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Suiicide bombers have struck the Iranian Embassy in the Lebanese capital of Beirut, killing at least 23 people, including the cultural attache, injuring almost 150 and causing widespread damage to buildings. The mid-morning blasts
At least 31 people died and 47 others were injured in two car bombings occurred at the home of a Sunni mosque in the city of Baquba, northeast of Baghdad. The car bomb exploded at a time when many Muslims
At least 18 people were killed, including 3 children and 56 others wounded in bombings happened yesterday night at Jaramana suburbs. The death toll is likely to rise further as some of the injured are in critical condition.
Police said they found a weapons stockpile, including a large pressure cooker and bomb-making materials inside a Massachusetts man's home, MyFoxBoston.com reported. According to the report, the FBI is looking into whether Daniel Morley, 27, of
A suburban Boston man arrested last month had a pressure cooker stashed in his closet along with alleged bomb-making materials, court documents show. Topsfield police said in a recently unsealed affidavit officers searching the closet of Daniel
Police found a large pressure cooker and fertilizer, items for bomb making, in Morley's closet in Topsfield...Daniel Morley, a technician who spent seven years working in the division of comparative medicine at MIT, also had ball bearings and
Bombings, shootings leave 24 dead across Iraq From Mohammed Tawfeeq , CNN updated 4:53 PM EDT, Thu July 11, 2013 (CNN) -- A wave of bombings and shootings across Iraq on Thursday that targeted primarily security forces left at least 24 people dead
The Surrey couple charged with plotting a terrorist attack against the B.C. legislature on Canada Day appeared in Surrey provincial court this morning. John Stewart Nuttall, 38, and Amanda Korody, 29, appeared at 9:30 a.m., but Crown counsel Martha
Iraqis sung, danced and fired guns in the air, celebrating a victory over South Korea in the U-20 World Cup, a small bright spot in the months-long surge in violence plaguing the country. "People started singing and dancing at the time of victory,"
Wednesday barred Iraq from hosting international football friendlies due to a massive surge in nationwide violence, barely three months after world football's governing body gave Baghdad the go-ahead. Iraq at the current time, and until further