Category Archives: Terrorism

Missing Saudi servicemen linked to NAS Pensacola shooting sought; gunman made prior reported trip to NYC

Authorities investigating a deadly attack at a U.S. naval base in Florida are reportedly focused on finding several unaccounted for Saudi nationals linked to the shooting, as additional details have emerged about the shooter’s movements in the weeks leading up to the rampage.

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Naval Air Station shooter wrote manifesto condemning US as ‘nation of evil

Why in the hell are they in our country in the first place? The Saudi national who opened fire in a classroom at a naval air station in Florida Friday morning, killing three before being shot dead by officers, condemned the United States as a “nation of evil” in a post online, reports say.

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Mexico gunbattle near Texas border between suspected cartel members, police leaves at least 21 dead

Four police officers were among nearly two dozen people killed after security forces engaged in an hour-long gunbattle with suspected cartel members Saturday in a Mexican town near the U.S. border, days after President Trump said he was moving to designate Mexican drug cartels as terror organizations.

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Release of London Bridge terror suspect was ‘mistake,’ PM Boris Johnson says

Friday’s stabbing attack on the London Bridge that left two people dead and three others wounded had British Prime Minister Boris Johnson arguing afterward that it had been a “mistake” to grant an early release to the suspect, an ex-convict who was shot and killed by police.

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North Korea fires 2 missiles amid stalled denuclearization talks, officials say

North Korea appeared to conduct a “missile launch” on Thursday, firing two projectiles into its eastern sea amid stalled denuclearization talks with Washington, military officials said. The U.S. military has not confirmed what type of projectiles were fired, and are investigating the launch with their allies in South Korea and Japan.

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Trump Considering Leaving 200 US Troops in Eastern Syria

President Trump is considering a proposal to leave about 200 American troops in eastern Syria to combat ISIS and prevent Syrian government forces and their Russian allies from seizing control of oil production facilities in the region.

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Turkey-Syria offensive: UK government halts arms export licences to Turkey

The UK will continue selling arms to Turkey but will not grant new export licences for weapons which might be used in military operations in Syria, the foreign secretary has said.

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Trump defends keeping ‘leaker’ Schiff, Pelosi out of the loop on al-Baghdadi raid

Monday President Trump defended his decision not to give Democratic congressional leaders advance notice of the raid that resulted in the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, saying once again that he was concerned the details would leak out.

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Trump describes al-Baghdadi as ‘whimpering and crying’ before dying in U.S. operation: ‘He died like a coward’

President Trump, announcing the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, described him as dying “in a vicious and violent way, as a coward, running and crying.” “He died like a dog, he died like a coward,” Trump said in a speech to the nation Sunday morning.

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Dems who praised Obama for troop withdrawal now highly critical of Trump

President Trump has met resistance from both parties after his decision to withdraw troops from northern Syria, but some of the rhetoric coming from Democrats is almost the opposite of what came from party members when President Barack Obama pulled forces out of Iraq.

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