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Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam at court for questioning

Sep 08, 2016

Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam at court for questioning

Abdeslam refused to answer questions in his first interview with a French anti-terror judge on 20 May. #NewsTracker #Paris #Brussels #Islamic extremism #Paris attack #Terrorism in France #Salah Abdeslam
Blast at Brussels crime lab, no casualties: Officials

Aug 29, 2016

Blast at Brussels crime lab, no casualties: Officials

A explosion "of criminal origin" at Belgium's national criminology institute in Brussels early Monday caused a fire and major damage but no casualties, officials said. Belgian media said the blast was caused by a car which rammed the building. #NewsTracker #Belgium #Brussels #attack #Crime lab
Bomb explodes at Brussels Institute of Criminology, no casualties reported so far

Aug 29, 2016

Bomb explodes at Brussels Institute of Criminology, no casualties reported so far

A bomb exploded at the Brussels Institute of Criminology in the north of Brussels on Monday but the building was empty and no one was wounded. #World #Terrorism #NewsTracker #Europe #explosion #bomb blast #Belgium #Brussels #Zaventem Airport #Brussels Institute of Criminology
CSF deploys quick reaction teams to counter terror strikes in Indian airports

Aug 28, 2016

CSF deploys quick reaction teams to counter terror strikes in Indian airports

The Central Industrial Task Force (CSF) has deployed quick reaction teams (QRTs) at airports, trained its personnel and strengthened its capability to counter terror strikes #NewsTracker #Cabinet #Istanbul #Brussels #Quick Reaction Teams #Central Industrial Task Force #Aviation Security Group
Belgium: Machete-wielding assailant killed after he attacks two police officials

Aug 07, 2016

Belgium: Machete-wielding assailant killed after he attacks two police officials

A machete-wielding man shouting "Allahu akbar" wounded two policewomen in southern Belgium on Saturday before being shot dead by police, with Europe on edge after a wave of jihadist attacks. #Terrorism #NewsTracker #Belgium #Brussels #Bastille Day #islamic-state #Charleroi
Turkish Foreign Minister slams Austria, calls it the capital of radical racism

Aug 05, 2016

Turkish Foreign Minister slams Austria, calls it the capital of radical racism

Turkish Foreign Minster Mevlut Cavusoglu called Austria the "capital of radical racism" on Friday after Chancellor Christian Kern suggested ending European Union accession talks with Ankara. #NewsTracker #European Union #Council of the European Union #Brussels #Tayyip Erdogan #Austria #Mevlut Cavusoglu
Rakesh Siddaramaiah's body to be brought to Bengaluru for last rites

Jul 31, 2016

Rakesh Siddaramaiah's body to be brought to Bengaluru for last rites

The body of Rakesh Siddaramaiah, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah's eldest son, who died of multi-organ failure at a hospital in Belgium, will be brought to Bengaluru on Monday. #NewsTracker #Karnataka #Bengaluru #Brussels #Siddaramaiah
Sonia, Rahul condole Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah son's death

Jul 30, 2016

Sonia, Rahul condole Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah son's death

Congress President Sonia Gandhi has expressed shock and deep anguish over the passing away of Rakesh Siddaramaiah, son of the Karnataka Chief Minister. #Sonia Gandhi #NewsTracker #Rahul Gandhi #Brussels #Siddaramaiah #Antwerp University Hospital
Police arrest two persons suspected of planning attacks in Belgium

Jul 30, 2016

Police arrest two persons suspected of planning attacks in Belgium

Belgian police arrested two men "suspected of planning an attack" in Belgium following raids ordered by an anti-terror judge on Friday night, federal prosecutors said #NewsTracker #Belgium #Brussels #islamic-state #Brussels Attack
Munich mall shooting: Why it may finally end Germany's openness and further destabilise Europe

Jul 23, 2016

Munich mall shooting: Why it may finally end Germany's openness and further destabilise Europe

Whether or not if Munich attack was an act of Islamist terrorism or an example of right-wing violence, fact remains that it will have a heavy bearing on Merkel and her ability to provide leadership through the crises. #Terrorism #Angela Merkel #Germany #European Union #Paris #Brussels #François Hollande #Munich #World War 2 #Islamist terrorism #islamic-state #ISIS #Jihadist attacks #Lone wolf attacks #European Refugee Crisis #Brexit #terrorism in Europe #Munich shooting #Axe-attack