Hamza bin Laden, spokesperson for terror group Al-Qaeda, issued statement days after the CIA released files recovered during a raid at bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad in 2011.
Richard Browning has been developing a futuristic space pack that allows him to fly with control and grace a few feet off the ground.
UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia have increased by almost 500% since start of Yemen War. Saudi-led air strikes have killed over 5,000 civilians, UN says.
Gunmen stormed the building following an explosion. More than 100 employees are thought to be inside.
Kidnapping for ransom is common in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, where militant groups have waged a war against the federal government.
Male Libyan prisoners are being routinely raped by rival militias as a method of torture and humiliation, an investigation has revealed.
South Sudan descended into war in 2013, when president Salva Kiir accused the then prime minister Riek Machar of plotting to overthrow him.
Blast happened at a checkpoint near recently liberated Deir el-Zour where locals were awaiting passage into Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) territory.
The Kingdom said in a statement that it holds Iran responsible for the ballistic missile fired at its capital and warned it was an "act of war".
The president has mocked Kim Jong un, calling him "rocket man" during his maiden UN speech and threatening the nation with "fire and fury".
The US Africa Command vowed to continue targeting "terrorists, their training camps and safe havens throughout Somalia, the region and around the world".
Italian police have seized more than 24 million opioid tablets destined for Isis militants who were planning to sell them at a profit to finance terrorism.
Hours after the Syrian army liberated the city of Deir al-Zour from Isis, came the news that Iraqi forces had entered al-Qaim.
"I am upset by the timing of the revolutions. We told them to slow down," bin Laden is quoted as saying
Three years after its emergence, Isis has been progressively losing territories in both Syria and Iraq, leading most of its members to break ranks and abandon the group.