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The United States has suspended all non-lethal assistance into northern Syria after Islamic Front forces seized headquarters and warehouses belonging to the opposition's Supreme Military Council , a U.S. Embassy spokesman in Ankara said, according to Reuters.
A Dromore woman facing charges of possessing explosives under suspicious circumstances and possessing articles for use in terrorism has had an application for bail refused.
Al-Moqataa/Al-Mehdiya - Despite the Egyptian government's deployment of additional troops to its restless northern Sinai region, attacks by Islamist militants continue, and almost inevitably civilians are being caught in the violence.
America's top military officer warned the withdrawal of most U.S. and allied forces from Afghanistan by the end of next year could reverse gains made in the war against the Taliban and further destabilize the region.
State-run media in Saudi Arabia say a court has convicted a man of being an al-Qaida operative and plotting the assassination of senior state officials, and sentenced him to 16 years in prison.
There is a "significant possibility" of some kind of terrorist attack here and elsewhere based on the recent global developments, NYPD police Commissioner Ray Kelly told a group of law enforcement and private security experts Tuesday.
The terrorist attack on the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, cost as little as a couple thousand dollars to pull off, according U.S. law enforcement sources.
Hezbollah boy scouts carry the party flags and a picture of Hezbollah commander Hassan al-Lakkis during his funeral in Baalbeck, in Lebanon's Bekaa valley.
Babar Ahmad, 39, from south London, admitted conspiracy and providing material to support to terrorism and faces up to 30 years in jail.
A Philippine judge has acquitted three Indonesian terror suspects and ordered their deportation, saying they were illegally arrested for carrying guns and explosives at a southern seaport nine years ago.
"You know full well I am not guilty and that this accusation is false," Qatada, in prison overalls, told the judge of the state security court in the Jordanian capital, Amman.
In "My Promised Land," Ari Shavit's anguished book about Israel, there is plenty about the mistreatment of Palestinians - today, yesterday and always.
Plus, Georgian exports to Russia rebound after embargo ends, and Bosnian Serbs consider how to commemorate the centenary of World War I. The six men, arrested 6 November in Pristina and Gjilan, are reported to be members of a Muslim extremist group, the Muslim Believers of Tawhid and Jihad in Kosovo.
Defense Minister says Iranians have built a terror infrastructure in South America, designed to target Jews, Israelis; warns that Tehran's ambitions for hegemony in the world make it doubly important to prevent a nuclear Iran.
A man accused of killing an off-duty British soldier in a frenzied knife attack on a London street defended his actions in court Monday, saying he carried out the attack because he is a soldier fighting in the service of God.
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel discussed the use of U.S. drones against militants in remote areas of Pakistan on Monday during the first visit by a Pentagon chief to the South Asian ally in almost four years.