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Terrorism

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  • French officials: Suspect in beheading admits to killing

    French officials: Suspect in beheading admits to killing
    The top suspect in the beheading of a French transportation company manager admitted to the killing that authorities have called a terror attack, officials said Sunday. Yassine Salhi, a truck deliveryman and father of three with a history of ties to...
  • Where the new U.S. policy on hostages goes wrong

    In announcing a new program to coordinate efforts to recover Americans held by foreign terrorists, President Obama on Wednesday assured their families that "we will stand by you" and share information. He also promised that families who pay ransom to...
  • Beheading, explosion at French factory called terrorist attack

    Beheading, explosion at French factory called terrorist attack
    One man was decapitated and at least two other people were injured Friday morning in a terrorist attack on a factory in southeastern France, barely less than six months after the Charlie Hebdo massacre by Muslim radicals in Paris, French President...
  • Air Products: The firm targeted in suspected terrorist attack in France

    The facility targeted in a suspected terror attack Friday in southeastern France is an American-owned industrial gas plant. It was not immediately clear why the Air Products facility in the small town of Saint-Quentin-Fallavier was singled out. Art...
  • Beheading, explosion at U.S. factory in France

    Beheading, explosion at U.S. factory in France
    A truck driver once under surveillance for radical Islamic ties crashed into an American-owned chemical warehouse in southeastern France on Friday and hung his employer's severed head on a factory gate, along with banners with Arabic inscriptions. The...
  • Dozens killed in attacks in Tunisia, Kuwait and France

     Dozens killed in attacks in Tunisia, Kuwait and France
    A young man pulled a Kalashnikov from a beach umbrella and sprayed gunfire at European sunbathers at a Tunisian resort, killing at least 39 people — one of three deadly attacks Friday from Europe to North Africa to the Middle East that followed a...
  • The Latest: At least 5 Britons killed in Tunisia attack

    The latest news from an attack on a beach resort in Tunisia (all times local): ___ 7.20 p.m British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says at least five Britons have been killed in the attack on the Tunisian resort of Sousse. Hammond said the British...
  • Amid new IS offensive, scores die in Syrian town

    Fighting raged into the night Friday between Kurdish fighters and Islamic State militants in the Syrian border town of Kobani, as reports mounted that at least 120 civilians, including women and children, have been killed by the extremist group since it...
  • Dozens killed in attacks in Tunisia, Kuwait and France

    A young man pulled a Kalashnikov from a beach umbrella and sprayed gunfire at European sunbathers at a Tunisian resort, killing at least 39 people — one of three deadly attacks Friday from Europe to North Africa to the Middle East that followed a...
  • IS affiliate hits Shiite mosque in Kuwait, killing 27 people

    A suicide bomber purportedly from an Islamic State affiliate unleashed the first terrorist attack in Kuwait in more than two decades on Friday, killing at least 27 people and wounding scores more in a bombing that targeted Shiite worshippers after...
  • French worries over Islamic State point to Syria

    French worries over Islamic State point to Syria
    Six months after the Jan. 7 attack on the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, Paris remains a city on guard. Black-uniformed military police of the Republican Security Companies patrol tourist sites with submachine guns. Museums, concert halls and even...