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Terrorism

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  • Pakistan court grants bail to accused mastermind of Mumbai attacks

    A Pakistani court granted bail Thursday to the accused mastermind of the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, a day after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif vowed harsh punishment for terrorists in the wake of the deadly massacre at a Pakistani school. Zaki-ur-...
  • Sony Caves In

    Sony Caves In
    Today begins my boycott of all things Sony. I’m not going through the house to throw out equipment, But I’ll never again spend one of my hard-earned dollars on anything those cowards make. By caving in to terrorist demands, they’ve...
  • Pakistan's gallows await 3,000 convicted terrorists; first will hang 'within days'

    ISLAMABAD Pakistan's government fast-tracked warrants of execution for convicted terrorists Thursday, moving swiftly on its promise to crack down on militants after a Taliban massacre of 132 schoolchildren Tuesday in the northern city of Peshawar....
  • Officials: US will have embassy in Havana soon

    WASHINGTON The U.S. hasn't had an embassy in Cuba for more than 50 years, but establishing one may not take much time. Although President Barack Obama's decision Wednesday to normalize relations with the Castro government in Havana upends long-standing...
  • After school attack, Pakistan vows to pursue militants outside its borders

    After school attack, Pakistan vows to pursue militants outside its borders
    As the death toll rose to 148 from Tuesday's massacre at a military-funded high school, the crisis sent Pakistani leaders rushing to Kabul on Wednesday to make a rare request for Afghanistan's help in fighting Islamist terrorism on both sides of their...
  • Are drone strikes more defensible than torture?

    There are lots of hypocrisies surrounding the recently released executive summary of the Senate Intelligence Committee report on the CIA's detention and interrogation program. But they pale in comparison to the current Democratic silence about President...
  • Abolishing the CIA

    The shock resonating from the Senate Intelligence Committee's CIA torture report isn't due so much to the revelations themselves, grotesque as the details are, but to the fact that they're now officially public. National spokespersons (except for Dick...
  • Pakistan raises death toll in Peshawar school attack to 148

    Children’s shoes and books were bathed in blood. The classroom walls were pocked with bullet holes. Near the administration building lay the remains of one of the suicide bombers who turned the elite school into a scene of horror. Dozens of...
  • With Cuba-U.S. thaw, will New Jersey get convicted cop killer back?

    News that the U.S. and Cuba want to normalize diplomatic relations could also open the door for federal officials to finally capture the first woman ever to be included on the FBI’s list of most wanted terrorists, law enforcement officials said...
  • The U.S. has no choice but to help Pakistan fight terror

    The massacre Tuesday at a school in Peshawar, Pakistan, is likely to set off a new round of fighting between the country's army and the Taliban. But the attack may also push President Barack Obama to renew the counterterrorism partnership with Pakistan...
  • When the big news isn't news

    Last week the papers were overflowing with stories about a Senate committee's report on the Central Intelligence Agency's use of torture to extract information from terrorists -- known or just suspected terrorists. Those stories were shortly followed...