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Khan Younis, Gaza Strip: About a dozen local Palestinians gathered at the Fun Time Beach cafe, a beachside eatery of plastic chairs, umbrellas, and palm leaves, to watch the World Cup match between Argentina and the Netherlands.
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In the latest step in a war of attrition with Israel, Hamas targeted one of the country's nuclear reactors with rockets - an act which escalates the recent outburst of violence in the area to the level of nuclear combat.
5 hrs ago | Daily Times
BEIJING: China is recruiting foreign experts in counterterrorism to assist the training of anti-terror personnel, state-run media reported Thursday, following a spate of deadly attacks which authorities blame on Muslim separatists.
8 hrs ago | KVIA-TV El Paso
A very limited number of airline passengers flying in the United States will be asked to turn on electronic devices while going through airport checkpoints, in an expansion of a security protocol implemented last week at some overseas airports, a U.S. official tells CNN.
12 hrs ago | NewsOK.com
The Treasury Department on Thursday targeted a procurement network suspected of helping Hezbollah, an Islamic militant group based in Lebanon.
16 hrs ago | Switched
Insurgents in Iraq have seized nuclear materials used for scientific research at a university in the country's north, Iraq told the United Nations in a letter appealing for help to "stave off the threat of their use by terrorists in Iraq or abroad."
Denmark has since 2004 supported an Indonesian police academy where the country's controversial elite unit Detachment 88 is being trained to fight terrorism.
France stopped a terrorist plot targeting the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and a nuclear power plant, it was revealed Wednesday as French authorities announced new measures for combating terror.
A federal appeals court on Wednesday ruled that $1.75 billion for terrorism-related judgments against Iran can be distributed to victims of attacks, including a 1983 bombing that killed 241 Marines in Lebanon .
James Franco, left, and Seth Rogen, middle, star in the film "The Interview." North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un is reportedly unimpressed with the film.
Representatives on the Hill talk a good game about going back into Iraq or pursuing a global war on terror, but they aren't actually very interested in all that.
Syrian rebels rampaged through a Sunni village in the central province of Hama Wednesday, firing indiscriminately at civilians and killing 14 people, including seven women, state media and opposition activists said.
It's not going to be enough to hopefully push them back militarily. We're also going to have to do a whole lot more to deny them the ability to have access - primarily through criminal enterprise - to continued financial independence.
Attorney General Eric Holder called on European nations Tuesday to deal more aggressively with the threat posed by the thousands of Westerners who have traveled to Syria to join the fighting there.
The Islamic State extremist group has taken control of a vast former chemical weapons facility northwest of Baghdad, where remnants of 2,500 degraded chemical rockets filled decades ago with the deadly nerve agent sarin are stored along with other chemical warfare agents, Iraq said in a letter circulated Tuesday at the United Nations.
The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria has claimed responsibility for recent suicide bombings in the capital that killed nearly two-dozen people, according to SITE Intelligence, which monitors terrorist groups.
Iraq's U.N. Ambassador Mohamed Ali Alhakim said in a letter to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon circulated Tuesday that "terrorist" groups entered the Muthanna site June 11 and seized weapons and equipment from the protection force guarding the facility.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 09:03 pm
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