My theory for why the Iraqi dictator, were he still alive, would have ridden it out.
A telling headline translation shows how Algeria's nuances and history can sometimes get obscured.
Analysts are navigating a dense web of overlapping and sometimes contradictory questions, mysteries, and datapoints.
The record of al-Qaeda's North Africa franchise looks, in some ways, more like that of the Taliban.
Bob Dudley said there are "grave fears that we are likely to have suffered one or more fatalities."
Three excellent, entertaining films that also help to understand the ongoing news out of this North African country.
The Algerian civil war ended 13 years ago everywhere but in the minds of the generals and Islamists who squared off in the Saharan.
An annotated transcript of the U.K. prime minister's speech on Algeria.
Freed hostages said they had explosive strapped to their chests or had to hide for days to avoid the attackers.
The group's history in Algeria is more complicated than you might think.