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Two confirmed dead in Saudi government building suicide bombing

A suicide bombing inside a southern Saudi Arabian government building has left at least two confirmed dead, both of whom are believed to Al Qaeda linked militants.
In the Media by Greta McClain

U.S. seeks regional support to end Iraq political chaos

Baghdad - Top U.S. officials have reached out to key regional leaders to help resolve the political chaos in Iraq even as the Iraqi premier offered a general amnesty to undercut support for a raging jidhadist-led offensive.
In the Media by W.G. Dunlop (AFP)

FBI arrests home grown terrorist woman at Denver airport

Denver - A 19-year-old resident of the northern Denver suburb of Arvada has been arrested on charges of helping the jihadist ISIS guerrillas sweeping Iraq.
In the Media by Robert Weller - 4 comments

What you need to know about drone accidents

Washington - These days things that seem to be falling from the sky could be real: most likely drones or even Wi-Fi balloons. There soon will be many more of these devices flying.
In the Media by Robert Weller - 4 comments

Desmond Tutu: I will NOT vote ANC!

Desmond Tutu has confirmed that he will not be voting for the ANC in the upcoming elections, and has subtly called on South Africans to do the same by advising them to think and pray before they vote, and not to just vote "like cattle".
In the Media by Matthew Hendricks - 12 comments

Reid ups ante on Bundy supporters, says are 'domestic terrorists'

Sharply escalating the stakes in a dispute over grazing fees allegedly owed to the US government by a cattle rancher in Nevada, Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) has declared that Cliven Bundy and his supporters who carry arms are "domestic terrorists."
In the Media by Ralph Lopez - 21 comments

ANC throw bricks and petrol bombs at DA supporters and police

Johannesburg - The Democratic Alliance attempted a march through Johannesburg to Luthuli House today to hand a memorandum to the ANC regarding "real jobs." They were stopped by violent ANC members who threw bricks and petrol bombs at them and the police.
In the Media by Matthew Hendricks - 6 comments

Syria: Polio outbreak caused by Pakistan jihadists

The ongoing civil war in Syria has devastated a country that, two and a half years ago, had subsidized health care. Today, with 7 million people displaced, Syria is dealing with a massive humanitarian crisis, as well as an outbreak of polio.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 10 comments

Op-Ed: FAA isn't making airplane seats home offices

The most essential ingredient in making a home office work is communication with the outside world. By that definition allowing mobile phones on airplanes doesn’t make a passenger seat an office.
In the Media by Robert Weller - 3 comments

Egyptian air strikes leave one dead and 30 injured

Egyptian Air Force strikes in the Sinai Peninsular leave one dead, 30 injured and several militants arrested. An army official states: "We are cleaning the villages from dangerous terrorists" as operations continue in Northern Sinai.
In the Media by Dawn Denmar

Run! 'Osama' has a sparkler!

A new document from the Department of Homeland Security discusses the potential misuse of fireworks that are readily available for not only the average Independence Day fanatic but dangerous terrorists as well!
In the Media by Alex Allen - 1 comment

Saudi Arabia: Al-Qaeda linked terrorists should be armed

Saudi Arabia's foreign minister stated that the al-Qaeda affiliated terrorists in Syria must be armed, but weapon shipments to al-Assad's regime must be halted.
In the Media by Saunon Malek

London mosque torched in 'hate crime' fire

Counter-terrorism officers are investigating a suspicious fire at a Somali community center in north London where graffiti spelling out the name of a far-right group was left on the building. Police say graffiti reading EDL was found on the building.
In the Media by Eko Armunanto - 9 comments

Op-Ed: Don’t bomb the interview: job tips for terrorists

If you find yourself changing careers, out on the streets looking for a new job, you probably will learn what other job seekers have discovered: it is a cruel and ugly world out there.
In the Media by John David Powell - 1 comment

Dmitry Rogozin: Russian 'Robocop Cyborg' to kill terrorists.

