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'Big possibility' Malaysian militant leader killed in Marawi

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Two-state shooter held on $2M bail on attempted murder charges in Delaware

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Activist applauds conviction of her would-be jihadi beheader

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World War II veteran killed in house fire in Cahokia

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The Latest: 2 arrested in connection with Somalia bombing

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WWII vet dies in Cahokia house fire

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Inside the life of an ISIS child slave

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'Big possibility' Malaysian militant leader killed in Marawi
Transcript other step closer to taking back Marawi from rebels linked to Islamic State. The Philippine military on Thursday, saying there's a big possibility a top militant was taken out In the southern city overnight. 13 of the few dozen remaining rebels were killed in the operation and the army says Mahmud Ahmad was likely among them. ] Morales explains why his death would be a major milestone   Read More ...
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War criminal or role model? It's a thin line in Serbia
LJUBLJANA/BELGRADE (Reuters) - In 2009, Serbian general Vladimir Lazarevic was convicted by a U.N. court of war crimes over the forced deportation of more than 700,000 ethnic Albanians during the 1989-99 Kosovo war. The squat, bespectacled Lazarevic was one of the chief executors of a systematic effort to empty the then-Serbian province of ethnic Albanian civilians and raze their homes in the last bloody chapter in the collapse of Yugoslavia   Read More ...
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Pakistan extends militant leader's house arrest for 30 days
LAHORE, Pakistan (AP) — A Pakistani court has extended for another month the house arrest of the former leader of a banned militant group accused by India of masterminding the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attack. Hafiz Saeed, who heads the Jamaat-ud-Dawa Islamic charity, was placed under house arrest along with four aides in the city of Lahore in January. His spokesman Yahya Mujahid says judges on Thursday extended Saeed's detention for 30 days ahead of the expiration of an earlier detention order   Read More ...
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Two-state shooter held on $2M bail on attempted murder charges in Delaware
The suspect from Wednesday's two-state shooting spree was officially charged in Delaware on Thursday morning. Wilmington Police advised, on October 19, 2017, that Radee Prince, 37, of Wilmington, was arraigned on charges of first-degree attempted murder, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, possession of a firearm by a person prohibited, and carrying a concealed deadly weapon. Prince's bail was set at $2   Read More ...
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What this American militia leader wants you to know
After a massive resurgence of American militia groups following President Barack Obama's 2008 election, the Southern Poverty Law Center -- which tracks data on the anti-government movement -- reported a decline in patriot groups in 2016. In its annual report, the SPLC found that patriot groups dropped 38% last year and that militias within the patriot movement dropped 40%. The organization attributed this decrease to "(hope) that (Donald) Trump would become the new face of the federal government   Read More ...
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How did a World War II assault vessel end up on the bottom of NC’s Pamlico Sound?
A team of researchers from East Carolina University has identified a shipwreck in the Pamlico Sound near Rodanthe as a type of World War II troop transport, media outlets report. How a World War II assault vessel ended up on the bottom of the Pamlico Sound is a mystery researchers say they intend to solve. The identity of the ship has long been a mystery, with local folklore suggesting it was a gravel barge that ran around in the 1960s during the road building boom on the Outer Banks, reported the Coastal Review Online   Read More ...
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A few militants fight on in Philippine city ripped to shreds
MARAWI, Philippines (AP) — Smoke wafted from the smoldering carcasses of buildings and houses, with the dome of a mosque blasted out with holes, as Philippine troops battled Thursday to defeat a final stand by the last dozens of pro-Islamic State group militants in a southern city. The desolate war scene, witnessed by Associated Press journalists on board a navy patrol gunboat in Lake Lanao, could herald what the government hopes will be the end of a nearly five-month siege by the militants in Marawi city   Read More ...
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We say black lives matter. The FBI says that makes us a security threat.
This past summer, the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division, which investigates terrorist threats from groups such as al-Qaeda, invented a brand new label and a brand new threat. In an intelligence assessment written in August but first disclosed by Foreign Policy last week, the FBI designated a new group of domestic terrorists: “Black Identity Extremists,” or BIEs. The report broadly categorizes black activists as threats to national security   Read More ...
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A few militants fight on in Philippine city ripped to shreds
