At least 27 people were killed after two gunmen attacked, on Friday 06/26/2015, the first Friday of Ramadan, a beach, the Imperial Marhaba hotel and a neighbor hotel in the Tunisian city of Sousse, an interior ministry official told… Continue reading
A suicide bomber, on Wednesday 06/10/2015, blew himself up near Egypt’s ancient Karnak temple in the southern city of Luxor, security sources said, a possible sign that militants are shifting focus to target the country’s economic recovery that is… Continue reading
Armed men have killed, on 03/18/2015, seven tourists and a Tunisian citizen in an attack on a museum in Tunisia’s capital Tunis, according the Interior Ministry spokesperson.
“There are eight victims”, including “seven foreigners”, Mohamed Ali Aroui, the… Continue reading
Al Qaeda leader Ayman Al Zawahiri has urged his followers to strike inside the US to "bleed America economically, according to a message posted on a website frequently used by the group on 09/13/2013.
Egyptian officials said, on Saturday 08/31/2013, they have foiled an attack on a container ship which was aimed at disrupting shipping in the busy, stratigic Suez Canal. Continue reading
Heavily armed Taliban gunmen stormed, on Friday 06/22/2012, a lakeside hotel near Kabul, sending terrified guests jumping from windows or into a lake to try to escape the onslaught. Continue reading
The US state department has placed, on Thursday 06/07/2012, seven top leaders of the Somalia-based al-Shabab armed group on its wanted list, offering up to $33m for tip-offs to aid the hunt for the men. Continue reading
The US, on 12/22/2011, has offered a reward of $10m for information leading to the arrest of Ezedin Abdel Aziz Khalil they say is a key Al Qaeda facilitator and financier. Continue reading
A section of pipeline carrying gas from Egypt to Israel and Jordan has been blown up, the sixth time, in northern Sinai Peninsula, Egypt, on Wednesday 11/09/2011 night. Continue reading
14 former Afghan Taliban leaders have been removed from an international blacklist by the UN Security Council, sources said on Saturday 07/16/2011. Continue reading