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  • Police: 36 killed as 40 inmates escape in Iraq prison break

    Forty inmates in a prison in northeastern Iraq, including some convicted of terrorism charges, escaped amid a riot that killed at least six police officers and 30 prisoners, authorities said Saturday. There were conflicting casualty reports on the attack...
  • Australian police arrest teen, disrupt bomb plot

    Police arrested a 17-year-old and accused him of plotting to detonate three homemade bombs in the Australian city of Melbourne, officials said on Saturday, in the latest terrorism scare involving a teenager. The teen was arrested on Friday afternoon in a...
  • Police: 36 killed as 40 inmates escape in Iraq prison break

    Forty inmates in a prison in eastern Iraq, including some convicted of terrorism charges, have escaped amid a riot that killed at least six police officers and 30 prisoners, authorities said Saturday. There were conflicting casualty reports on the...
  • South Florida man deported after serving time for terrorist bomb plot

    South Florida man deported after serving time for terrorist bomb plot
    A Broward County man has been deported to his native Pakistan after he served time in federal prison for plotting to blow up South Florida targets. Imran Mandhai, 32, of Hollywood, was arrested in May 2002 and later admitted he conspired to bomb a...
  • Deputies issue all-clear after bomb threat at Clermont's East Ridge High

    Deputies issue all-clear after bomb threat at Clermont's East Ridge High
    An evacuation today at East Ridge High School in Clermont lasted about an hour and a half, leaving just about an hour in the school day. The exodus took place just before noon because of an anonymous bomb threat scribbled on a bathroom wall, according...
  • Saddam Hussein loyalist Izzat Ibrahim killed, Iraqi officials say

    Saddam Hussein loyalist Izzat Ibrahim killed, Iraqi officials say
    Izzat Ibrahim, a fugitive confidant of former Iraqi strongman Saddam Hussein who helped spearhead a deadly insurgency against U.S. troops and later formed an alliance with Islamic State militants, was shot dead Friday by security forces, Iraqi officials...
  • Iraqi officials say 'king of clubs' Saddam Hussein deputy al-Douri killed

    He was the last member of Saddam Hussein's inner circle still on the run, depicted with his distinctive red moustache as the "king of clubs" on the U.S. military's deck of cards of most-wanted Iraqi regime fugitives. Now, officials say they believe...
  • Car bomb explodes outside U.S. Consulate in northern Iraq

    Car bomb explodes outside U.S. Consulate in northern Iraq
    A car bomb exploded outside the U.S. Consulate in the northern Iraqi city of Irbil, the capital of the Kurdish autonomy zone. There was no immediate word on casualties. A U.S. official said no consulate personnel or guards were killed or injured in...
  • Chicago mob suspected in car bomb murder

    Chicago mob suspected in car bomb murder
    Reputed Chicago Mafia associate Joseph Testa, 53, had escaped three previous bomb attacks. But he wasn't so lucky that July 1981 evening when he backed his car out of a parking space at the Tamarac Country Club in Oakland Park. A remote-control...
  • Around the Park: Severna Park senior runs the Boston Marathon

    Around the Park: Severna Park senior runs the Boston Marathon
    Adrenaline ran high at the start line Monday as Collin Altomari waited with teammates under overcast skies to realize his long-held dream of running in the Boston Marathon. As a member of Team MR8 2015, the Severna Park High School senior also raised...
  • Taliban attack kills 17 Afghan police during peace talks in Qatar

    Taliban attack kills 17 Afghan police during peace talks in Qatar
    Afghan and Taliban delegates on Monday reported some progress after two days of exploratory peace talks in Qatar, but attacks at home that killed 17 policemen underscored the violence that continues to ravage Afghanistan. Taliban fighters overran 10...