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Paris police knifeman had ‘radical vision of Islam,’ anti-terrorism prosecutors say

Paris police knifeman had ‘radical vision of Islam,’ anti-terrorism prosecutors say

The knife-wielding attacker who murdered four people at a Paris police station adhered to a “radical vision of Islam,” French
US Military Gene Editing: How the US could create a race of super soldiers

US Military Gene Editing: How the US could create a race of super soldiers

A US Department of Defense agency is currently looking at ways to alter one’s biology to provide adequate protection for
Stabbing attack at Paris police HQ: What is known

Stabbing attack at Paris police HQ: What is known

A knife-wielding assailant killed four French officers inside police headquarters in Paris before being shot dead by a first responder.
North Korea launches ‘unidentified projectile’ hours after agreeing to resume denuclearization talks with US

North Korea launches ‘unidentified projectile’ hours after agreeing to resume denuclearization talks with US

The launch of several unidentified missiles from North Korea has been detected by the Japenese coast guard and the South
Top Iran general says destroying Israel ‘achievable goal’

Top Iran general says destroying Israel ‘achievable goal’

The commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards said Monday that destroying arch-rival Israel has become an “achievable goal” thanks to his
China set to unveil Dongfeng-41 nuke that ‘can strike US in 30 minutes’

China set to unveil Dongfeng-41 nuke that ‘can strike US in 30 minutes’

China is set to unveil the “ultimate doomsday weapon” during one of the nation’s biggest military parades on Tuesday in
Saudi Crown Prince agrees with Pompeo that oil-plant attacks were ‘act of war’ by Iran

Saudi Crown Prince agrees with Pompeo that oil-plant attacks were ‘act of war’ by Iran

Heir apparent to the Saudi throne, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, said that he agrees with US Secretary of State
Somalia: Jihadists attack US training base at Baledogle

Somalia: Jihadists attack US training base at Baledogle

Jihadists have attacked a military base where US soldiers train commandos in Somalia. Local residents reported heavy blasts and gunfire
Is Saudi Aramco lying about its damaged oil infrastructure?

Is Saudi Aramco lying about its damaged oil infrastructure?

Repairs at the Khurais field and the Abqaiq processing facility may take several months rather than the ten weeks tops
Suspect arrested in Greece over 1985 TWA plane hijacking

Suspect arrested in Greece over 1985 TWA plane hijacking

Greek police on Saturday confirmed the arrest of a Lebanese man accused of involvement in the 1985 hijacking of a
U.S. to deploy military forces to Saudi Arabia, UAE after drone attacks on oil sites

U.S. to deploy military forces to Saudi Arabia, UAE after drone attacks on oil sites

The United States is deploying military forces to the Middle East after Saturday’s drone attacks on major oil sites in
Riyadh gave NO PROOF Tehran launched oil-plant attack

Riyadh gave NO PROOF Tehran launched oil-plant attack

Saudi Arabia wants its allies to believe Tehran launched attacks on its oil facilities, even though the one thing their
Drone strikes on oil facilities were Yemen’s ‘reciprocal response’ for Saudi bombings

Drone strikes on oil facilities were Yemen’s ‘reciprocal response’ for Saudi bombings

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said recent drone attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure were a proportionate Yemeni response to years of
Iran rejects US’ claim it attacked Saudi oil facilities, warns it’s ready for war

Iran rejects US’ claim it attacked Saudi oil facilities, warns it’s ready for war

Iran has rebuffed US accusations of launching a drone attacks that cut Saudi Arabia’s oil output in half. A senior
Iraqi-German men walk free despite stabbing of cop during family fight at back-to-school event

Iraqi-German men walk free despite stabbing of cop during family fight at back-to-school event

A group of Iraqi-German adults broke into a violent brawl at a back-to-school gathering in a German town. 18 police
Taliban revokes months-long ban on Red Cross in Afghanistan

Taliban revokes months-long ban on Red Cross in Afghanistan

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) will again be able to operate in the part of Afghanistan under
Trump says Osama Bin Laden’s son was killed in US operation

Trump says Osama Bin Laden’s son was killed in US operation

US President Donald Trump has confirmed that the son of Osama Bin Laden, Hamza, was killed in a US “counterterrorism
US Navy carrier strike group is weirdly deploying without its aircraft carrier after it broke down

US Navy carrier strike group is weirdly deploying without its aircraft carrier after it broke down

Ships from the Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group are deploying without their carrier and accompanying air wing after the