Tag: Terrorism

BRIEFS

Knife Attack in Bordeaux, France, One Individual Killed

On April 10, Reuters reported that a man armed...

Chief Coordinator of Bangladeshi Terror Group Captured

On April 7, the central committee Chief Coordinator for...

Security Forces Kill Two Terrorists During Operation in Northwest Pakistan

The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) released a statement saying...

Chinese Companies Suspend Work at Projects in Pakistan Due to Security Concerns

Several Chinese companies recently announced the suspension of various...

STORIES

Latest Developments Following the Crocus City Hall Attacks

Russian authorities continue their investigation into the Crocus City Hall attack in Moscow on March 22, which resulted in 145 fatalities. Deputy Chairman of Russia's Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, has announced an expanding list of accomplices, including those who provided resources and training to the attackers. New Arrests: Eleven individuals have...

Crocus City Hall Attack: New Investigations and Alleged Financial Links to Ukraine

Russian authorities have detained a new suspect for allegedly financing the attack on the Crocus City Hall in Moscow, where 143 people were killed and more than 360 injured on March 22, marking this event as the deadliest attack in Russia in the last two decades. Among the victims,...

Crocus City Hall Attack Suspects Make Court Appearance Amid Detention and Allegations

In the aftermath of the terrorist attack at Crocus City Hall, Moscow's Basmanny Court has taken steps to address the suspects implicated in the incident. As reported by Russian media, 4 individuals have been charged in connection with the case, each facing serious allegations linked to the tragic event,...

Philippine General Says Abu Sayyaf Group is ‘Dismantled’

Abu Sayyaf 'Dismantled' Western Mindanao Command (Westmincom) chief Lt. General William Gonzales said that the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) "has been fully dismantled." The Westmincom commander made comments during a forum marking the 10th anniversary of the signing of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro in Quezon City. The agreement...

Six Soldiers and Three Maute Group Killed in Philippine Army Operation

On February 18th, the Philippine Army (PA) reported that six soldiers and three militants were killed during an engagement in the town of Munai, Lanao del Norte province, located in Mindanao. The PA also reported that four soldiers were also injured during the same operation. The battle was part of...

Iran State Media Report at least 50 Dead in Double Bombing at Soleimani Memorial

Iranian state media have reported that at least 50 people are dead after two explosive devices detonated during a memorial service for IRGC General Qasem Soleimani in the city of Kerman, Iran. Fars News Agency and Tasnim have risen the death toll to at least 50, with an additional 70...

Week's Recap

Canada Publishes National Defense Policy, Fails to Meet NATO 2% GDP Requirement

Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau and Defense Minister Blair have...

Liberia to Create War Crimes Court

Liberia's Senate has approved the creation of a national...

Alternative for Germany Fights Classification as Extremist Group

Germany's Alternative for Germany (AfD) political party, which has...

Former Venezuelan General Sentenced For Arming Colombian Rebel Group

A former Venezuelan general was sentenced to over 21...
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