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May 27, 2017
Trump denounces Egypt attack as 'merciless slaughter,' says 'bloodletting of Christians must end'US President Donald Trump has denounced as "merciless slaughter" the attack on Coptic Christians in Egypt that left at least 28 dead, urging the nations to defeat "terrorists engaged in a war against civilizations".
May 26, 2017
Black Crows: Arab television series depicts untold stories of IS womenBlack Crows is a first of its kind TV series that shows us the brutal realities faced by women that are forced to join the Islamic State.
May 26, 2017
Tom Hardy sets up fund for victims of Manchester Attack; proceeds go to British Red CrossActor Tom Hardy sets up a fund on JustGiving for the victims of the Manchester Attack.
Apr 21, 2017
Watch: Iraqi violinist holds concert in MosulArray
Sep 18, 2016
Uri attack: 17 soldiers, 4 militants killed in attack on army camp in Jammu and KashmirSeventeen soldiers and four militants were killed on Sunday during an attack on an army camp in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri town.
Jul 15, 2016
Watch: At least 84 dead in 'terrorist' Nice truck attackA gunman smashes a truck into a crowd of revellers celebrating Bastille Day in the French resort of Nice, killing at least 84 people
Jun 13, 2016
Orlando massacre: Donald Trump pulls a 'told you so', Hillary Clinton calls for gun controlFor Donald Trump, Sunday's mass shooting in Florida was a moment to redouble his call for tougher action against terrorism. For Hillary Clinton, it was a time to reiterate her call for keeping "weapons of war" off America's streets
Sep 22, 2015
UK man, who fantasised about putting a bullet in Prince Charles's head, found guilty of terrorismA 37-year-old ginger-haired extremist who fantasised about poisoning "non-Aryans" and "putting a bullet in Prince Charles' head" was found guilty of planning acts of terrorism by a British jury.
Jan 30, 2014
Six accused in fake currency case get life term under terrorist actA special National Investigation Agency (NIA) court today sentenced six accused in a 2009 fake currency case to life imprisonment