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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.

Arrest of Semion Mogilevich in Moscow

Russia's most notorious mafia boss arrested in Moscow

Luke Harding in Moscow
Friday January 25, 2008
Guardian Unlimited

Interview with Semion Mogalevich "Semion Mogilevich"

INTERVIEW WITH SEMION MOGALEVICH- BY TOM MANGOLD- 12.10.99 for BBC PANORAMA.

MANGOLD-Can I ask you first of all how would you describe yourself,
professionally?

EU far-right groups to form supranational party

EU far-right groups to form party

The four leaders said they already were in talks with other EU parties

A cyberattack has caused a power blackout in multiple cities

A cyberattack has caused a power blackout in multiple cities outside the United States, the CIA has warned.

Qaeda network expands base in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Qaeda network accused by Pakistan's government of killing the opposition leader Benazir Bhutto is increasingly made up not of foreign fighters but of homegrown Pakistani milit

Call for papers "The influence of transnational terrorist and criminal organisations on the state and on the society"

The HUMSEC Journal aims to widen the discussion on the issue of human security in general and in particular on the impact of transnational terrorist and criminal organizations on the peace-building pr

France holds 'al-Qaeda suspects'

France holds 'al-Qaeda suspects'

French police are questioning five men suspected of links to al-Qaeda's branch in Algeria, reports from France say.

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