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In its quest to find a suspected domestic terrorist on the lam for a decade, the FBI has begun placing his image on billboards across the country. The FBI announced Friday that images of Daniel Andreas San Diego will appear on electronic billboards
Israel warned Lebanon on Friday to prevent threatened Hezbollah retaliation for an alleged Israeli air strike on a site used by the guerrillas on the Syrian border. The ministerial committee tasked with drafting the Cabinet's policy statement failed
Friday remanded till March 13 the Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and his aide Asadullah Akhtar in judicial custody in connection with the July 13, 2011 Mumbai triple blasts case. The court has remanded Bhatkal and Akhtar to judicial
A Hezbollah statement said Israeli planes damaged a position near Jinta in the Bekaa Valley, denying that it had anything to do with missiles as was widely reported. The statement said the strike would not go without a response.
Al-Qaida's Afghanistan leader is laying the groundwork to relaunch his war-shattered organization once the United States and international forces withdraw from the country, as they have warned they will do without a security agreement from the Afghan
World leaders on Thursday pledged support for Nigeria`s fight against terrorism during an international meeting on security and development, the culmination of centenary celebrations marking the country`s unification. "Your struggle is our struggle,"
A bomb hidden on a motorcycle exploded at a secondhand market in Iraq's capital, the deadliest of a series of bombings Thursday around Baghdad that killed at least 26 people, authorities said. The motorcycle market blast struck Baghdad's sprawling
A radical Jordanian preacher deported from Britain who is on trial on terrorism charges says al-Qaida fighters in Syria should not impose an Islamic tax on Christians under their control. Abu Qatada, 52, who is described as a senior al-Qaida figure
Prosecutors asked Thursday for a 12-year prison term for ex-Aum Shinrikyo fugitive Makoto Hirata, saying that despite his denials, he knew what he was doing when he took part in the malicious 1995 kidnapping and confinement of a Tokyo notary and
French President Francois Hollande promised Nigeria support on Thursday in the battle against Islamist group Boko Haram, saying France would always be ready to help combat extremism in defence of democracy. "Your struggle is also our struggle,"