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Archaeological Site Attacked by ISIS

ISIS has continuously made a point to seize all control of the Middle East through violent acts such as executions and invasions, but on Thursday the group ravaged numerous historical and cultural structures located in the ancient city of  140 more words

Sinai residents feel betrayed by Egyptian media

“You’re supporting terrorism,” the man said before he realized the cruelty of his accusation. “There are traitors in Sinai,” added the retired major general affiliated with the Egyptian liberal parties. 1,088 more words

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U.S. actually backs al Qaeda rebels in Syria

It’s surprising how little of the “war on terror” has been directed against the actual killers who attacked the United States on Sept. 11, 2001. 272 more words

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Privacy Commissioner warns all Canadians would be trapped in anti-terror legislation's 'web'

Canada’s privacy watchdog has delivered a scathing critique of the Conservative government’s sweeping anti-terror law, calling the proposed legislation “excessive” and raising concerns “all Canadians would be caught in this web.” 480 more words


The untold story of Musa Cerantonio

A SWAT team smashed through the front door of Robert ‘Musa’ Cerantonio’s two bedroom apartment in Cebu, Philippines. It was July 11, 2014, and Cerantonio watched on as officers, without a warrant, searched through his personal belongings, took his money, and eventually arrested him. 1,665 more words


Why We Should Talk to Terrorists

Last night I went along to a public lecture by Jonathan Powell at LSE. It was called Why We Should Talk to Terrorists and was discussing people’s reticence to engage in conversation with terrorists and his own experience of negotiating with various terrorist organisations, most notably the IRA. 1,605 more words

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