Cherif Kouachi

An man holds a picture in support of Cherif and Said Kouachi during a demonstration against Charlie Hebdo in Kabul. The brothers stormed the French satirical magazine's Paris offices in January, killing 12 people.

Pakistan is an unexpected leader in rehabilitating former jihadis


Experts are realizing there’s no way to capture or kill our way out of the problem of Westerners joining radical groups in places like Iraq or Syria. Luckily, there is an increasing number of programs aimed at bringing these mostly young men back into the fold.

The Kouachi brothers gesture after shooting up the Charlie Hebdo office in Paris last week.

Where did the Paris attackers get their guns?

Police officers secure access to a residential building during investigations in the eastern French city of Reims on January 8, 2015, after the shooting against the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo, a satirical newspaper.

How the Kouachi brothers fell through the cracks