In a wake-up call to investors, Holiday Inn owner InterContinental Hotels said it won’t return extra cash this year.
InterContinental Hotels Group plans to grow with a new brand, as yet to be named, focused on the conversion of upscale hotels into IHG’s family of hotel brands. The chain is also shopping for a luxury brand in similar fashion to theShow More Summary
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In January, Kabul endured three deadly attacks. On January 20, the Taliban stormed Kabul’s InterContinental Hotel, killing 30 people (mainly foreigners) in a siege that lasted 14 hours. A week later, Taliban militants drove an ambulance...Show More Summary
January has been a particularly deadly month in Kabul. Terrorist attacks have taken the lives of hundreds of people in the Afghan capital. One of the deadliest was when the Taliban laid siege to the InterContinental Hotel for about 15 hours and killed 22 people. Related: Afghan officials search for answers to deadly hotel attack [...]Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Four U.S. citizens were killed and two injured in Saturday's attack on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, the U.S. State Department said on Wednesday.
NOORULLAH SHIRZADA/GETTY KABUL—The horror continues: Two recent attacks on foreigners in Afghanistan—one on Sunday targeting the iconic Intercontinental Hotel on a hilltop in Kabul, and one on Wednesday against the offices of the Save...Show More Summary
A suicide squad of six Taliban fighters terrorized the Intercontinental Hotel for 14 hours before the last of them was killed
Americans were among the dead and wounded in the weekend attack by Taliban gunmen on a Kabul luxury hotel, a State Department official said Tuesday. At least 22 people were killed in Kabul's Intercontinental Hotel over the weekend as Taliban militants went room-to-room looking for guests.
On Saturday, January 20, six men disguised in army uniforms launched an attack within Kabul’s InterContinental Hotel, holding it under siege for over 12 hours and killing 22 people, including Americans. Harrowing accounts of survivors...Show More Summary
It's not clear whether they were U.S. government employees or not, or how many were killed and injured. The attack Saturday at the Intercontinental Hotel lasted more than 13 hours.
Investigators say it is likely the attack on Intercontinental Hotel was carried out with inside help.
A State Department official says multiple American citizens were killed and injured in the Taliban's weekend attack on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan. The official isn't giving exact figures for either the U.S. fatalities or injuries. The official wasn't authorized to comment...
Details remain murky 3 days after deadly Taliban siege on popular Intercontinental Hotel in Afghan capital
By Hamid Shalizi KABUL (Reuters) - The deadly assault on the Hotel Intercontinental in Kabul at the weekend, which devastated one of Afghanistan's three main airlines with the killing of many of its foreign pilots, has exposed again how vulnerable the city is to militant attacks. Show More Summary
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Survivors of the Taliban attack on Kabul's Intercontinental Hotel gave harrowing accounts on Monday of the 13-hour weekend standoff that claimed 18 lives, including 14 foreigners.
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Security forces said Sunday they had killed the last of six Taliban militants to end an overnight siege at Kabul's Intercontinental Hotel that left at least 18 people dead, including 14 foreigners. Some of the 150 guests fled the gunbattle and fire sparked by the assault by shimmying down bedsheets from the upper floors.
Women's marches were held across the United States. The Senate will vote today on a potential deal to re-open those portions of the government shut down after funding expired. Gunmen stormed the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, killing...Show More Summary
Gunmen dressed in army uniforms who stormed Kabul's Intercontinental Hotel battled Afghan Special Forces for 13 hours in an overnight siege that left at least five people dead, officials and witnesses said on Sunday. Scarlett Cvitanovich reports