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Terrorism

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  • US, Saudi Arabia jointly sanction terrorist funding group

    The U.S. and Saudi Arabia are taking joint action against a terrorist funding organization that the Treasury Department says is masquerading as a charity. Treasury announced Tuesday that the two nations teamed up to disrupt the financing and operations...
  • Davidsonville's Dignam bound for Boston Marathon

    Davidsonville's Dignam bound for Boston Marathon
    Michael Dignam waited until he was 40 to run his first marathon. Since he's now pushing 50, he figured it was time for another first. The Davidsonville father of four will be one of the privileged 36,000 runners to compete in the Boston Marathon on...
  • Conservatives push for changes to Patriot Act data provisions as expiration draws near

    WASHINGTON With key provisions of the Patriot Act set to expire on June 1, conservative advocacy groups are telling Republican lawmakers they should make significant changes to the government's authority to collect data about Americans. The groups feel...
  • Cuba-US warming held up by listing of Cuba as terror sponsor

    American hopes of opening an embassy in Havana before presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro meet at a regional summit this week have been snarled in disputes about Cuba's presence on the U.S. list of state sponsors of terror and U.S. diplomats'...
  • 4th man charged in NYC over Islamic State recruitment plot

    A fourth man was charged on Monday in a terrorism case accusing him of raising money for a plot to have U.S. residents travel overseas to fight for the Islamic State. Dilkhayot Kasimov was named with three other previously charged defendants in a revised...
  • Malaysia revives indefinite jail raising fears of repression

    Lim Kit Siang had just been elected an opposition lawmaker in Malaysia's Parliament three days earlier when racial riots between ethnic Chinese and Malays broke out on May 13, 1969. The government named Lim a suspected instigator and arrested him a few...
  • EU's Mogherini seeks closer ties between Europe& N. Africa

    The recent terror attacks in Paris and Tunis have showed that stronger security cooperation is needed between countries in Europe and North Africa, European Union foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini said Monday. Mogherini was speaking at a meeting...
  • After historic Cuba meeting, Obama faces challenge of delivering

    PANAMA CITY President Barack Obama, back in Washington after a historic meeting Saturday with Cuban President Raul Castro, now faces the difficult work of tearing down bureaucratic barriers built up over five decades. First on the agenda will be...
  • 2016: An unanchored, puzzling election

    So far, the 2016 presidential campaign is not about anything very much, excepting issues specific to the leading and emerging candidates. It has been mostly about controversies swirling around Hillary Rodham Clinton, including the legacy question, which...
  • Philippine peace deal and president face scrutiny after deadly raid

    Philippine peace deal and president face scrutiny after deadly raid
    The vast Philippine island of Mindanao was synonymous with Muslim separatist violence for decades. That was before the government and a large rebel group signed a peace deal last year. The pact, which calls for a cease-fire and legislation to...
  • Second man charged in alleged plot to bomb Kansas military base

    A second Kansas man has been charged in connection with an alleged plot to detonate a vehicle bomb at the Ft. Riley military base on behalf of the Islamic State, federal prosecutors said. Alexander Blair, 28, of Topeka was charged Friday with one...