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Museum attack in Tunis

Museum attack in Tunis

Gunmen in military uniforms attacked a museum in downtown Tunis around noon on Wednesday, killing 19 people, officials said. Security forces later advanced into the… Read More ›

Ten Americans exposed to Ebola virus were flown to the United States for observation

Ten Americans exposed to Ebola virus were flown to the United States for observation

At least 10 Americans possibly exposed to the deadly Ebola virus were being flown to the United States from Sierra Leone for observation, the U.S.… Read More ›

Eight suspected Islamic militants in a dawn raid were arrested in Spain

Eight suspected Islamic militants in a dawn raid were arrested in Spain

Spanish police arrested eight suspected Islamic militants in a dawn raid who were planning attacks in Spain and were recruiting fighters to send to Syria… Read More ›

After receiving threats US embassy in Saudi Arabia shuts

After receiving threats US embassy in Saudi Arabia shuts

The US embassy in Saudi Arabia said it had suspended consular services in the kingdom for two days due to “heightened security concerns”, after warning… Read More ›

ISIS is responsible for a bomb attack in Libyan capital

ISIS is responsible for a bomb attack in Libyan capital

Islamic State militants claimed responsibility for a bomb attack on a police station in the Libyan capital on Thursday in a statement posted on Twitter… Read More ›

Libya’s request for weapons is put on hold

Libya’s request for weapons is put on hold

Libya’s request for UN approval to buy fighter jets, tanks and other weaponry to fight Islamic State militants has been put on hold at the… Read More ›

China jailed two men for selling military secrets

China jailed two men for selling military secrets

China has jailed two men for selling military secrets, including hundreds of photos of the country’s lone aircraft carrier. The state-controlled Dalian Daily said foreign… Read More ›

Murder of Russian former prime minister Nemtsov remains a mystery

Murder of Russian former prime minister Nemtsov remains a mystery

On March 1,  thousands of people, many of them Jewish, in protest of the murder in central Moscow of Boris Nemtsov, a former deputy prime minister.… Read More ›

Pentagon hacker is arrested

Pentagon hacker is arrested

British authorities have arrested a 23-year-old man over a hacking attack on the US Department of Defense, one of 56 people detained in a week-long… Read More ›

Homeless man shot and killed by LAPD in altercation caught on tape

Homeless man shot and killed by LAPD in altercation caught on tape

WARNING: Graphic Content  Cops in Los Angeles fatally shot a homeless man they scuffled with in broad daylight in downtown L.A.’s Skid Row on Sunday,… Read More ›

Arab nations do not support Iran Nuclear Deal

Arab nations do not support Iran Nuclear Deal

In a strange twist, not only is Israel concerned about Obama’s negotiations leading to a nuclear Iran, but there may also be several Arab nations… Read More ›

Jihadist group threatens to turn Libya into another Syria

Jihadist group threatens to turn Libya into another Syria

 Libya’s Foreign Minister Mohamed Dayri has called for Western military support, saying the growing threat from jihadist groups threatened to turn his country into another… Read More ›

ISIS abducts at least 90 people

ISIS abducts at least 90 people

Islamic State militants have abducted at least 90 people from Assyrian Christian villages in northeastern Syria, a monitoring group that tracks violence in Syria said… Read More ›

The longest Gaza smuggling tunnel has been discovered

The longest Gaza smuggling tunnel has been discovered

Egyptian security officials say they have found a 2.5-kilometer (1.5-mile) smuggling tunnel leading into the Gaza Strip, the longest such passageway discovered in their crackdown… Read More ›

France is alarmed after Copenhagen shooting attacks

France is alarmed after Copenhagen shooting attacks

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Monday the threat of militant attacks in the country remained “particularly high” and that exceptional security measures would… Read More ›

Canadian police prevents a plot to kill people at a shopping mall

Canadian police prevents a plot to kill people at a shopping mall

Police foiled a plot by two suspects who were planning on going to a mall and killing as many people as they could before committing… Read More ›

Danish film maker was killed in Copenhagen

Danish film maker was killed in Copenhagen

The documentary filmmaker Finn Noergaard was killed in a shooting at a free speech event in Copenhagen. The Danish Film Institute’s chief Henrik Bo Nielsen… Read More ›

Russian spy in Nitherlands

Russian spy in Nitherlands

The Netherlands has extradited a Russian suspected of involvement in a huge data breach that racked up hundreds of millions of dollars in losses over… Read More ›

Charges are filed against Predident Fernandez

Charges are filed against Predident Fernandez

The investigation into accusations that Argentina’s President Cristina Fernandez tried to cover up Iran’s alleged involvement in a 1994 bombing will go forward despite the… Read More ›

Palestinians boycott Israeli food companies

Palestinians boycott Israeli food companies

Activists from Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah movement launched a campaign in the West Bank, calling on people to boycott products made by six major… Read More ›