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Life in National Front town: More police, cuts in programs
The poor town of Beaucaire in southern France offers a glimpse of life under the far-right National Front
Chinese jihadis' rise in Syria raises concerns at home
Concern is increasing in Beijing over thousands of Chinese jihadis who have come to Syria since the country's civil war began in March 2011 to fight against government forces and their allies
Egypt court sentences lawyer to 10 years for Facebook posts
An Egyptian criminal court has sentenced a rights lawyer to 10 years in prison and five years of house arrest and a social media ban for using Facebook to "destabilize the general order" and "harm national unity and social peace."
The revival of Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf
When Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf arrived earlier this month in Michigan for a speaking engagement, only a week had passed since President Trump announced a travel ban against immigrants and refugees from seven predominantly Muslim countries. The action had sparked international protests, a clash between the
Feds Rule Fire That Destroyed Texas Mosque Arson; $30K Reward Offered
Authorities have determined a fire that destroyed a Texas mosque was intentional but stopped short of calling it a bias crime , an official for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and Explosives (ATF) said today. On Jan. 28, the Victoria Police Department responded to a fire at the mosque
After Fire Destroys Texas Mosque, Donations Pour In to Help Rebuild
Just days after a fire destroyed a mosque in Victoria, Texas, a GoFundMe page set up by a mosque member has raised nearly $1 million to help rebuild the mosque -- a response the congregation's president called shocking and "beautiful." The fire at the Islamic Center of Victoria was reported around
At Least 6 Killed in Terror Attack at Quebec Mosque
At least eight worshippers were also injured during what Canadian PM Justin Trudeau called "a terrorist attack."
'Star Wars' and the Power of Costume at the Denver Art Museum
ABC News' Clayton Sandell tours the exhibit that includes real costumes used in the 'Star Wars' films, from Amidala to Yoda.
What to Know About ISIS Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
U.S.-backed Iraqi and Kurdish forces press forward in their efforts to release Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq , from its two-year long occupation by ISIS. At the same time, U.S. officials have indicated that a second front against the terror group’s administrative capital in Syria -- Raqqa