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Most Americans appear to support torture against terror suspects

According to a recent poll, nearly two-thirds of Americans believe torture is an acceptable way of extracting information from suspected terrorists -- a level of support similar to that of Nigeria, where attacks are more common.

France on terror alert following three incidents in three days

Nantes - Following three possible terror attacks in three days, the French government has put the nation on terror alert as operation “Vigipirate” swings into action.

Remains of unidentified WTC victims to be moved to museum

New York - Still-unidentified remains of as many as 1,000 victims of the terrorist attack that destroyed New York City's two tallest buildings in 2001 will likely be moved Saturday to a new repository at the old World Trade Center site.

Poll shows 57% of Americans fear terror attack at Sochi

With the Sochi Winter Olympic Games beginning Thursday, Russia is on high alert, and some Americans are saying they have legitimate reasons to worry about security at Sochi.

Op-Ed: 9/11 a day of tribute, and remembering the importance of living

Minneapolis - Like Pearl Harbor, it's a day that will live in infamy. Thousands were lost and countless families never even got a chance to say goodbye.

Eyewitness to Boston Marathon bombing says police announced drill

Boston - A coach with the University of Mobile who was returning to the finish line at the time of the attack, claims that police announced that they were conducting a drill.

Video: Following the Taliban's money trail

When combating terror across the world, there is the focus on going after the financial streams of terrorist organizations and crime organizations with ties to terror.

Breivik charged with terror attacks

Oslo - Anders Behring Breivik, the man who confessed to attacks which left 77 dead and 242 injured in Norway has been charged with terrorism, BBC News reports.

American Al-Qaeda Adam Gadahn calls for terrorist attacks

On Friday a video message from American-born Al Qaeda spokesperson Adam Gadahn was released asking Muslims in America to carry out one-man terrorist attacks.

UK Parliament told to prepare for Mumbai-style attacks

Members of Parliament are being told to prepare themselves for Mumbai-style attacks although security officials stress that the threat level to the UK remains unchanged.

Op-Ed: Time to review post-9/11 mentality and face reality?

9/11 Truth: As more evidence obliterating the Government's 'official' 9/11 fairy tale emerges, demands for investigation into the truth about what happened that day are growing. When do we review the post-9/11 mentality and face reality?

Federal judge rejects 9/11 health settlement offer

In a move opening the door for more negotiation and legal fees, a federal judge on Friday rejected a proposed $657m settlement to compensate first responders and workers at the 9/11 ground zero attack site.

CIA, FBI warn of imminent terrorist attack in U.S.

A terrorist attack on U.S. soil is certain, according to Leon Pannetta, the nation's top security official. He warns Al Qaeda is ready to strike, and the nation must be prepared.

Op-Ed: Catalytic Terrorism Reveals the Fallacy of Security Theater

After eight years of utilizing conveniently-timed catalytic terrorist attacks and dis-informative propaganda to destroy civil rights while warring in 5 different countries against an enemy we created, the U.S. government still can't get their act together

Photos of 9/11 Mastermind Might Fuel New Attacks Against U.S.

New photographs of self-proclaimed 9/11 mastermind, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed have leaked onto the Internet and experts are concerned the images might inspire new attacks against the United States.

Pakistan Foils Attacks Targeting Foreign Embassies Special

Pakistani authorities have foiled a plot to attack six foreign embassies in the capital, Islamabad. Five European embassies and the South African High Commission are believed to have been the targets of the attacks.

Writers with Criminal Intent on the 'Net Revealed By Forensics

Those who thought they get away with saying anything they wanted to on the Internet may find themselves in hot water. That’s if forensic investigations turn out to be as planned as current studies reveal.

Public Opinion Gives George Bush Credit for No Terror Attacks on the U.S. Since 2001

62 percent, of respondents to the Pew poll, say that George Bush and his administration's policies have had a great deal or a fair amount to do with the fact that there have been no terrorist attacks in the United States since 2001.

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Terrorists in Iraq often time their attacks for maximum loss of life.  Here the remains of a bus in ...
Terrorists in Iraq often time their attacks for maximum loss of life. Here the remains of a bus in Najaf show the results of a car bomb that occurred days before the country’s parliamentary election on March 7, 2010. In all, three people were killed in this bombing and 50 were wounded.
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TERRORIST ATTACK: Emergency personnel respond to the Sept. 11  2001  terrorist attack on the Pentago...
TERRORIST ATTACK: Emergency personnel respond to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the Pentagon that killed nearly 200 workers and passengers on a hijacked jet that was crashed into the building.
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Two 9/11 Truth activists holding a banner.
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