MARAWI, Philippines (AP) — Smoke wafted from the smoldering carcasses of buildings and houses, with the dome of a mosque blasted out with holes, as Philippine troops battled Thursday to defeat a final stand by the last dozens of pro-Islamic State group militants in a southern city. The desolate war scene, witnessed by Associated Press journalists on board a navy patrol gunboat in Lake Lanao, could herald what the government hopes will be the end of a nearly five-month siege by the militants in Marawi city   Read More ...
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U.S.-backed forces in Syria holding foreign Islamic State leaders
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U.S.-backed forces in Syria holding foreign Islamic State leaders
BEIRUT (Reuters) - U.S.-backed militias in Syria have detained senior foreign Islamic State leaders in months of fighting for Raqqa, but it is not yet clear if they will be repatriated after facing trial, a spokesman said on Thursday. "We have foreign emirs ... from all around the world," Talal Silo of the SDF told Reuters. "They were captured in special operations, and some of them turned themselves in to our forces   Read More ...
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The World Forgot About a 402-Foot-Long Painting. Here's What Happened When It Was Found
Shortly after World War I , two French artists could already predict that the conflict would take place on a scale unlike anything ever seen at that point. A tribute to it would, then, also demand an unprecedented scale. By the time the project they conceived to honor the Allies was completed, shortly before the armistice in 1918, more than 100 French artists — mostly older men who were not able to fight themselves — had worked on it   Read More ...
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More conflicts loom after Islamic State defeat in Raqqa
Beirut — The Middle East may have turned a page with the defeat of the Islamic State group. in its self-declared capital of Raqqa, but the future is looking even more tangled, and potentially as violent. The downfall of a common enemy could open up cracks in temporary alliances created to fight the extremists, and rivalries for influence are now likely to take center stage   Read More ...
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What happens next in cases against N.J. jihadist convicted in NYC bombings
The man who planted two bombs in Manhattan last summer likely will spend the rest of his life in prison after a federal jury convicted him Monday, but his legal battles are not yet over. Ahmad Khan Rahimi, an Afghanistan native whom prosecutors say was inspired by the Islamic State and al-Qaida, still faces state and federal charges in New Jersey related to other explosives and to the shootout that led to his arrest   Read More ...
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Activist applauds conviction of her would-be jihadi beheader
The New York political activist targeted by a Boston terror cell for beheading had a simple message for the 28-year-old mastermind jihadi convicted for supporting the foreign terror group. “I wish he was rotting in hell, but he’ll be rotting in jail for the rest of his life and that works for me,” Pamela Geller told the Herald yesterday shortly after David Daoud Wright, the man federal agents called a “full-fledged soldier of ISIS,” was convicted on a slate of federal charges   Read More ...
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More conflicts loom after Islamic State defeat in Raqqa
BEIRUT (AP) — The Middle East may have turned a page with the defeat of the Islamic State group in its self-declared capital of Raqqa, but the future is looking even more tangled, and potentially as violent. The downfall of a common enemy could open up cracks in temporary alliances created to fight the extremists, and rivalries for influence are now likely to take center stage   Read More ...
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Jihadist ambush on US forces shows new danger in Sahel
BAMAKO, Mali (AP) — The Islamic militants came on motorcycles toting rocket-propelled grenades and heavy machine guns, killing four American service members after shattering the windows of the unarmored U.S. trucks. In this remote corner of Niger where the Americans and their local counterparts had been meeting with community leaders, residents say the men who came to kill that day had never been seen there before   Read More ...
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More conflicts loom after Islamic State defeat in Raqqa
BEIRUT (AP) — The Middle East may have turned a page with the defeat of the Islamic State group in its self-declared capital of Raqqa, but the future is looking even more tangled, and potentially as violent. The downfall of a common enemy could open up cracks in temporary alliances created to fight the extremists, and rivalries for influence are now likely to take center stage   Read More ...
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Jihadist ambush on US forces shows new danger in Sahel
BAMAKO, Mali (AP) — The Islamic militants came on motorcycles toting rocket-propelled grenades and heavy machine guns, killing four American service members after shattering the windows of the unarmored U.S. trucks. In this remote corner of Niger where the Americans and their local counterparts had been meeting with community leaders, residents say the men who came to kill that day had never been seen there before   Read More ...
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‘Severe threat’: ISIS & Al-Qaeda planning 9/11-style ‘big explosion,’ US security chief warns
FILE PHOTO: Fighters of al-Qaeda linked ISIL carry their weapons during a parade at the Syrian town of Tel Abyad, near the border with Turkey January 2, 2014. © Yaser Al-Khodor / Reuters Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS, ISIL) and Al-Qaeda terrorists are plotting to take down a plane and carry out a devastating explosion on the scale of 9/11, senior US security official Elaine Duke warns   Read More ...
