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  • Al-Mourabitoun Claims Responsibility for Mali Hotel Attack

    Al-Mourabitoun Claims Responsibility for Mali Hotel Attack0

    An African jihadist organization al-Mourabitoun and al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb claimed responsibility for the recent attack on a Radisson Blue luxury hotel in the Malian capital Bamako, in which nineteen people were killed. On Nov. 20, gunmen seized the hotel in Bamako taking more than a hundred hotel guests hostage and killing 19 people.

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  • Can ISIS Attacks Strike on U.S. Soil?

    Can ISIS Attacks Strike on U.S. Soil?0

    Many counter-terrorism experts agree that a hypothetical attack organized similarly to the recent attacks in Paris is unlikely to succeed in the U.S., the question of whether the U.S. intelligence officials underestimate the ISIS’ ability to attack Americans remains open. In the aftermath of the Paris shootings in which at least 129 people were killed and

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  • Turkish President at G20: Time for Words Now Over

    Turkish President at G20: Time for Words Now Over0

    On Nov. 15, leaders of the twenty world powers gathered in Antalya, Turkey, to discuss the threat of the Islamic State terrorists after attacks in Paris. The annual two-day Group of Twenty economic summit began with the moment of silence in memory of 129 victims of terrorist attacks in Paris, and 102 people who died

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  • Moscow Calls For New Syrian Constitution in Eighteen Months

    Moscow Calls For New Syrian Constitution in Eighteen Months0

    Russia wants the Syrian opposition and government to come to an agreement and to launch a constitutional reform process, followed by early presidential elections. Media obtained the draft document, entitled “Approach to the Settlement of the Syrian Crisis,” that contains eight points, drafted by Russians on the eve of the international talks on the Syrian

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  • New Evidence Explains Cause of Russian Passenger Airplane Crash in Egypt

    New Evidence Explains Cause of Russian Passenger Airplane Crash in Egypt0

    The official investigation is not yet finished and it is still not clear whether the Russian Metrojet plane crash, which led to 224 deaths, happened due to a technical malfunction, a pilot mistake, an act of terror, or for another reason. The Pentagon is certain that the airplane could not be shot down from earth

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  • British Activist Combating Extremism in Iraq Found Dead at Istanbul Airport

    British Activist Combating Extremism in Iraq Found Dead at Istanbul Airport0

    Jacqueline Sutton who was working for a long time as the Iraq director for the Institute for War and Peace Reporting and as a BBC journalist was found dead in an Istanbul airport. Circumstances of her death are still unclear. According to Turkish media, the former reporter and activist killed herself in a public toilet

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