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  • School bomb threats prompt evacuation dilemma

    School bomb threats prompt evacuation dilemma
    It's a call no principal wants to get: A bomb threat has been called in, and the school might be at risk. Should students and staff evacuate? In Seminole and Lake counties during the past week, 10 principals decided to empty their classrooms. Students...
  • No bombs found on Lake transit buses, service resumes

    No bombs found on Lake transit buses, service resumes
    Normal service of Lake transit buses was restored Thursday afternoon after two males on bicycles told a driver a bomb would go off on a bus in Leesburg. The Lake County Sheriff's Office bomb squad found nothing after searching eight transit buses, said...
  • Greek police arrest man over alleged attack plans

    ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek police said on Thursday they had arrested a man linked to an outlawed leftist guerrilla group, in connection with alleged plans for an attack this week on business or political targets. Police said the man was linked to the...
  • Bomb threat forces Miami-bound plane to land in New Orleans

    NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - A passenger's bomb threat aboard a United Airlines-SkyWest plane bound for Miami on Wednesday forced the airliner to land in New Orleans, authorities said. The threat was not believed to be credible but the pilot had little...
  • Chechen leader vows tough response to suicide bombing

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Chechnya's Kremlin-backed leader promised a tough response on Monday to a suicide bombing that killed five policemen, shattering a period of relative calm in the turbulent North Caucasus region. Sunday's attack, in which 12 police were...
  • Crime and gangs: the path to battle for Australia's Islamist radicals

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - The children of refugees who fled Lebanon's civil war for peaceful Australia in the 1970s form a majority of Australian militants fighting in the Middle East, according to about a dozen counter-terrorism officials, security experts...
  • Suicide bomber kills five police in Russia's Chechnya: agencies

    Suicide bomber kills five police in Russia's Chechnya: agencies
    MOSCOW (Reuters) - A suicide bomber killed at least five police officers and wounded 12 others on Sunday during festivities for a local holiday in Grozny, the capital of Russia's troubled North Caucasus region of Chechnya, Russian news agencies reported....
  • At least five killed in attack on Hazaras in Pakistani city of Quetta

    QUETTA Pakistan (Reuters) - At least five people were killed and dozens wounded in a suspected suicide attack on a predominantly Shi'ite Hazara neighborhood of the volatile Pakistani city of Quetta on Saturday, police said. No one immediately claimed...
  • Bomb threat in Suffolk ends parade early

    A bomb threat to a courts building in downtown Suffolk led officials to close down the Peanut Festival Parade early Saturday. Police received two bomb threats for the Godwin Courts Building at 150 N. Main St. Saturday morning, according to Suffolk...
  • Arab Bank liable over Hamas attacks: U.S. jury

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. jury on Monday found Arab Bank Plc liable for providing material support to Hamas and said it must compensate victims of two dozen attacks attributed to the Islamic militant group in Israel and the Palestinian territories....
  • After U.S. security deal, 8 Afghan soldiers killed in suicide attack

    Two suicide blasts rocked Kabul on Wednesday, killing eight Afghan soldiers and injuring at least 21 people a day after the new Afghan government signed an agreement to keep U.S. troops in the country, officials said. An Afghan army bus and a car...