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Islamic State poses a growing threat to Southeast Asia
Southeast Asia's jihadis who fought by the hundreds for the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria now have a different battle closer to home in the southern Philippines. And Washington is getting very concerned
IS threat in Southeast Asia raises alarm in Washington
Jihadists from Southeast Asia who fought by the hundreds for the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria now have a different battle closer to home in the southern Philippines
A New York Cop Remembers 9/11, Worries About Another Attack
Nicholas Casale is a retired New York City police detective, former deputy director of counterterrorism for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and an ABC News contributor. This week I returned to Ground Zero for the 15th Anniversary of 9/11. Standing on the promenade I got the sense that
State Department Adds ISIS Names in Multi-Million Dollar Catch-a-Terrorist Program
The State Department is offering a sum of $20 million for information that leads to the capture of four Islamic State group leaders. The amounts announced Tuesday under the Rewards for Justice Program include $7 million for information on 'Abd al-Rahman Mustafa al-Qaduli; up to $5 million each for
Terror Convict Completes Sentence, But Former Feds Warn Against Deporting Him
It’s an ironic notion: The U.S. government could put national security at risk in certain cases not by failing to go after terrorism suspects, but by going after them too aggressively. That’s the concern of former law enforcement officials who were shocked to hear that a Somali immigrant who
Read an Excerpt of Ali Soufan's Book 'The Black Banners'
Excerpted from The Black Banners: The Inside Story of 9/11 and the War Against al-Qaeda by Ali H. Soufan with Daniel Freedman. Copyright © 2011 by Ali H. Soufan. With permission of the publisher, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. Prologue So it is said that...
World Trade Center Bombing Remembered 20 Years Later
Six people died in 1993 when terrorists detonated a truck bomb in the building's garage.
Abdulmutallab: "Proud to Kill in the Name of God"
Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, who tried to bring down Northwest flight 253 over Detroit on Christmas Day 2009 with an underwear bomb, said he was was "proud to kill in the name of God" before he was sentenced to multiple life sentences today in a Detroit courtroom. "Today is a day of victory and God
9:00am to 10:00am
We are dealing purely in the realm of speculation here as to what may have happened that the World Trade Center. Obviously a major incident occurred here on the upper floors of one of the World Trade Center towers you can see multiple openings. And flames coming out of at least two sides of the
3:00pm to 4:00pm
And there a couple of new pieces of information to about. The the flights in question that we have been so focused on today in it in them in the face of American flight eleven. This was the one that first crash into the trade towers this morning at 8:48 just before 9 o'clock this morning. ABC's