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Suicide bombers cause carnage in Pakistan court

In Pakistan, at least four people have been reportedly killed and dozens more hurt in a suicide bomb attack on a court complex.

In Pakistan, at least four people have been reportedly killed and dozens more hurt in a suicide bomb attack on a court complex.

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US media push back against Trump’s bogus claim of ignoring terror attacks

US news media strongly pushed back against President Donald Trump’s bogus claim that the press “doesn’t want to report” on terrorist attacks involving Islamic…

US news media strongly pushed back against President Donald Trump’s bogus claim that the press “doesn’t want to report” on terrorist attacks involving Islamic…

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Alternative facts: Trump challenged over ISIL attacks 'ignored by media'

The German journalists association has called on the media to react to the US president's 'untruths', after the White House listed many allegedly under-reported terror attacks that in fact received wi

The German journalists association has called on the media to react to the US president's 'untruths', after the White House listed many allegedly under-reported terror attacks that in fact received wi

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Long queues in Paris as tourists flock back to the Louvre

The iconic Louvre Museum in Paris re-opened its doors on Saturday, a day after a French soldier was wounded while tackling a machete-wielding attacker.There were long queues outside the museum's famou

The iconic Louvre Museum in Paris re-opened its doors on Saturday, a day after a French soldier was wounded while tackling a machete-wielding attacker.There were long queues outside the museum's famou

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Tough talk as military exercises get underway in Iran

The US Defence Secretary says he is not planning to boost troop levels in the Middle East, despite rising tension with Iran. Jim Mattis has warned, however, that the world will no longer ignore Tehran

The US Defence Secretary says he is not planning to boost troop levels in the Middle East, despite rising tension with Iran. Jim Mattis has warned, however, that the world will no longer ignore Tehran

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Louvre attack suspect 'entered France on Egyptian visa'

The suspect in the machete attack near the Louvre entered the country from Dubai on an Egyptian visa, sources close to the investigation say.

The suspect in the machete attack near the Louvre entered the country from Dubai on an Egyptian visa, sources close to the investigation say.

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Louvre attack 'clearly terrorist in nature', says French PM

French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve says a machete attack near the capital’s Louvre Museum was “clearly terrorist in nature.

French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve says a machete attack near the capital’s Louvre Museum was “clearly terrorist in nature.

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Man arrested in Germany, 'wanted' by Tunisia over Bardo attack

A Tunisian asylum-seeker arrested in Germany on suspicion of planning an attack, is also wanted by Tunisia over links to an assault on the Bardo museum in Tunis.

A Tunisian asylum-seeker arrested in Germany on suspicion of planning an attack, is also wanted by Tunisia over links to an assault on the Bardo museum in Tunis.

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Quebec mosque attack: Who is gunman Alexandre Bissonnette?

The man charged with shooting six worshippers dead in a Quebec City mosque has been named as Alexandre Bissonnette. Who is Bissonnette?

The man charged with shooting six worshippers dead in a Quebec City mosque has been named as Alexandre Bissonnette. Who is Bissonnette?

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Student charged with 6 counts of murder after Canada mosque attack

The 27-year-old is also charged with 5 counts of attempted murder in relation to a shooting at a mosque in the city of Québec that killed at least six people and injured 17.

The 27-year-old is also charged with 5 counts of attempted murder in relation to a shooting at a mosque in the city of Québec that killed at least six people and injured 17.

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'Man in the hat' terror suspect Abrini charged over Paris attacks

Held in Belgium since his arrest last April, terror suspect Mohamed Abrini was taken to France on Monday where he was placed under formal investigation over the Paris terror attacks of November 2015 i

Held in Belgium since his arrest last April, terror suspect Mohamed Abrini was taken to France on Monday where he was placed under formal investigation over the Paris terror attacks of November 2015 i

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Several arrested in Austria anti-terror raids

Austrian police have taken eight people into custody on suspicion of belonging to a terrorist organisation.

Austrian police have taken eight people into custody on suspicion of belonging to a terrorist organisation.

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Germany targets far-right extremists in dozens of raids

Several of those targeted were believed to have links to the Reichsburger movement, an extremist group which rejects the legitimacy of the German republic.

Several of those targeted were believed to have links to the Reichsburger movement, an extremist group which rejects the legitimacy of the German republic.

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Somalia: death toll rises in Mogadishu hotel bombings

The number of confirmed dead from a dual attack on a hotel in Mogadishu rose to 28 on Wednesday, according to the ambulance service in the Somali capital.

The number of confirmed dead from a dual attack on a hotel in Mogadishu rose to 28 on Wednesday, according to the ambulance service in the Somali capital.

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Al Shabaab attack in Somalia

A car bomb has exploded near the gate of a hotel in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu.

A car bomb has exploded near the gate of a hotel in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu.

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Somalia: Al Shabaab claims deadly hotel attack

A combined suicide bombing and gun attack at a hotel in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, has left a number of people dead and injured.

A combined suicide bombing and gun attack at a hotel in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, has left a number of people dead and injured.

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"Reina looked suitable for an attack"

Media reports in Turkey say an Uzbek gunman who is said to have killed 39 people in a nightclub in Istanbul at New Year has told police he changed his target at the last moment.

Media reports in Turkey say an Uzbek gunman who is said to have killed 39 people in a nightclub in Istanbul at New Year has told police he changed his target at the last moment.

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Al Qaeda-linked group claims Mali's deadliest suicide attack

A group linked to al Qaeda’s North African affiliate has said it carried out a suicide bombing at a military camp in northern Mali earlier on Wednesday that killed dozens of people and injured over…

A group linked to al Qaeda’s North African affiliate has said it carried out a suicide bombing at a military camp in northern Mali earlier on Wednesday that killed dozens of people and injured over…

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Muslims suffer because of Europe's terror laws - Amnesty

The campaign group is sounding the alarm over "dangerously disproportionate" security measures adopted in 14 EU nations over the past two years.

The campaign group is sounding the alarm over "dangerously disproportionate" security measures adopted in 14 EU nations over the past two years.