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  • EU prosecutor: Close 'prosecution gaps' for terror cases

    The European Union's top criminal prosecutor is calling on member countries to update and harmonize anti-terrorism laws to deal more effectively with the twin threats of European-born participants in Islamic jihad and solitary extremists. Michele...
  • Bob Faro: Unity in U.S. and throughout world needed to fight terrorism

    Bob Faro: Unity in U.S. and throughout world needed to fight terrorism
    Daesh, the term most Arabs use to describe what is inaccurately termed Islamic State, is a derogatory term for the terrorist organization, which in no way is Islamic and even less a state. The use of Daesh omits Islam from the description and, in Arab,...
  • EU police operation takes down malicious computer network

    European police have taken down a computer network that used malicious software to infect more than 3 million computers worldwide and steal personal data, banking details and passwords. European Union police coordination agency Europol said in a...
  • West Bank Palestinians reeling as Israel withholds tax payments

    DURA, West Bank Hatem Amro's donkey is as scrawny as his salary. In January, Amro, who teaches Islamic studies in the southern West Bank as one of 180,000 employees of the Palestinian Authority, coped with a 40 percent pay cut by buying a short,...
  • Top Russian official: Western sanctions threaten oil output

    The chairman of the Russian Security Council says Western sanctions are threatening the country's oil and gas industry. The United States, the European Union and other countries last year imposed sanctions against Russia for its role in the Ukrainian...
  • Voters wary of promises in Britain's unpredictable election

    Posters are being printed and slogans are being polished as Britain's politicians battle it out in the most unpredictable national election in decades. One top election analyst has dubbed it "the lottery election." Voters, though, don't seem very excited...
  • Feb. 25 Letters: Trade agreements

    If you have noticed that jobs are scarcer than they used to be, that the cost of living keeps going up but incomes do not, that foreign countries are making most of the goods sold in America and that goods cost more but are of inferior quality, these...
  • Families of 3 missing UK girls urge 'Please come home!'

    Turkish police searched Monday for three missing British schoolgirls believed to be headed to Syria to join the Islamic State extremist group as their frightened families issued urgent pleas begging the girls to return home. The girls, said to be...
  • Two governments' battles leave space for Islamic State in Libya: A Q&A

    TRIPOLI, Libya The Internet posting of a video showing the beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians in Libya by the Islamic State group brought new attention to the chaos that has enveloped that country in the three years since a NATO air campaign...
  • Maldives blasts foreign concern over arrest of ex-president

    The government of the Maldives on Tuesday criticized foreign countries and groups that expressed concern over its recent arrest of an ex-president, saying it will not accept advice on domestic issues. Foreign Minister Dunya Maumoon said the arrest of...
  • Israel-Palestinian security blanket unravels as peace hope dims

    RAMALLAH, West Bank After eight years of joint security operations and intelligence sharing with Israel that have kept tensions in the West Bank from erupting most of the time, Palestinian leaders are weighing an end to the arrangement. Ties with...