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  • Somalia government officials, lawmakers killed in terrorist attack

    Somalia government officials, lawmakers killed in terrorist attack
    Shabab militants attacked a hotel in Mogadishu, Somalia, where lawmakers and government officials were holding Friday prayers, killing at least 10 and severely wounding many others. Twin explosions rocked the Central Hotel, with a suicide bomber ramming...
  • Author, veteran tells his story of PTSD

    Author, veteran tells his story of PTSD
    David Morris said he was doomed from the moment the young infantryman he was riding with in an Army Humvee asked if he’d ever been blown up. He hadn’t — yet. The question was a curse according to “grunt logic” — or...
  • Islamic State group claims responsibility for Libya bombings that kill dozens

    Islamic State militants unleashed suicide bombings Friday in eastern Libya, killing at least 40 people in what the group said was retaliation for Egyptian airstrikes against the extremists' aggressive new branch in North Africa. The bombings in the town...
  • Five killed in attack on police building in Pakistan

    Five killed in attack on police building in Pakistan
    A massive blast outside police headquarters in the Pakistani city of Lahore killed at least five people Tuesday in the latest attack claimed by a militant organization under assault by government forces. A faction of the Pakistani Taliban said it was...
  • No new trial for Chicago woman convicted of lying about role in terrorist bombings

    No new trial for Chicago woman convicted of lying about role in terrorist bombings
    A Chicago Arab activist convicted of lying about her role in two terrorist bombing deaths in Israel when she immigrated to the U.S. will not get a new trial, a federal judge in Detroit has ruled. Judge Gershwin Drain ruled last week that Rasmieh...
  • Taliban claims responsibility for attack on Pakistan mosque

    Taliban claims responsibility for attack on Pakistan mosque
    At least 19 people were killed and 30 injured Friday when militants stormed a Shiite Muslim mosque in Peshawar in northern Pakistan. Witnesses said the gunmen wore the uniforms of paramilitary forces and exchanged fire with guards manning the main...
  • Traces of sympathy seen for Boston Marathon bombing suspect

    Traces of sympathy seen for Boston Marathon bombing suspect
    Many prospective jurors in the trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have expressed anger over the attack and compassion for the people who were killed and injured in the explosions. But on Friday, traces of sympathy for Tsarnaev...
  • Bomb Threat Closes East Windsor Middle School

    EAST WINDSOR — A bomb threat prompted an evacuation and early dismissal at the middle school Thursday morning. . Shortly before 7:20 a.m., the board of education and police department were alerted to a threat targeting East Windsor Middle School,...
  • Montgomery authorities hope to ID man in bomb threat case

    Montgomery authorities hope to ID man in bomb threat case
    Montgomery County authorities have released surveillance photos and videos of a man they said made two bomb threats last month at the courthouse in Norristown. During two phone calls made just minutes after the opening of the courthouse Jan. 29, the man...
  • Crime dropping and infrastructure rising in Honduras

     Crime dropping and infrastructure rising in Honduras
    Honduras:Good news for travelers in Central America: Although a U.S. State Department travel warning remains in effect from June 2014, new reports indicate that crime levels have dropped dramatically across Honduras. Officials announced that the...
  • Reader feedback Jan. 16: Bomb threat, fees for document review, state aid cuts

    Kecoughtan students dismissed after bomb threat Kecoughtan High students were sent home early Thursday while police investigated a bomb threat. The department initially said the threat was "quickly unsubstantiated," but later tweeted that students were...