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France mulls fines for wearing a burka in public

No veiled threat - France mulls fines for wearing a burka in public

BY JOE ELLINGHAM
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER

Friday, January 8th 2010, 12:21 PM

4 arrested in plot to bomb NYC temple

By ASSOCIATED PRESS | Thursday, May 21, 2009

Police scheme identifies 180 children as potential Islamic extremists

Police scheme identifies 180 children as potential Islamic extremists

One hundred and eighty schoolchildren across Britain have been identified as potential Islamic extremists
Aidan Jones

Islam teachers survey in Austria

1 in 5 Muslim teachers ´fanatical´

Muslim teachers in Austria have largely anti-democratic beliefs and one in five are "fanatical".

Belgium detains al-Qaeda suspects

Belgium detains al-Qaeda suspects

Belgian police say they have detained 14 people suspected of being members of the al-Qaeda network.

Mumbai rocked by deadly attacks

Mumbai rocked by deadly attacks

Gunmen have carried out a series of co-ordinated attacks across the Indian city of Mumbai (Bombay), killing at least 80 people and injuring 200 more.

Former MI5 chief Stella Rimington claims 9/11 response was 'huge overreaction'

Response to 9/11 was 'huge overreaction' - ex-MI5 chief

Richard Norton-Taylor

The Guardian, Saturday October 18 2008

India on alert as bombers sought

India on alert as bombers sought

Police checks are being carried out at key sites across the country

Al-Qa'eda 'is planning to attack Euro 2008'

Al-Qa'eda 'is planning to attack Euro 2008'

Police is Switzerland have warned that al-Qa'eda sympathisers could be planning a terrorist strike on the Euro 2008 football championships.

AP

Al-Qaeda deputy calls for attacks

There have been several al-Qaeda messages in the last week
An audio message attributed to al-Qaeda's deputy leader, Ayman Zawahiri, has called for attacks on American and Israeli interests.

News of the existence of Austrian tourists kidnapped in Algeria

Algerian-Nahar newspaper reported that Austrian tourists who said Al-Qaeda organization in the country that Morocco Islamic abduction in Tunisia last month are in Algeria.

US seeks terrorists in web worlds

By Chris Vallance
Reporter, BBC iPM

Experts say terror groups are unlikely to use games such as World of Warcraft

Nato fears over Dutch Islam film

Nato fears over Dutch Islam film

The film has been condemned by several Muslim countries

Six nabbed in Norway, Sweden in 'terrorism' swoop: police

Six nabbed in Norway, Sweden in 'terrorism' swoop: police

Sri Lanka bus bombing injures 18

Sri Lanka bus bombing injures 18

No-one has claimed responsibility for the attack

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