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IED found in Ireland McDonald's

Bombs left in baby-changing room

The devices were found in a McDonald's outlet
Two fire bombs have been found in a baby-changing room in a fast food outlet, police have said.

Xenophobic clashes in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (CNN) -- Police armed with rubber bullets were patrolling neighborhoods in Johannesburg on Tuesday in an effort to quell a recent spree of violence aimed at foreigners that

Sabotage incident in Swedish nuclear plant - updated

Swedish nuclear suspects released

The nuclear plant accounts for 10% of Sweden's electricity production

'Highest Eta commander' arrested

'Highest Eta commander' arrested

Spanish media surrounded the building where the raid took place

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.

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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

Suicide bomb kills 40 in Pakistan

Suicide bomb kills 40 in Pakistan

Sunday's attack is Pakistan's third suicide bombing in as many days

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

Bomb kills top Hezbollah leader

Bomb kills top Hezbollah leader

Mughniyeh was wanted in connection with a series of attacks

Arab ministers attend anti-terrorism conference

TUNIS (AFP) - Arab interior ministers arrived in Tunisia Wednesday to debate how to cut off funding for extremist networks and improve frontier controls at a two-day conference.

Pakistani pupils 'held hostage' - updated

Pakistan child hostage drama ends

A group of armed men have released about 250 schoolchildren and teachers they were holding hostage in north-west Pakistan, government officials say.

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