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46 A protester has managed to enter a secure part of Parliament House and hand the Prime Minister a document during a press conference. Artem Naumov says he came to Parliament because the police are not taking claims he is being threatened seriously.
The arrest and wounding of Robespierre, who was sent to the guillotine in 1794. Photograph: Time Life Pictures/Getty Images The words "terrorism" and "terrorists" were coined in the wake of the French revolution to describe the "men of blood" who
FoxNews.com Questions are being raised about the consistency of the government's standard for what qualifies as "terrorism," as recent high-profile shootings bear that label while tragedies like the Fort Hood massacre do not. According to the
Local residents would like Gov. Bobby Jindal to denounce two documents that claim a wide variety of values likely shared by area residents could categorize them as terrorists. At the Franklin Parish Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall in Winnsboro, parish
A heavily armed Warrior man was arrested early today when he was stopped for speeding and then claimed to be a federal agent. A Jefferson County sheriff's deputy pulled over the 44-year-old man on Hillcrest Road between Corridor X and Cherry Avenue.
Rating News that Kenya could be blacklisted by an international coalition fighting terrorism for failing to enact anti-terrorism laws is of grave concern. While Kenya needs the laws because it has on several occasions been the victim of terrorist
AFR It is time to ask whether we need all our anti-terrorism laws. For example, should citizens not suspected of a crime be detained for up to a week for questioning by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation? Should books and movies be
Rating Terrorist attacks are now something Kenyans must accept to live with. But much as the government is comforting us that it has what it takes to eliminate terror elements in the country, surprise attacks like the one on innocent Kenyans at
Pakistani tribesmen from Waziristan protest against US drone attacks, outside parliament in Islamabad. Photograph: T Mughal/EPA Targeting individuals who pose an imminent threat to the US is a lawful exercise of self-defense. But the current US
Pakistan needs special laws to intercept, obstruct terrorism and Masses deserve a terror free society to play role in national development Parliament should become serious in saving lives of people by revisiting laws Dated: August 10 Is