Kim Jong-Nam’s Assassination Trial Returns To Scene Of Crime

The two women accused of killing the disgraced half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un were taken under heavy escort on Tuesday to Kuala Lumpur International Airport for a visit to the crime scene. Wearing a bullet-proof vest, Indonesian Siti Aisyah and Vietnamese Thi Huong were taken to the airport along with the presiding judge, … Read more

NEW 9/11 ATTACK Is Currently Being Planned ISIS AND AL-QAEDA

A high level US security chief is warning Isis fanatics and other terrorists groups are planning massive attack on USA soil. They are planning for huge explosions that inflict wide scale death and destruction. Elaine Duke, the acting Secretary of Homeland Security for President Donald Trump, said jihadists were using crude knife and van attacks … Read more

North Korea: Kim Jong-un Is Set For Another Missile Test

Kim Jong-un promoted his younger sister and ballistic and nuclear program officials as he was preparing for a new long-range missile test capable of hitting the United States. North Korea held a big game of musical chairs this weekend a few hours after Donald Trump tweeted without detailing that “one thing will work” with the … Read more

Turkish Police Kill Suspected Terrorist 

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Turkish police killed a terrorist on Friday, June 2, in a shootout, after receiving information about a possible terror attack. According to a message issued by the provincial police one person was killed in the morning of June 2 in the center of the southern Turkish province of Malatya. The police acted upon a signal of … Read more

British Foreign Policy Contributes to Terrorism According to a Poll 

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In a speech after the Manchester Arena suicide bombing, Jeremy Corbyn stated that British foreign policy is in part responsible for the terror attacks in the United Kingdom. YouGov conducted a poll four days after the Manchester attack to check if people support the claim that there is a link between foreign policy and terrorism. … Read more

UK Feared Terror Attacks on Oil Rigs in the 1970s and 80s 

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According to secret records that were recently made public, UK feared that there might be terror attacks on oil rigs in the North Sea in the 1970s. UK defense chiefs even considered turning the sea into a minefield. The declassified files showed that senior military figures believed Palestinian groups had “actively considered” targeting a western … Read more

Trump Goes to Supreme Court for Travel Ban 

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US President Donald Trump’s administration has asked the US Supreme Court to reinstate his controversial ban on travelers from six Muslim majority nations despite repeated setbacks in the lower courts, RTE reported. In its filing, the government asked the highest court in the land to rule on the legal standing of Mr Trump’s order, appealing … Read more

Five Countries form a Defense Pact Discuss Online Terrorism in Singapore

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Five countries in a longstanding defense pact met in Singapore on Friday and said that they will continue working together and use the internet to fight terrorism, Fox News reported. Officials from the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and Singapore held a joint news conference after meeting in the city-state. The countries are part … Read more