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Istanbul Bomb Blast

Istanbul Blast: Bomb Attack on Police Vehicle Claims 11 Lives

A police bus carrying riot police was bombed today in Central Istanbul, Turkey, killed at least 11 people, officials say. The bus was remotely detonated as the bus passed through the busy Vezneciler district.

Saudi Arabia

Obama Visits Saudi Arabia, Avoids Discussing Riyadh's Role in 9/11 Terror Attacks

President Barack Obama met with Saudi king Salman bin Abdulaziz on Thursday and addressed concerns regarding the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and Iran's recent actions. The meeting came as former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani called on the president to release secret documents that are suspected to implicate Saudi Arabia as having a role in the 9/11 attacks.

Man in the hat

Mystery Man Behind Brussels, Paris Attacks Caught

Authorities arrested a man named Muhammad Abrini, the wearing a hat in the video footage from the Brussels attack. Abrini is the prime suspect of the Paris attacks and was recently confirmed to be the escort of the two suicide bombers in Belgium.


ISIS Frees Most Abducted Cement Workers, Kills 4

Islamic State (ISIS) militants on Saturday freed most of the cement factory workers they had kidnapped near Damascus this week after checking their religious status. Four workers, who belongs to the minority Druze community, a Syrian opposition, were killed by the millitant group, according to a news agency linked to this group.

China May Soon Join Global Military Campaign Against ISIS

New ISIS Video Threatens Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey

The tech community remains in an uproar after the militant Islamic State issued direct threats against Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter founder Jack Dorsey. The threats were made in a video released by an ISIS faction calling themselves the Sons of the Caliphate.

ISIS allegedly hacks one of China's famous university

ISIS Breaches Network of China's Tsinghua University

One of the top universities in China has allegedly been hacked by a person linked to the militant group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), according to local media reports on Monday, Jan. 18.

China, ISIS

China May Soon Join Global Military Campaign Against ISIS

U.S. defense officials have revealed that China may soon join the global military campaign against terrorists in Iraq and Syria as Beijing is concerned about the growing number of its citizens joining the Islamic State (IS).

Sultanahmet Square / Istanbul Bombing

Istanbul Bombing the Deadliest Attack on Germans in 13 Years

The Istanbul suicide bombing on Tuesday, which left 10 foreign nationals dead, is seen as the deadliest attack on Germans since 2002.

China should do more

Iran: 'China should do more in the fight against ISIS'

China should expand its role in the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS), a senior adviser to the supreme leader of Iran told the country's Fars news agency recently.

China Appoints First Counterterrorism Czar

China Appoints First Counterterrorism Czar

China has appointed Liu Yuejin as the country's first counterterrorism chief following the recent Paris terror attacks that killed 130 people and injured hundreds of others.

UN Security Council

China Urges Inclusive Peace Talks as UN Security Council Passes Syria Resolution

China has called for balanced and inclusive peace talks to put an end the bloody four-year conflict in Syria.

Fifteen-year-old boy Abdullah al-Zaher detained and accused for act of terrorism

Saudi Arabia To Behead, Crucify Teenager

A 15-year-old boy is facing beheading after joining a protest rally in Saudi Arabia. The arrested boy who is now 19 years old is Abdullah al-Zaher. He was allegedly detained and accused of "harbouring" protesters and took part on the demonstration and slogan chant as well as setting cars ablaze and throwing Molotov cocktails.

Hitting ISIS Oil Fields

US-led Coalition Bombing ISIS into Bankruptcy

The extremist organization that wants to terrorize the world into a global caliphate has started to dig deeper into its coffers just two months into a coalition campaign designed to cut off its cash flow.

Photo of Tashfeen Malik, one of the gunners behind the San Bernardino massacre that slained 14 lives and left 22 wounded

San Bernardino Gunner Sent Jihadist Facebook Messages to Friends

Two federal law enforcement agencies have revealed that Tashfeen Malik, one of the gunners behind the San Bernardino massacre, sent two personal messages in 2012 and 2014 to a small group of Pakistani friends. They claim that she wrote that she is pledging loyalty to the Islamic jihad and desires to participate in the fight soon.

High Alert

Switzerland on High Alert as Authorities Launch Manhunt for Suspected ISIS Militants

Swiss authorities have put the country's law enforcement and anti-terror units on high alert even as a massive manhunt is under way in Geneva for five suspects associated with the recent terror attack in Paris.

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