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|IS gas canister plot spurred by group of women|
A teen who pledged allegiance to IS stabbed a cop and was shot in the leg Thursday evening in a raid south of Paris
-1 points by The Detroit News | Paris France Police 1998 FIFA World Cup Notre Dame de Paris Saint-Denis Stade de France Extremism
|British spooks delete 1,000 extremist videos weekly – still can’t keep up with propagandists |
Extremist material is spreading online at such a fast rate, UK security services are unable to keep up, Home Secretary Amber Rudd has admitted. Read Full Article at RT.com
135 points by Russia Today | Terrorism Google Internet Twitter Social media Internet forum MySpace Extremism
|Couple held after gas canisters found near Paris' Notre Dame|
PARIS — A criminal terrorist investigation was opened in Paris on Wednesday following the discovery of a car parked near Notre Dame Cathedral with seven gas canisters and pages written in Arabic inside, prosecutors said.The Paris prosecutor's office said a couple it described as radicalized —a 34-year-old man and a 29-year-old woman— was arrested a day earlier in a highway rest area near the southern town of Orange and transferred to Paris to be questioned in the case.
2 points by Boston Herald | Paris Notre Dame de Paris Arrest Seine Criminal law Prosecutor Extremism Prosecutors
|London attacker was cheerful, joking on eve of rampage|
Long before his short stints in jail turned into years behind bars, Khalid Masood was known as Adrian Elms, with a reputation for drinking and an unpredictable temper. At least twice he was convicted of violent crimes, well before he stabbed a police officer to death Wednesday with a motion one...
-1 points by Chicago Tribune | Terrorism Islam Attack! Attack Moazzam Begg Violence Police Extremism
|MI5 launches inquiry into whether it could have prevented Westminster terrorist attack|
Britain’s domestic intelligence agency MI5 has launched an internal inquiry into whether it could have stopped Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood – an ex-convict who it investigated in the past, but had dropped off its radar. Read Full Article at RT.com
7 points by Russia Today | Attack Attack! Security Extremism MI5 Scotland Yard Police Special Branch
|London attack puts Europe on alert over terror|
Countries across Europe tightened security Thursday as investigators in London identified a 52-year-old British-born Muslim man as the attacker who carried out Wednesday's rampage on Westminster Bridge and the grounds of Parliament. Authorities said Khalid Masood, who lived in the British city of Birmingham, had a history of criminal convictions ...
1 points by The Washington Times | Terrorism Attack Extremism United Kingdom Attack! Islam Police London
|Opinion: Attack was long overdue|
Wednesday's attack on London was expected, planned for, and in the view of many, a long time coming.
-1 points by CNN | Extremism Terrorism Prevention Radicalization Attack Security Counter-terrorism Certified first responder
|Combating the terrorism we fear, without a ban or a list|
An intervention that could have saved a Colorado security officer from an act of religious extremism teetered on the brink, but President Donald Trump's travel ban wouldn't have tipped the scale.
29 points by The Denver Post | Extremism Radicalization Attack Donald Trump Mosque Islam Police Attack!
|UN urges more airline passenger info in anti-terror fight|
UNITED NATIONS (AP) - The U.N. political chief on Tuesday urged the world's nations to share information about airline passengers as part of a stepped up response to the growth of "transnational terrorism" sparked by the Islamic State group's expanding areas of attack. Jeffrey Feltman also told the U.N. Security ...
1 points by The Washington Times | United States United Nations United Nations Security Council United Nations Charter Secretary-General of the United Nations Extremism United Nations General Assembly Republic of China
|2 mortar rounds hit near voting site day before Somalia vote|
MOGADISHU, Somalia — Two mortar rounds fired by suspected extremists hit near Mogadishu's international airport Tuesday night, close to the heavily guarded venue where Somalia's presidential election will be held on Wednesday, police said.There were no immediate reports of deaths, Capt. Mohamed Hussein said.Separately, residents in a town outside Mogadishu said suspected al-Shabab extremists launched an attack on an African Union military base there.
-2 points by Boston Herald | African Union Somalia Mogadishu Transitional Federal Government Extremism Madagascar Somali Civil War African diaspora
|FSB promotes greater cooperation between state & business over data security|
A senior representative of Russia’s Federal Security Service says the agency has prepared a bill to put additional responsibility on businesses that own critical elements of the national data structure, adding the state alone cannot guarantee protection. Read Full Article at RT.com
67 points by Russia Today | Vladimir Putin Security National security Data management United Russia Extremism Boris Yeltsin Information security
|London & Portsmouth Britain’s most fertile terrorist recruiting grounds – US military report|
Terrorist recruiters in Europe have been focusing their energies on London and the southern English city of Portsmouth to find new fighters, a study from the US military shows. Read Full Article at RT.com
227 points by Russia Today | Terrorism London Gatwick Airport London Islam Extremism World's busiest airports by passenger traffic Radicalization Hamas
|Germany Arrests Teenage Refugee With Islamic State Link|
German police arrested a 16 year-old Syrian refugee with connections to Islamic State, the latest in a series of arrests of suspected radical Islamists and terrorists in the country.
37 points by The Wall Street Journal | Terrorism Refugee Australia Islam Extremism Europe France Arrest
|Hasina urges global leaders to create space for empowering women for sustainable future|
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has pitched for empowering women for a better future saying it's also crucial to prevent violent extremism.
-1 points by | Prime minister Gender role Cabinet Gender Westminster system Government ministers Extremism Constitutional monarchy
|Pentagon says Raqqa strike kills Islamic State information minister|
WASHINGTON — A U.S. airstrike this month killed a senior Islamic State militant who oversaw the extremist group’s information and propaganda activities, the Pentagon said Friday.
-1 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Iraq War Syria Al-Qaeda Soviet Union Washington D.C. Extremism September 11 attacks United States Department of Defense
|‘Extremist’ children under 10 referred to UK de-radicalization programs daily|
Efforts to stem Islamic and far-right extremism in the UK have led to children under the age of 10 being referred to government de-radicalization programs on an almost daily basis, new figures show. Read Full Article at RT.com
-1 points by Russia Today | Extremism Human rights Terrorism Jihad Al-Qaeda Islam Islamic terrorism 7 July 2005 London bombings
|Prosecutor: Women behind failed Paris attack guided by Syria|
A cell of young women behind a thwarted attack near Notre Dame Cathedral were radicalized by the Islamic State group and guided by commanders in Syria, the Paris prosecutor said Friday.
2 points by The Denver Post | Paris France Police Extremism 1998 FIFA World Cup Notre Dame de Paris Black-and-white films Stade de France
|Gang of ISIS women were behind failed Notre Dame attack|
PARIS — A failed attack involving a car loaded with gas canisters near Notre Dame Cathedral was spearheaded by a group of women that included a 19-year-old whose written pledge of allegiance to the Islamic State group was found by police, a security official said Friday. The teen, Ines Madani, stabbed a police officer with...
983 points by New York Post | Paris France Police 1998 FIFA World Cup Notre Dame de Paris Saint-Denis Stade de France Extremism
|Islamic State gas canister plot at Notre Dame was spurred by a group of women|
A failed attack involving a car loaded with gas canisters near Notre Dame Cathedral was spearheaded by a group of women that included a 19-year-old whose written pledge of allegiance to the Islamic State group was found by police, a security official said Friday. The teen, Ines Madani, stabbed...
682 points by Los Angeles Times | Paris France Police Notre Dame de Paris Extremism Stade de France Nuclear weapon Caliphate