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Japan stunned after horrific video

Japan stunned after horrific video

From prime minister to ordinary people, Japanese responded with shock Sunday at a video purportedly showing one of two Japanese hostages of the extremist Islamic… Read More ›

Swedish reporter dons kippa and films the anti-Semitic abuse he encountered

Swedish reporter dons kippa and films the anti-Semitic abuse he encountered

After more anti-Semitic crimes were reported in Malmo than in any other city in Sweden, Swedish reporter Peter Lindgren decided to conduct a social experiment… Read More ›

Russian’s economic crisis will worsen

Russian’s economic crisis will worsen

Russian’s economic crisis will worsen and is likely to be longer than the last one in 2008-2009. During a debate Friday at the World Economic… Read More ›

Measles outbreak in California that began at Disneyland

Measles outbreak in California that began at Disneyland

The U.S. pediatrician group urged parents, schools and communities to vaccinate children against measles in the face of an outbreak that began at Disneyland in… Read More ›

Google will sell wireless phone service

Google will sell wireless phone service

If everything falls into place, Google Inc. could offer discounted wireless data plans that would pressure other major carriers to offer better deals and services… Read More ›

A hacker arrested on charges of hacking into the computers of well-known artists

A hacker arrested on charges of hacking into the computers of well-known artists

A suspected Israeli hacker was arrested on charges of hacking into the computers of Madonna and a number of other well-known artists in order to… Read More ›

Iran and Russia sign a military cooperation agreement

Iran and Russia sign a military cooperation agreement

Iran and Russia signed an agreement to expand military ties in a visit to Tehran by the Russian defense minister. Sergei Shoigu, in remarks carried… Read More ›

A New Yorker who sent money to Al-Qaida gets 15 years in prison

A New Yorker who sent money to Al-Qaida gets 15 years in prison

A man who sent $67,000 to al-Qaida and pledged his support to the terror group was sentenced to 15 years in prison by a judge… Read More ›

Iraq’s prime minister asks for help to win the war against the Islamic State group

Iraq’s prime minister asks for help to win the war against the Islamic State group

Iraq’s prime minister on Wednesday appealed to the U.S.-led coalition and the international community to do more to help his country win the war against… Read More ›

Terror Attack in Tel Aviv, 17 Wounded

Terror Attack in Tel Aviv, 17 Wounded

Five stabbed on Tel Aviv bus in terror attack Over 10 people were wounded Wednesday morning in a terror attack in central Tel Aviv. At… Read More ›

Is Hamas going to be removed from terror list

Is Hamas going to be removed from terror list

The European Union foreign policy chief says the bloc is launching an appeal against last month’s EU court ruling that ordered the Palestinian group Hamas… Read More ›

Madagascar was battered by a tropical storm

Madagascar was battered by a tropical storm

Madagascar officials say at least 14 people were killed over the weekend when the island was battered by a tropical storm. The National Office of… Read More ›

Five people arrested for Pakistan school massacre

Five people arrested for Pakistan school massacre

Afghan security services have arrested five men in connection with the massacre at a Pakistan military school last month that killed 150 people, most of… Read More ›

Brritain’s Home Secretary Theresa May urges action to combat anti-Semitism

Brritain’s Home Secretary Theresa May urges action to combat anti-Semitism

Britain’s Home Secretary Theresa May has urged fresh action to combat anti-Semitism amid fears in the Jewish community following the terror attacks in Paris. Speaking… Read More ›

Abe Foxman blames Obama for not recognizing radical Islam as problem

Abe Foxman blames Obama for not recognizing radical Islam as problem

Abe Foxman as the guardian of the Jewish people, he recently pointed his finger at world leaders for refusing to name radical Islam as the… Read More ›

Belgian authorities say more than ten people arrested in anti terror raids

Belgian authorities say more than ten people arrested in anti terror raids

Dozen suspects have been arrested in Belgium, France and Germany in continuing searches for suspected terrorists, authorities said Friday. Thirteen people were detained in Belgium… Read More ›

Two men arrested in Berlin on suspicion of supporting terrorism

Two men arrested in Berlin on suspicion of supporting terrorism

Hundreds of Berlin police raided 11 residences at dawn Friday, taking two Turkish men into custody on suspicion they were recruiting fighters and procuring equipment… Read More ›

Endless nightmare in Paris

Endless nightmare in Paris

Three people have been taken hostage by an unknown gunman at a post office in Colombes, a northwest suburb of Paris, French media reported Friday.… Read More ›

Obama wants to veto new Iran sanctions

Obama wants to veto new Iran sanctions

President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron pledged a joint effort on Friday to fight domestic terrorism following deadly attacks in France. They… Read More ›

Anti-Islam group buys ads on San Francisco buses and displays the image of Adolf Hitler

Anti-Islam group buys ads on San Francisco buses and displays the image of Adolf Hitler

An anti-Islam group has sparked controversy with the purchase of advertisements on San Francisco’s public buses that display the image of Adolf Hitler and accuse… Read More ›