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Four bombings on Friday left six dead
“We strongly condemn the terrorist attacks that took place in Egypt today,” the State Department said
Egyptian artists in Luxor for the film festival felt it was necessary to take a stand and denounce the bombings that took place in the capital, Cairo.
One of the worst-hit neighbourhoods was Shaab in north Baghdad, where two car bombs exploded in a commercial area, killing five people and wounding at least 17.
Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis has claimed responsibility for attacks on military buildings and police forces
“The pandemonium in Syria, Libya, and Egypt, are like a hothouse for al Qaeda,” says CIA analyst Bruce Riedel
Both Washington and London pulled out diplomatic personnel from Sanaa on Tuesday, citing intelligence reports of an imminent AQAP attack
Interior Minister Muammer Guler told NTV news channel that the death toll has risen to 40 and that 100 people were wounded, of whom 29 are in serious condition.
The twenty-six defendants attempted to ‘overthrow the regime’
Following the deadliest month in two years, more attacks target Shi’a districts in Iraq
By Kareem Raheem / Reuters BAGHDAD: More than 20 bombs hit cities and towns across Iraq on Thursday, killing at least 36 and wounding more than 100, police and hospital sources said, raising fears of sectarian strife in a country keen to show it can now maintain security. In Baghdad, three car bombs, two roadside …