When a man threatened to blow up a hospital in Iraq

Saturday, 19 August 2017

A man threatened to detonate a grenade at a hospital in Iraq’s Dhi Qar governorate on Monday unless he was allowed to visit his ill father. The police said the man was drunk and that he claimed he was affiliated with a Popular Mobilization faction. We have become accustomed to accusing someone of being drunk, taking drugs or suffering from a mental illness to explain abnormal behavior. Whether the man was drunk or not, the most important point is that attacks on healthcare institutions and ...

Adnan Hussein

Egypt stocks fall following church bombings

Sunday, 9 April 2017

Egyptian stocks fell on Sunday, hurt by bomb blasts in the country, while most other Middle East stock markets also ended lower as geopolitical tensions weighed on investor sentiment. Some of the Middle East markets started the day in positive territory as higher oil prices briefly offset concerns about a US missile strike on a Syrian air base, but lost momentum as the day progressed. The Egyptian index closed 1.55 percent lower with Commercial International Bank Egypt down 1.5 percent and ...

Militants launch car bomb, gun attack on Somali police base, ten dead

Sunday, 31 July 2016

A suicide attacker rammed a car bomb into the gates of the headquarters of Somalia’s Criminal Investigation Department (CID) in the capital Mogadishu

Frustrated Iraqis want crackdown on sleeper cells

Monday, 4 July 2016

After deadly blasts in Baghdad, Abadi ordered fake devices supposedly detecting bombs to be replaced by efficient detectors

Canadian court hands over Iran assets to terror victims’ families

Saturday, 11 June 2016

The judgment awards a reported $13 million to families of Americans who died in eight bombings or hostage-takings

Belgium releases video footage of 3rd airport suspect

Monday, 28 March 2016

The footage shows the man wearing a hat and white jacket pushing a trolley with a large bag through the departure hall

Baghdad blasts’ death toll rises to 70

Sunday, 28 February 2016

The attack in Sadr City, which killed at least 33 people, was earlier claimed by ISIS

ISIS bombs rock Syria as world powers seek truce

Monday, 22 February 2016

The blasts came as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said that a ‘provisional agreement’ has been reached on a cessation of hostilities

Turkey detains three Russians in anti-ISIS raid after bombing

Wednesday, 13 January 2016

The attack, which also wounded 15 other people, including Germans, a Norwegian man and a Peruvian woman, was the latest in a string of attacks

French man saved from Paris blast by phone

Saturday, 14 November 2015

The man showed the cameras his Samsung cellphone, which had a shattered screen and back

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