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US condemns attacks that killed 12 in Iran

US condemns attacks that killed 12 in Iran

The ISIS attackers used AK-47 style assault rifles, handguns and suicide bomber vests in their attacks , according to Iranian state-run media. Iran's semi-official Tasnim news agency says the siege...

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12 dead as Isis terrorists attack Iranian parliament and Ayatollah's shrine

It described the shrine attackers as "terrorists" and said one carried out a suicide bombing, without providing further details. There are also reports of an explosion at the shrine, the mausoleum o...

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3rd French victim of London Bridge attacks confirmed

3rd French victim of London Bridge attacks confirmed

The river's murky waters are being trawled by specialist officers from the Marine Policing Unit and Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), it added. The Spanish government and the siblings of Ign...

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IS-claimed attacks on Iran's parliament, shrine kill 12

IS-claimed attacks on Iran's parliament, shrine kill 12

Trump says in a statement that "states that sponsor terrorism risk falling victim to the evil they promote". He led the revolution that overthrew the Shah in 1979 and was Iran's leader for 10 yea...

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Canada to increase military spending 70 percent in 10 years

Dave Perry, a senior analyst with the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, says references by officials to the money being included in the "fiscal framework" just means the money is available - it doesn...

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Qataris banned from boarding flights to UAE: Etihad

Meanwhile, The White House sent conflicting messages about Qatar on Tuesday, with the Pentagon praising the nation for its "enduring commitment to regional security", even as President Trump laude...

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Noriega, US ally turned target, dies after decades in jail

Noriega, US ally turned target, dies after decades in jail

Noriega was initially sentenced in the United States in 1992 but was serving a sentence for murder in Panama when he died. In his efforts to provide assistance to the Ronald Reagan-led government, Nor...

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Cavs Point Guard Kyrie Irving Dealing With Potential Knee Injury

Cavs Point Guard Kyrie Irving Dealing With Potential Knee Injury

If the Cleveland Cavaliers are going to rescue these NBA Finals from their current course, they are going to have to do so behind superior effort and execution. Well, he looked shot late in each o...

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London's Mayor Hits Out at May

London's Mayor Hits Out at May

Trump has previously clashed with Khan, who is one of the West's most prominent Muslim politicians. A Khan spokesman replied: "He has more important things to do than respond to Donald Trump's i...

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What Went Wrong? Rethink for UK Counterterrorism Strategy Following Attacks

What Went Wrong? Rethink for UK Counterterrorism Strategy Following Attacks

The terrorist attack in central London on Saturday left seven people dead and dozens more wounded, with 36 people still being treated in hospitals as of Tuesday. "They are unable to formally identif...

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Dozens of Indonesians in militant activities in southern Philippines, say police

Dozens of Indonesians in militant activities in southern Philippines, say police

The Maute group has been a fierce enemy of a military with superior firepower and greater troop strength. - A week after Islamist militants kidnapped some 240 Catholics in the Philippines, a video h...

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British police identify third London Bridge attacker

British police identify third London Bridge attacker

Also hitting out at the reduced police numbers under the last two governments lead by the Conservatives, the Labour mayor also warned London would be more unsafe under planned budget cuts, which h...

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Qatar Calls on United Nations to Intervene in Violation of its Citizen Rights

Sheikh Hamad took over as Qatar's emir in 1995 and expanded his nation's presence on the global scene through negotiating hostage releases, briefly flirting with diplomatic ties to Israel, hosting a T...

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UAE says more Qatar curbs possible, warns against Iran involvement

Al-Jazeera, one of the largest news organisations in the world, has always been a source of conflict between Qatar and its neighbours, who accuse the broadcaster of bias and fomenting trouble in the...

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Barriers installed to protect London's bridges in security rethink

Seven people were killed after three male attackers drove a white Renault hire van into crowds on London Bridge before stabbing people near Borough Market. London's Metropolitan Police Service has c...

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'Jihadis Next Door': Netflix removes film featuring London Bridge attacker

'Jihadis Next Door': Netflix removes film featuring London Bridge attacker

He was shot and killed by police after he and two others attacked people on London Bridge with a van and knives, police said . Subsequently, two of the attackers would be identified as Khuram...

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Manila casino attack not a terror act, say police, hotel security chief

The Metropolitan Police head of counter-terrorism, Mark Rowley, said police believe all three attackers were killed, but investigations are underway to ensure there are no more. Carlos gambled but was...

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Blocked by President Trump, Twitter users cry censorship

The blocking of users from the Twitter account suppresses speech in a number of ways, it said. "This Twitter account operates as a " designated public forum " for First Amendment purposes, and...

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Trump and his allies are developing a strategy to undermine Comey's credibility

Probes of the Russian Federation allegations have hung over Trump's presidency since he took office and threaten to overwhelm his policy priorities, with several congressional committees conducting ...

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Gunman kills 36 in Manila casino

Gunman kills 36 in Manila casino

A masked gunman stormed a hotel-casino complex in the Philippine capital early Friday. The Philippine Stock Exchange Index climbed as much as 0.9 percent before trading 0.6 percent higher at the noon ...

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