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Three convicted for aiding terror attack on Kenyan university

A Kenyan court convicted three people of terrorism-related offences for helping Somali Islamist militants carry out a 2015 attack on a university that killed 148...

Islamic State claims Belgian attack as city mourns

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Islamic State claimed responsibility on Wednesday for an attack the previous day in the Belgian city of Liege in which two policewomen...

Belgium probes station bomber fatally shot by soldiers

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Belgian counter-terrorism police are probing the identity of a suspected suicide bomber shot dead by troops guarding a Brussels railway station after...

Al Qaeda-linked group claims deadly attack at Mali resort

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A new alliance of Islamist militant groups linked to al Qaeda on Monday claimed responsibility for an attack that killed at least...

Gunmen attack resort outside Mali’s capital, two dead

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Gunmen on Sunday attacked a luxury resort popular with Western expatriates just outside Mali's capital, Bamako, killing two people in what the...

Islamic State prime suspect after suicide bombers kill 41 at Istanbul...

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Turkish investigators pored over video footage and witness statements on Wednesday after three suspected Islamic State suicide bombers opened fire and blew...

Tunisia hunting Libya-trained suspects after hotel attack

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Tunisian authorities have arrested 12 people they suspect are linked to the Sousse beach hotel attack on foreign tourists and are hunting...

Israel navy kills four Palestinian ‘commandos’ off Gaza

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Israeli forces shot dead four Palestinian "commandos" at sea off Gaza on Monday, medical sources and witnesses said, as the military said...

US team should have questioned Nigerian: spy chief

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The top US intelligence officer said yesterday that a group set up to interrogate terrorism suspects should have been used when a...

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Communicate don’t abrogate!

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The senior officer cadre of the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) communications component, officially the Directorate: Corporate Communication (DCC), employed a barely plausible excuse...