Inspired 'Hotel Rwanda' Convicted On Terror Charges

Paul Rusesabagina has so far been convicted of the formation of an illegal armed group, membership in a terrorist group and financing a terror group.

 | AP

Man presents documents.

Iowa Town Rallies Around Former Afghan Interpreter Fighting For Asylum

The community has raised thousands of dollars to pay for Zalmay Niazy's legal fees.

 | Scripps

Undated image provided by Rewards For Justice shows a wanted poster of Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi.

France Says It Killed ISIS Leader In Drone Strike

The French government did not disclose how they identified him as Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi, whose group has terrorized the region.

 | AP and Katherine Biek

This courtroom sketch shows key defendant Salah Abdeslam, in the special courtroom built for the 2015

2015 Paris Attacks Suspect: Deaths of 130 'Nothing Personal'

Nine ISIS gunmen and suicide bombers struck within minutes of one another at several locations around Paris on Nov. 13, 2015.

 | AP

Security forces guard an entrance of the Palace of Justice Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2021 in Paris.

Trial Begins For 20 Men Accused In 2015 Paris Attacks

Twenty men are charged, but six of them will be tried in absentia.

 | AP

A woman is evacuated from the Bataclan concert hall after a shooting in Paris in 2015.

Paris Terror Attack Trial Starts Wednesday

There are questions that only the men on the stand can answer.

 | Emily Grossberg and AP

Police and ambulance staff attend a scene outside an Auckland supermarket,

New Zealand Police Kill Suspected Terrorist Seconds Into Knife Attack

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the suspect was a "known security threat."

 | Emily Grossberg and AP

Afghans stand in line

What's Next For Afghanistan?

The future of the country remains uncertain after U.S. troops moved out.

 | Scripps

Family honors fallen soldiers

KSTU: Utah Neighbors Remember Service Members Killed In Kabul

The neighbors put out flags and hand-drawn pictures to honor people killed in the suicide bombing.


Family enters building.

Afghan Community In California Scrambles To Help Relatives

"Little Kabul" in Fremont, California, is considered one of the largest Afghan communities in the U.S.

 | Scripps

People wait at the airport.

Groups Help Afghan Refugees Adapt To Life In The U.S.

The Denver division of the International Rescue Committee helped resettle 65 migrants between October 2020 and June 2021.

 | Scripps