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Over 60 people reported dead
The suspect has reportedly assisted and trained militants to use machine guns
Twin bombs in central Istanbul may not have targeted Besiktas JK’s newly refurbished Vodafone Arena stadium, but it underscores the propaganda value of attacking a soccer match for both jihadist and non-jihadist groups. They also raise questions about counter-terrorism strategies. The Kurdistan Freedom Falcons, a splinter of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), claimed responsibility …
A series of coordinated explosions have rocked at least four cities in Thailand, claiming several lives. DW spoke with Thailand expert Michael Winzer about the situation on the ground shortly after the attacks.
Saudi authorities have arrested 19 people, including 12 Pakistanis, in connection with Monday’s terrorist attacks. No group has claimed responsibility for the coordinated attacks that left seven people dead.
An “Islamic State” suicide bomber has killed three people at a field hospital in the Libyan coastal city of Sirte. Libyan forces are battling the extremist group for control of the port.
Three explosions have rocked the southeastern Yemeni city of Mukalla, killing at least 13 government troops. Meanwhile, the Yemeni government and Iran-backed rebels held talks for a third consecutive day in Kuwait City.
Video by AHmed Hendawy and Asmaa Gamal Editing by Omar Korashi
France will be “ruthless” in its response to “Islamic State”, says Hollande
The terrorist organization Islamic State has claimed responsibility for brutal twin bomb attacks in Beirut. Political scientist Bente Scheller tells DW why she is confident in Lebanon’s resiliency. Bente Scheller is a political scientist who specializes in foreign and security policy. She currently heads the Beirut office of Germany’s Heinrich Böll Foundation, a political think …
The “Islamic State” terrorist group has said it was responsible for the attack at an annual Shiite celebration, a monitoring group reported. At least one person died and dozens more were injured in the bomb blasts. The so-called “Islamic State” terrorist organization, also known simply as IS, carried out the bomb blasts that went off …
Bombings of a protest in Turkey left at least 100 dead
Interior ministry reports arresting alleged perpetrators of 24 August attack on police bus, also in Beheira
Public will adopt views of terrorism-supporting media amid absence of official information, says Al-Shorouk newspaper chief editor
“Lone wolves” are terrorists that geographically move and connect with others, says report
The footage also includes images of executions of alleged “army collaborators”
Residents of Al-Arish are caught in the fight between militants and the military
1998 bombings targeted two US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, killing 224 people
Attack on checkpoint in Gharbeya at dawn is latest in series of recurrent attacks on security forces
The ministry blamed the Muslim Brotherhood—classified by Egypt as a terrorist organisation—for “creating a state of chaos”.
The cabinet began its weekly meeting by taking a minute to mourn the deaths caused by recent bombings
Terrorism, police training among topics discussed
The ministry says that the Palestinian-Israeli situation is frail and that negotiations should resume
Police ramping up presence in Sinai, says interior ministry
Bomb in Lebanon Square kills one, shootout in Suez kills two
Hezbollah is accused of participating in the 2005 assassination of Hariri’s father, former premier Rafiq Hariri, and five of its members are on trial in absentia before a special court in The Hague.
The attacks, which wounded dozens more, come as security forces battle militants in the western Anbar province, including the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a powerful jihadist group that has exploited the chaos in neighbouring Syria.
Both ministries are cooperating to raise awareness abroad and help with renovation efforts.
Security forces have been increasingly targeted in the peninsula
By Aya Nader Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis (Supporter of Jerusalem) released a statement Sunday morning claiming responsibility for shooting down a military helicopter in North Sinai on Saturday, among other attacks. The Al-Qaeda inspired group also said it was behind attacks on military support forces in the area surrounding Jura International Airport using heavy weapons, a …