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Al-Shabab Expands Terrorism to Northern Somalia

A van-bomb in Northern Somalia kills just seven but presents further evidence of a disturbing linkage between ISIS and Al-Qaida backed Al-Shabab that ...
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U.S. warship moves to stop Iran vessel from supplying arms to Yemen rebels

The aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt and its support vessels have moved from the Persian Gulf to waters near Yemen to block Iranian ships from ...
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Ceremony marks 20th anniversary of Oklahoma City bombing

Survivors and relatives of victims of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing led the commemoration of the domestic terrorist attack at the Oklahoma City Natio...
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Death of Baltimore suspect under police custody sparks protest

Dozens of protesters gathered in front of the city hall in Baltimore on Monday demanding justice for the death of a black suspect stemming from a spin...
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Grand jury indicts Ohio man for training in terrorism, plotting U.S. attack

A Columbus man was indicted on Thursday for trying to and providing material support to terrorists after undergoing training with a rebel group in Syr...
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Jihadists shoot American professor in Pakistan

Two gunmen shot and wounded an American professor in Karachi, Pakistan on Thursday and jihadists claiming to be affiliated with the Islamic State of I...
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Cameroon soldiers defy Boko Haram in polio battle

How do you vaccinate women and children against polio in remote areas prey to attack from Boko Haram militants? Arm the soldiers with vaccine. This is...
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Cuba out from U.S. list of terror states

The White House informed Congress on Tuesday it is removing Cuba from the list of states sponsoring terrorism as the two countries move to restore dip...
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Insider attack after U.S., Afghan leaders’ meeting kills American soldier

An Aghan soldier opened fired on American and NATO troops guarding U.S. embassy officials who met with local leaders Wednesday in eastern Afghanistan ...
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Fires, bottle-throwing, fights break out in Kentucky after UK loss in NCAA; 31 arrested

Angry University of Kentucky (UK) fans set clothes and couches on fire and threw bottles on Lexington's State Street on Saturday after the UK men's ba...