Category Archives: Terrorism

Afghanistan: Taliban warned against targeting former security forces

The US and a host of allied countries have called on the Taliban to end the targeted killings of former members of Afghan security forces.

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Senate GOP Memo: Afghan Evacuees Underwent Little Vetting Despite Biden Promise

Senate Republicans say U.S. officials vetted just a small number of the 82,000 Afghan evacuees airlifted from Kabul in August despite President Joe Biden’s contrary claims, according to a memo obtained by the Washington Examiner.

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Israel Worries Iran Will Get Sanctions Relief Without Capping Nuclear Projects

Israel worries Iran will secure a windfall in sanctions relief in renewed nuclear negotiations with world powers but will not sufficiently roll back projects with bomb-making potential, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on Sunday.

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Republicans question lifting Colombian rebel group FARC’s terrorism designation

The Biden administration is facing criticism over reports that the United States government is preparing to remove the Colombian rebel group FARC from its list of foreign terrorist organizations.

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House Homeland Republicans push DHS on why number of migrants on terror database is not made public

Republicans on the House Homeland Security Committee are demanding answers from Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on why his agency will not make public the number of apprehended migrants who are on the Terrorist Screening Database (TSDB) — after DHS purportedly claimed the information was “Law Enforcement Sensitive.”

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Vietnam vet says US ‘didn’t really build a democratic government’ in Vietnam or Afghanistan

Vietnam War veteran John Rowan said on the Fox Nation special “Modern Warriors” that aired Saturday on Fox News Channel that the United States government “didn’t really build a democratic government” in Afghanistan or Vietnam.

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North Korea can make more ingredients for nuclear bombs than expected

North Korea has the capacity to make more base ingredients for nuclear bombs than previously believed, according to new research, suggesting the Kim Jong Un regime possesses the potential to accelerate the earliest stages of production.

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Sudan military coup reports lead US Embassy to advise Americans to shelter in place

Indications of a military coup in Sudan targeting the country’s tenuous transitional government sparked the U.S. Embassy in the capital city, Khartoum, to urge Americans in the country to shelter in place Monday.

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US military says air strike killed senior al Qaeda leader

A senior al Qaeda leader was killed in a drone strike Friday in northwest Syria, the U.S. military says.

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Afghanistan: US offers to pay relatives of Kabul drone attack victims

The US government has offered financial compensation to the relatives of 10 people mistakenly killed by the American military in a drone strike on the Afghan capital, Kabul, in August.

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