The first explosion went off as a crowded tram pulled into a stop injuring five passengers. Local authorities say it was caused by a bomb planted in a nearby rubbish bin.
A report that Norway’s bomb and gun rampage may be the work of a far-right militant confronts Europe with the possibility that a new paramilitary threat is emerging, a decade after al Qaeda’s September 11 attacks.
Former Philadelphia Eagles star Jon Runyan is one of the few people in Congress to see the Osama Bin Laden death photos.
Officers will start random bag inspections on the sprawling Washington subway system, the Washington Metro Transit Police said on Thursday, a week after a man was arrested for making bomb threats to the rail system.
If the device had not been removed from the aircraft, the activation could have occurred over the eastern seaboard of the U.S.
People in the United States, Britain and India see war and terrorism as the top global challenges while Chinese are more worried about climate change, according to a poll commissioned by King’s College London.
Britain’s advertising watchdog said on Wednesday it had banned a police advertisement encouraging people to report neighbors whose activities raised “suspicions,” saying it could offend innocent citizens.
Chemists with the United States military have developed a set of ultra-strength cleaners that could be used in the aftermath of a terrorist attack. The new formulas are tough enough to get rid of nerve gas, mustard gas, radioactive isotopes, and anthrax. But they are also non-toxic, based on ingredients found in foods, cosmetics, and other consumer products. A detailed evaluation of the cleansers appears in ACS’ Industrial Engineering and Chemistry Research, a bi-monthly journal.
A New York man accused of helping al Qaeda with computer systems and cash was denied bail on Monday in a New York court.
New York police closed off part of Times Square in Midtown Manhattan for a short time on Friday to investigate a suspicious package that turned out to be an abandoned lunch box.