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3 hrs ago | Burnaby Now
The RCMP this week announced that Hasibullah Yusufzai, 25, of Burnaby, B.C., had been charged under a new anti-terror law for allegedly leaving Canada in January to join "Islamist fighters" in Syria.
7 hrs ago | The Raw Story
A cross-shaped steel beam pulled from the rubble of the collapsed World Trade Center in New York days after the September 11, 2001, attacks can be displayed in the national memorial museum at the site, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Monday.
11 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes
Everyone on the orange team Sunday - and the blue and the red and teal, for that matter, all 72 campers - had lost a loved one to terrorism.
15 hrs ago | The Modesto Bee
A presidential statement approved by all 15 council members targets two terrorist groups already subject to U.N. sanctions: Jabhat al-Nusra, one of the most powerful Syrian rebel groups; and the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, which has seized a wide swath of territory in eastern Syria and western Iraq and now calls itself the Islamic State.
15 hrs ago | The Olympian
In unusually harsh language, officials said the criticism of Kerry could put the relationship between the U.S. and Israel in jeopardy.
20 hrs ago | Trend
Muslim extremists from China's far western region of Xinjiang have gone to the Middle East for training and some may have crossed into Iraq to participate in the upsurge of violence there, China's special envoy for the Middle East said on Monday.
There, they found Cameroon's vice prime minister and his wife in their home. The wife was taken after a brief gunfight, but the senior Cameroonian politician somehow escaped.
More death and violence were reported in eastern Ukraine on Sunday, as some investigators stood ready but were unable to go to the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, downed more than a week ago.
The United States is now less safe than it was years ago, in part because a brutal terrorist group has been able to gain power in Iraq after the post-war government there "blew it," a top U.S. intelligence official said Saturday.
U.N. peacekeepers located the second black box on Saturday amid the wreckage of the plane that took off from Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, and was heading to Algiers, Algeria when it crashed early Thursday in northern Mali near the border with Burkina Faso.
Benjamin Blutstein, 25, of Susquehanna Township, was killed in a terrorist bombing attack at Hebrew University, July 31, 2002, just days after completing two years of advanced Jewish learning at Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies.
Armed pro-Russia men ride armoured personnel carriers during celebrations to mark Victory Day in Slaviansk, eastern Ukraine May 9, 2014.
The case against the only man still accused in connection with the murder of prison officer David Black who was granted bail on foot of prosecution delays, had his case adjourned for a month on foot of his own lawyer's application.
The growing chaos in Iraq and Syria, where thousands of Western recruits have joined terrorist groups to train and fight, is cultivating a global threat that the United States is "going to be dealing with for the next decade," the head of the House Homeland Security Committee warned Saturday.
Florists in this metropolis known as "The City of a Million Roses" aren't selling many flowers these days.
Egypt's chief prosecutor's office says it has charged 20 suspected militants with carrying terrorist attacks that killed seven people and wounded more than 100.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 10:55 pm
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