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  • Seven UN workers dead in Somalia bomb blast

    MOGADISHU, Somalia Seven UN workers were killed when Islamist militants planted a bomb in a UN Children's Fund bus in Somalia's Puntland state, local police told dpa by phone on Monday. Somali authorities suspected the attack was caused by a suicide...
  • AP Was There: Original AP report of Oklahoma bombing

    EDITOR'S NOTE: On April 19, 1995, a former U.S. Army soldier parked a rented Ryder truck packed with explosives outside a federal building in Oklahoma City. The blast killed 168 people and injured more than 500 others, and the attack is the worst...
  • Afghan doctor: 3 dead in suicide attack on police station

    A suicide bomber attacked a police station in the provincial capital of Afghanistan's southern Helmand province, killing three people, a doctor at a local hospital that received the bodies said Monday. Provincial police chief Gen. Nabi Jan Mullahkhail...
  • Gunmen storm Afghan police station as mine clearers abducted

    Insurgents armed with guns and explosives attacked a police station Sunday in Afghanistan's southern city of Lashkar Gar, wounding two officers and a civilian as gunmen elsewhere kidnapped at least a dozen mine clearers, authorities said. Nabi Jan...
  • Service held to mark 20 years since Oklahoma City bombing

    Service held to mark 20 years since Oklahoma City bombing
    Every day when Dr. Rosslyn Biggs goes to work as a federal government veterinarian she is reminded of her mother, one of 168 people killed in the Oklahoma City bombing and honored Sunday on the 20th anniversary of the deadliest terrorist attack on U.S....
  • Officials say attacks around Iraq's capital kill 14 people

    Authorities in Iraq say bombings and mortar fire targeting public places have killed 14 people around the capital, Baghdad. Police officials say the deadliest attack happened Sunday night when a car bomb exploded on a commercial street in downtown...
  • A history of the Islamic State group after Ethiopians killed

    The extremist Islamic State group, which controls a third of both Iraq and Syria in its self-declared caliphate, released a video Sunday purportedly showing militants killing two groups of Ethiopian Christians in Libya. The release of the 29-minute video...
  • As U.S. And Cuba Explore a Renewal Of Diplomacy, What Becomes Of Victor Gerena, Other Notorious Fugitives?

    As U.S. And Cuba Explore a Renewal Of Diplomacy, What Becomes Of Victor Gerena, Other Notorious Fugitives?
    There is probably no one with a greater interest than Victor M. Gerena in the talks underway between the U.S. and Cuba about re-establishing diplomatic relations. In 1983, he and other members of a group of Puerto Rican nationalists — a group...
  • Islamic State blamed for Afghan suicide bombing killing 35

    A motorcycle-riding suicide bomber attacked a line of people waiting outside a bank Saturday in eastern Afghanistan, killing at least 35 and wounding 125 in an assault the country's president blamed on the Islamic State group. The accusation by President...
  • Iraqi soldiers enter refinery amid Islamic State attacks

    Iraqi soldiers surrounded and entered the country's biggest oil refinery Saturday, which has been besieged for days by Islamic State militants, a senior official said. The refinery at Beiji, some 250 kilometers (155 miles) north of Baghdad, has been held...
  • Bomb threat causes evacuation at Chesapeake Science Point

    Bomb threat causes evacuation at Chesapeake Science Point
    Chesapeake Science Point Public Charter School in Hanover was evacuated temporarily on Friday due to a bomb threat from a student. A student reported to a teacher that there was a bomb in his locker, said Spear Lancaster, the chairman of the...