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Aurora man who tried to join al-Qaida branch in Syria faces sentencing
An Aurora teen’s arrest at O’Hare International Airport in 2013 while trying to fly to the Middle East to join an al-Qaida branch symbolized a growing fear among law enforcement that young, impressionable Americans were becoming increasingly radicalized by online Islamic extremist propaganda. The issue has only intensified in the more than four years that the charges against Abdella Ahmad Tounisi have been pending, as the rapid rise of the Islamic State terrorism group and its new brand of slick internet marketing led to a slew of similar arrests in Chicago and across the country   Read More ...
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Kurdish female militia vows to keep fighting Islamic State
BEIRUT (AP) — A Kurdish female militia that took part in freeing the northern Syrian city of Raqqa from the Islamic State group says it will continue the fight to liberate women living under the extremist group's brutal rule. Nisreen Abdullah of the Women's Protection Units, or YPJ, read a statement Thursday in Raqqa's Paradise Square, where IS fighters once carried out their public killings   Read More ...
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Listen to ‘The Daily’: Big Losses for ISIS
Photo Its de facto capital is falling. Its territory has shriveled to a handful of outposts. Its surviving leaders are on the run, and its fighters are surrendering. Is the Islamic State losing its war, or starting a new one? On today’s episode: • Rod Nordland, The New York Times’s bureau chief in Kabul, Afghanistan, discusses the militant group’s recent losses in Iraq   Read More ...
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Rare color photos of World War II
Color film was rare in World War II. The vast majority of the photos taken during the conflict were in black and white, and color photography as a whole was still a relatively new technique. It's this fact that makes the photos from a new book published by Imperial War Museums so mesmerizing. They are in their original state -- not retouched, not colorized: "You are seeing exactly what was taken   Read More ...
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Rare color photos cast new light on World War II
Color film was rare in World War II. The vast majority of the photos taken during the conflict were in black and white, and color photography as a whole was still a relatively new technique. It's this fact that makes the photos from a new book published by Imperial War Museums so mesmerizing. They are in their original state -- not retouched, not colorized: "You are seeing exactly what was taken   Read More ...
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Former French intelligence chief to testify at terror trial
PARIS (AP) — A French ex-intelligence chief is expected to addresses failures in tracking Islamic extremists, at the trial over deadly 2012 attacks on a Jewish school and French soldiers. Bernard Squarcini, now a private security consultant, was heading the French police counterterrorism agency when Mohammed Merah went on a shooting rampage, killing three French paratroopers, three Jewish schoolchildren and a rabbi   Read More ...
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Picasso Murals Caught Up in Terrorist Attack’s Bitter Legacy
OSLO — Walking through Oslo’s government quarter, it’s hard to miss the monumental concrete mural that dominates its central square. The semiabstract depiction of three people on a boat, pulling in a catch under a blazing sun, is on the end of a swooping modernist building known as Y-Block. “The Fishermen” bears the unmistakable lines of the artist who designed it: Pablo Picasso, who created it in 1970, in collaboration with a Norwegian artist, Carl Nesjar   Read More ...
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Former French intelligence chief to testify at terror trial
PARIS (AP) — A French ex-intelligence chief is expected to addresses failures in tracking Islamic extremists, at the trial over deadly 2012 attacks on a Jewish school and French soldiers. Bernard Squarcini was heading the French police counterterrorism agency when Mohamed Merah went on a shooting rampage, killing three French paratroopers, three Jewish schoolchildren and a rabbi. Squarcini said at the time that Merah acted as a lone wolf and wasn't affiliated with an extremist network   Read More ...
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Terror groups working for another 9/11, acting DHS chief warns
Threat levels in the U.S. are “extremely high,” as intelligence indicates the Islamic State group and other terror groups are using small-scale plots to build toward another 9/11-style attack, acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke warned. “The terrorist organizations, be it ISIS or others, want to have the big explosion like they did on 9/11,” Duke said Tuesday, speaking at the U   Read More ...
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Former French intelligence chief to testify at terror trial
PARIS – A French ex-intelligence chief is expected to addresses failures in tracking Islamic extremists, at the trial over deadly 2012 attacks on a Jewish school and French soldiers. Bernard Squarcini was heading the French police counterterrorism agency when Mohamed Merah went on a shooting rampage, killing three French paratroopers, three Jewish schoolchildren and a rabbi. Squarcini said at the time that Merah acted as a lone wolf and wasn't affiliated with an extremist network   Read More ...
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Teaching Activities for: ‘Raqqa, ISIS ‘Capital,’ Is Captured, U.S.-Backed Forces Say’
