Former FBI assistant special agent and COO of The Soufan Group, Don Borelli discusses the big job ahead of officials investigating the Boston Marathon explosions.
Who did it, and what was their motive? Those are the two questions being asked by Americans, even President Obama, on Tuesday, the day after a deadly bombing at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Don Borelli, a former senior FBI official, said it was too early to draw any conclusions, but suggested that the nature of the attack has him leaning towards domestic - instead of international - terrorism...
Robert McFadden, Senior Vice President of The Soufan Group discusses whether Osama Bin Laden's son-in-law should he be tried before military tribunal?
The dramatic and deadly 4-day siege at the In Amenas gas plant in Algeria just a few weeks ago came as a shock to many. 37 foreigners (including 6 Britons and a British resident) died... The incident's shone a light on a wider crisis -- that of a new African battleground. And the current and complex fight in Mali between Tuareg rebels, who want a separate state, Islamic militants (allied to al-Qaeda) and Malians - is hitting the headlines on a daily basis. Prime Minister David Cameron described the threat in North Africa as 'a global one...'. One which he said "will require a global response. It will require a response that is about years, even decades, rather than months." Presented by Marverine Cole.
IBTimes UK TV spoke to former FBI agent and author, Ali Soufan, in his New York offices, about the recent release of the film "Zero Dark Thirty," enhanced interrogation techniques, and his controversial book "The Black Banners."