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Ukraine railroad blown up, Russian train derails

Railroad tracks in Ukraine’s Donetsk Region have been blown up as a freight train belonging to Russian Railways was passing by. Fourteen freight cars were derailed, with Russian Railways employees on the train avoiding injuries.

Ukrainian nationalists clash with police outside Orthodox Church in Kiev

Extreme nationalists have clashed with police officers outside Kiev's Pechersk Lavra monastery. A group of about 200 radicals gathered outside the monastery, where religious activists planned a procession against Ukraine signing the EU Association Agreement and the "anti-terrorist operation" in the southeast of the country. Police blocked access to the Lavra to avoid clashes between the two groups. Apparently, the same extremists later vandalized Russia's Sberbank office.

RAW: Ukraine nationalists clash with police outside Orthodox Church in Kiev

More than 100 people dead in Iraq in single day of violence

Iraq saw one of the bloodiest days Saturday with a string of car bombings killing an estimated total of 60 in Baghdad, while a further 59 died in the country’s north. Several fatalities were also reported after militants took students hostage in Ramadi.

32 killed in separate violent attacks across Iraq

A total of 32 people were killed and ten others wounded in separate violent attacks across Iraq on Thursday, security and medical sources said.

74 killed in post-election wave of Iraq attacks

A post-election wave of attacks across Iraq, including car bombings in Baghdad and a northern city, killed at least 74 people, officials said.

Coups and terror are the fruit of Nato's war in Libya

The dire consequences of the west's intervention are being felt today in Tripoli and across Africa, from Mali to Nigeria.

Bomb blasts in China's Urumqi

An unknown number of people were killed and injured after explosions occurred Thursday morning at an open market in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

Two blasts hit central Nigeria city, kill dozens

Two car bombs exploded at a bustling bus terminal and market in Nigeria's central city of Jos on Tuesday, and witnesses said dozens of people were killed.

Blasts hit buses in Kenyan capital

Two crowded buses have been hit by homemade bombs in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi. At least three people have been killed and dozens injured. It comes a day after twin explosions killed four people in the port city of Mombasa.

Blasts hit buses in Kenyan capital

Syrian militants threaten West, Arab states

Foreign nationals operating alongside militants in Syria and Iraq have threatened to wage devastating wars against their own governments.

Iraqi people vote despite threats from militants

Iraqis have gone to polling stations across the country to vote for a new parliament despite threats from al-Qaeda-linked militants.

Multiple bomb blasts kill 28 attending an election rally in Iraqi capital

A fresh wave of bomb explosions has rocked the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, leaving at least 28 people dead and nearly two dozen others injured.

Foreign-backed militants kill 14 in Syria’s Homs

Foreign-backed militants have slain 14 people in the western Syrian city of Homs on the same day that car bombs killed at least 25 people in the city.

IRA militant charged with 29 murders resulting from 1998 Omagh bombing

Northern Ireland has charged a man with 29 counts of murder in the 1998 Omagh bombing, the worst attack in decades of violence in the province, police said on Thursday.

25 Ukrainians arrested on suspicion of plotting terrorism in Russia

Russia's Federal Security Service has reported the detention of 25 Ukrainian citizens suspected of masterminding attacks on the territory of Russia.

25 Ukrainians arrested on suspicion of plotting terrorism in Russia

China knife massacre: police say they have captured remaining suspects

Official news agency says four suspects of 'eight-member group' are now in custody after four shot dead at Kunming train station.

Kunming knife attack: Xinjiang separatists blamed for 'Chinese 9/11'

President Xi Jinping urges severe punishment for perpetrators of violence at crowded train station that left 29 people dead and 130 injured.

Beirut Suicide Blasts Cause Panic

Two suicide bombers blew up their cars near an Iranian cultural center in Beirut on Wednesday, killing at least four people and wounding scores, including children in an orphanage, in the latest attack targeting Shiite areas in Lebanon.

At least 49 killed in several Baghdad bomb blasts

There is devastation in several parts of Baghdad after a series of bomb attacks that killed at least 49 people on Monday night.

Suspected Volgograd bombing mastermind killed in Dagestan

Dagestani police reported that they have killed a suspected mastermind behind the Volgograd bombings.

Student kills policeman and teacher in hostage takeover of class of 20 students in Moscow school

A student gunman has killed a policeman and teacher after holding more than 20 students hostage in a school near Moscow.

Militants tell Russia: Rebel against Putin, or else

Militants who claimed responsibility for last month's suicide bombings that killed at least 34 people in the city of Volgograd have warned Russians that they faced more attacks if they didn’t rebel against President Vladimir Putin.

ISIS Confirms Saudi Royal Family Funding

Yet more proof that the House of Saud is financing the beheaders in Syria.

ISIS Confirms Saudi Royal Family Funding

Third blast in Cairo after bombs at police HQ, subway kill 5 & injure dozens

Three blasts hit Cairo on Friday, targeting police HQ, a metro station and a police station. They apparent string of militant attacks claimed at least five people and injured scores of others.

Iran to Reveal Evidence of Sponsors of Terrorism in the Middle East

The Iranian Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, said on Sunday (19) that the Islamic Republic of Iran has “solid evidence” that show the devastating role that sponsors of terrorist groups in the Middle East.

'Islamist' video claims responsibility for Volgograd terrorist attacks

Two men have claimed responsibility for December’s Volgograd bomb attacks in a video posted on a Russian-language Islamist forum Sunday.

'Terrorism funding just one thing banks getting away with' - HSBC whistleblower

Banks say they are the pillar of the modern society - ruling the streams of money across the globe and keeping a tight grip on the world's economy; What is going on in offices of top level management is kept in a most valuable secrets. Even governments are afraid to get in confrontation with the enormous financial giants.

'Terrorism funding just one thing banks getting away with' - HSBC whistleblower

Prince Bandar mastermind of Saudi terror network

Saudi Arabia’s intelligence chief Prince Bandar Bin Sultan has been the mastermind of “Saudi terror network” that finances, trains and arms an international network of Takfiri terrorists, an American Professor says.

Sochi security sweep turns deadly

Three members of the Russian security forces and four gunmen have been killed in a shootout during a sweep for armed groups who have threatened to attack the Winter Olympics that begin in Sochi next month.

Security sweep in Russia turns deadly

NSA role minimal in fighting terrorism

The National Security Agency’s massive data collection has barely helped the United States thwart terrorist attacks, according to a new study by the New American Foundation.

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