Photo Before reading the article: What do you know about the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL? Read this article or watch this video to learn more about the evolution of ISIS and its influence in the Middle East. How did ISIS come to power? What are its goals? How are countries from around the world working together to fight the organization? What does this conflict have to do with Syria’s civil war? Now, read the article, “Raqqa, ISIS ‘Capital,’ Is Captured, U   Read More ...
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Liberian rebel commander guilty of immigration fraud
Philadelphia - A Liberian accused of war crimes has been convicted of lying about his past as a rebel commander so he could enter the US. Fifty-one-year-old Mohammed Jabbateh was found guilty in a federal court in Philadelphia on Wednesday of immigration fraud and perjury for deceiving US officials about his role during the Liberian civil war in the 1990s. His trial involved testimony from several witnesses who said he or his soldiers killed civilians, raped women and engaged in cannibalism   Read More ...
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Philippines says 'big possibility' Malaysian militant leader killed
MARAWI CITY, Philippines (Reuters) - The Philippine military said on Thursday there was a “big possibility” that a top Malaysian militant tipped to become Islamic State’s point man in Southeast Asia has been killed in an overnight battle. Thirteen rebels among the few dozen Islamic State loyalists holed up in the decimated heart of Marawi City were killed in the operation and Malaysian Mahmud Ahmad was likely among them, taskforce deputy commander Colonel Romeo Brawner said   Read More ...
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World War 3 Threat: North Korea Warns ‘Unimaginable Strike’ On U.S. Could Come At Any Time
In the latest threat of World War Three to come out of North Korea, the Kim Jong-un regime on Wednesday warned the United States that an “unimaginable strike” could come at any time, even as the U.S. and South Korea planned a joint military drill known as Courageous Channel, a dress rehearsal for a mass evacuation of Americans in the region in the event that war breaks out on the Korean peninsula   Read More ...
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Philippines says 'big possibility' key Malaysian militant killed in Marawi
MARAWI CITY, Philippines (Reuters) - The Philippine military said on Thursday there was a “big possibility” that top Malaysian operative Mahmud Ahmad was killed in a battle overnight in Marawi City, during which 13 rebels were killed. Colonel Romeo Brawner, deputy commander of operations in Marawi, said further investigation was required, including questioning of hostages and scientific tests, but the military believed Mahmud was among the dead   Read More ...
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Malaysian militant believed among fighters killed in Marawi
MARAWI, Philippines (AP) — The Philippine military says a top Malaysian militant is believed to be among 13 Islamic State group-linked fighters killed overnight in clashes in the southern city of Marawi. Maj. Gen. Restituto Padilla said Thursday that officials were awaiting the recovery of the body to get full confirmation. Padilla said six soldiers were slightly wounded and two civilian hostages — a mother and her teenage daughter — were rescued Thursday morning   Read More ...
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Malaysian militant believed among fighters killed in Marawi
MARAWI, Philippines – The Philippine military says a top Malaysian militant is believed to be among 13 Islamic State group-linked fighters killed overnight in clashes in the southern city of Marawi. Maj. Gen. Restituto Padilla said Thursday that officials were awaiting the recovery of the body to get full confirmation. Padilla said six soldiers were slightly wounded and two civilian hostages — a mother and her teenage daughter — were rescued Thursday morning   Read More ...
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Colombia's FARC say six ex-members murdered in restive province
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Armed gunmen this week killed six former fighters from Colombia’s FARC rebels, the now-demobilized group said, reiterating its fears about attacks targeting former guerrillas. Thousands of members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels handed in their weapons under a peace deal signed with the government last year to end more than 53 years of war   Read More ...
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Man convicted of plotting to behead blogger for ISIS group
By ALANNA DURKIN RICHER Associated Press A Massachusetts man who authorities say fell under the influence of the Islamic State group was convicted Wednesday of plotting to behead a conservative American blogger for organizing a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest. Jurors found David Wright guilty of all charges, including conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization and conspiracy to commit acts of terrorism transcending national boundaries   Read More ...
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Donald Trump used Obama's plan to defeat ISIS in Raqqa, says top US official
A top official of former President Barack Obama has said that President Donald Trump has used Obama's plan to kick the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) out of Raqqa. The US backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) declared on Tuesday that Raqqa, the last of ISIS's major strongholds, had been taken back from the terror group. Former Obama State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf told host Martha MacCallum on ''The Story'' on Tuesday night that the plan to retake Raqqa was put in place during the Obama administration   Read More ...
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