Tag: terrorism

Seventy killed in bus blasts outside Nigerian capital

Seventy killed in bus blasts outside Nigerian capital

| April 14, 2014

Observers have said that the religion-driven conflict in Africa’s largest nation, typically thought of as being reserved to the north, was threatening to spill into the rest of the nation and destabilize the country. While early reports are incomplete, many are wondering if Boko Haram has decided to take their fight past the confines of […]

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BBC News – ‘Many dead’ in twin Nigeria blasts

BBC News – ‘Many dead’ in twin Nigeria blasts

| March 2, 2014

‘Many dead’ in twin Nigeria blasts Two explosions targeting a busy market in the town of Maiduguri in northeast Nigeria have left several people dead. Eyewitnesses told the Reuters news agency that that 10 people had been killed and that more were feared trapped under rubble. Maiduguri is the headquarters of a military force fighting […]

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Surprise U.S. raids on Somalia, Libya to seize terror suspects worry experts

Surprise U.S. raids on Somalia, Libya to seize terror suspects worry experts

| October 15, 2013

(GIN)—After two surprise U.S. raids, one into Somalia and one into Libya to capture suspected terrorists, the Libyan government is demanding an explanation of the unannounced maneuver. In the Libyan operation, U.S. special forces seized Nazih al-Ragye, a.k.a Abu Anas al-Liby—a Libyan who is a suspect in the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya […]

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The Boston Marathon’s tragic message

| April 26, 2013

By James Breedlove | The Boston Marathon is the world’s oldest annual marathon. It started in 1897 with 18 runners. This year, it is estimated that 27,000 registrants representing 96 countries participated.

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