Russian experts are developing robots designed not only to minimize casualties in terrorist attacks but also to neutralize terrorists the Russian state finds to be potential threats, despite they haven’t yet done anything wrong.
In the Media by Eko Armunanto

Op-Ed: As N. Ireland nears G8 lockdown — the case for a permanent G8 HQ

Enniskillen - Next month, G8 leaders and their entourages descend on County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland for the 39th G8 summit, on June 17-18. Like earlier summits, an agreeable location will host the event, on the shores of picturesque Lough Erne.
In the Media by Robert Myles

FBI’s fake website entrapping terrorist wannabe got critics

"It means Tounisi was arrested for trying to join the Syrian rebels group that our State Department is funding. How much more screwed up can this administration be” says a critic.
In the Media by Eko Armunanto - 1 comment

Video: 'Little Commandos' undergo arms training in Taliban camp

A video entitled "Little Commandos" which shows children as young as five training with heavy firearms at a terrorist training camp in a remote tribal area of Pakistan has surfaced online.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 1 comment

Nigeria: Silent video posted online appears to show dead hostages

A silent video posted online appears to show the bodies of hostages kidnapped in Nigeria on February 16. Islamist militant group Ansaru claimed to have killed all seven hostages, at the weekend, as special forces launched a rescue mission.
In the Media by Eileen Kersey

US intelligence in Jordan captured Bin Laden's son-in-law

Bin Laden's son-in-law Suleiman Abu Ghaith, who once served as an al Qaeda spokesman, was in US custody on Thursday following a secret operation involving Jordanian intelligence services, the CIA and the FBI.
In the Media by Eko Armunanto

Op-Ed: Barack Obama and the forgotten Emmett Till

No presidency is complete without a constitutional crisis, real or imagined. Political critics claimed George W. Bush committed a string of high crimes and misdemeanors, from the Iraq war, to torture, to illegal wiretaps.
In the Media by John David Powell - 2 comments

Militants: 35 hostages held in Algeria killed in assault

Algerian security sources have told Reuters that 35 hostages being held at an oil field in Algeria have been killed. Fifteen kidnappers have also been killed, according to Al Jazeera.
In the Media by Greta McClain - 4 comments

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.
In the Media by Can Tran

Video: Obama's 'soft power' approach has visibly changed

A recently unearthed video shows that President Obama has greatly shifted his views on how to address terrorism, advocating a “soft power” approach in 2004, to employing drone strikes and targeted killing of terror suspects during his Presidency.
In the Media by Greta McClain - 7 comments

UN confirms foreign terrorists acting in Syria

A United Nations panel appointed to investigate war crimes in Syria has confirmed the presence of "foreign elements" including "Islamist militants" in Syria.
In the Media by Katerina Nikolas - 5 comments

United Nations says Afghan Taliban 2011 income was $400 million

Kabul - A new report from the United Nations shows that the Taliban in Afghanistan generated an income of approximately $400 million last year. The sources of revenue were donations, taxing local economies and extorting aid groups and drug dealers.
In the Media by Andrew Moran

US blacklists Haqqani network, testing relationship with Pakistan

Washington - The Pakistani-based Haqqani Network has been blacklisted by the U.S. and is now considered a terrorist group. This was a much-disputed decision and Pakistan voiced its surprise at it. But U.S. dismay at deadly Haqqani violence drove the decision.
In the Media by Joan Firstenberg

Israel fends off 1000 attacks every minute from cyber terrorists

Tel Aviv - Israel's latest battleground is online as cyber terrorists try to strike a blow against public utilities, launching 1000 attacks every minute.
In the Media by Darren Weir

The Munich Massacre — 40 years later

Munich - On Sept. 5, 1972 the spirit of comradery, peace and sportsmanship was shattered when members of the terrorist group Black September stormed the Israeli athletes dorm at the Munich Olympics. Two people were killed and nine were taken hostage.
In the Media by Greta McClain

