If 9/11 was "the day that changed everything" for America, this was the day of reckoning for Europe.
The preacher still has dozens of sermons on the video-sharing platform, months after the deadly assault.
The three-minute chant was played for as long as 30 minutes.
Russia said it killed the top militant in May but the Lebanese group has challenged the claim.
"One fight there, another here—at the age of 16, I killed someone. A person, really," he said.
The Courtyard by Marriott is undergoing a similar transformation to Riyadh's Ritz-Carlton.
Workers at St. Peter’s will no longer enjoy papal pulls of tobacco from next year.
Archaeologists are skeptical.
In 2015, the French far-right leader tweeted “Daesh is THIS!”—using an Arabic acronym for ISIS—along with photos.
The amount is three times the official Pentagon estimate, according to a new study.
The hotel is fully booked for at least the next two months after being used as a luxury prison.
Hamza is already designated as a “global terrorist” by the United States.
A new image purportedly shows the princes sleeping on mattresses in a function room.
"They know exactly what they are doing," Trump wrote of the Saudi royal family.
Media reports indicated that jihadis had mentioned the young royal's school as a target.
"They have undermined our democratic system,” the former director of national intelligence said.
The payments were made by companies linked to Trump’s former campaign chairman.
Details of the schemes to kill the Cuban leader were contained in a secret 1975 report.
The former president has been summoned to be a juror next month in Illinois and will stand to earn up to $17.20 a day.
"We are deeply saddened by the loss of our comrade,” Gen. John Nicholson said.
The defense secretary offered unequivocal support to key U.S. ally South Korea.
An unidentified defendant in the investigation is set to be detained on Monday.