Al Qaeda still on the rise 10 years after the hunt for Osama bin Laden

The terrorist network grows in the heat of the withdrawal of the United States from Afghanistan

Obama and Biden in the ‘Situation Room’.PETER SOUZA / CASA BLANCA



Updated on Saturday, 1 May 2021 – 22:43

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A decade after the murder of Osama bin Laden. From the vindication of Barack Obama as a tough president, from the celebrations in front of the White House to the shout of “USA! USA!” and from the chants of victory against terrorism, Al Qaeda, the network led by the Saudi billionaire turned jihadist militant, is still alive. And it grows. Neither the successive blows against the organization’s legs in Syria, Yemen or Afghanistan, nor the loss of its pulse against the Islamic State have

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