Forsyth Park fountain among domestic terrorists' targets

Savannah - During a murder case, a plot by Army soldiers to commit a number of anti-government attacks was uncovered and Savannah's Forsyth Park fountain was among the targets.
In the Media by Kay Mathews - 5 comments
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Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma stands next to the logo for the 2010 Commonwealth Gam...
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Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma stands next to the logo for the 2010 Commonwealth Games during a recent visit to India. The games are being held in New Delhi, India, from October 3-14 , 2010.
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Mosques and Islamic centers in London have been on high alert after several were attacked following ...
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Mosques and Islamic centers in London have been on high alert after several were attacked following the slaying of a British soldier Lee Rigby.
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A newspaper box.
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A newspaper box.
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Two Hamas fighters show off Yasin RPG.
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Raising security concerns ahead of the Commonwealth Games  two men on a motorbike fired several roun...
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Raising security concerns ahead of the Commonwealth Games, two men on a motorbike fired several rounds on a tourist vehicle near the historic Jama Masjid in the walled city, injuring two Taiwanese nationals.
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A Kenyan resident walks past a house that was burnt down during a new overnight attack in Lamu  on J...
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A Kenyan resident walks past a house that was burnt down during a new overnight attack in Lamu, on July 6, 2014
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A file image grab taken from a video uploaded on YouTube on August 23  2013 allegedly shows a member...
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A file image grab taken from a video uploaded on YouTube on August 23, 2013 allegedly shows a member of Ussud Al-Anbar (Anbar Lions), a group affiliated to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), holding up the black and white Islamist flag
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Tony Blair  former British prime minister is widely criticized for offering Libyan dictator Muammar ...
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Tony Blair, former British prime minister is widely criticized for offering Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi "the hand of friendship." Blair first visited Libya in 2004, and was instrumental in transforming a pariah state into an ally and helping BP to seal a big energy deal with Gaddafi's regime.
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Mothers of the missing Chibok school girls abducted by Boko Haram Islamists gather to receive inform...
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Mothers of the missing Chibok school girls abducted by Boko Haram Islamists gather to receive information from officials on May 5, 2014
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Little Commandos
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Little Commandos
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3 most wanted al-Qaida terrorists
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3 most wanted al-Qaida terrorists
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Boston bombs suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev  19  captured (right). Tamerlan Tsarnaev  26  dead (left)
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Boston bombs suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, captured (right). Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, dead (left)
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A captured Iraqi military vehicle
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A captured Iraqi military vehicle
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4-year-old Isabella Brademeyer who TSA officials accused of possibly concealing a gun.
Michelle Brademeyer via Facebook public page
4-year-old Isabella Brademeyer who TSA officials accused of possibly concealing a gun.
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FBI list of most wanted terrorists.
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FBI list of most wanted terrorists.
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The incident happened outside the Jama Masjid  one of India s biggest mosques.
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The incident happened outside the Jama Masjid, one of India's biggest mosques.
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A helicopter flies over the area as smoke pours from the southwest corner of the Pentagon Building, minutes after a hijacked airliner crashed into the southwest corner of the building, during the 9/11 terrorists attacks.
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A footbridge close to the main Jawaharlal Nehru stadium (above) collapsed Tuesday  injuring 27 peopl...
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A footbridge close to the main Jawaharlal Nehru stadium (above) collapsed Tuesday, injuring 27 people and leaving five in a critical condition.
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9/11 at the World Trade Center
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Twin Towers on fire. 9/11. 13 to 14 minutes after Flight 11 Impact Tower 1 (at the right side) and seconds after impact United Airlines Flight 175 in Tower 2 (left side). Seen from the north.
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A young South African student in Durban writes a message on a blackboard during a "BringBackOur...
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A young South African student in Durban writes a message on a blackboard during a "BringBackOurGirls" school project on May 15, 2014
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