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Belgium: Unlikely Hotbed for Terror in Europe
Just a day before explosions in Brussels killed more than 30 people and injured at least three Americans, top Belgian officials knew they were in trouble. “We are far from putting the puzzle together,” Belgian prosecutor Frederic Van Leeuw told reporters Monday morning, hours after authorities
President Obama Condemns Brussels Attacks
The president expressed his solidarity with the Belgian people after a series of attacks left at least 31 dead.
Security Experts Analyze Impact of Brussels Terror Attacks
Former National Counterterrorism Center Director Matthew Olsen and former White House Counterterrorism Adviser Richard Clarke discuss terrorism threats in Europe.
Counterterrorism Experts Address Terror Threats Abroad
Former National Counterterrorism Center Director Matthew Olsen and former White House Counterterrorism Adviser Richard Clarke discuss terror threats in Europe.
Multiple Explosion Rock Brussels Airport and a City Metro Station.
Two blasts at the airport and another at a metro station have been reported.
Donald Trump Ties Man Arrested at Rally to ISIS With Apparently Doctored Video
Donald Trump apparently used a doctored video to allege the suspect accused of rushing on the stage at his rally in Ohio had ties to ISIS. Thomas Dimassimo was arrested and charged Saturday with disorderly conduct and inducing panic after the incident. He had hopped over a guardrail and was grabbed
Former White House Terrorism Czar Remarks on Paris Attacks
Richard Clarke and the co-hosts discuss the deadly attacks in Paris and the increase in security.
Richard Clarke : ISIS is 'Much Bigger Threat' Than We 'Ever Faced' with Al Qaeda
ABC News' Brian Ross, Martha Raddatz, and former counterterrorism advisor to the White House, Richard Clarke, discuss the threat of ISIS on "This Week."
Paris Attacks: ISIS Has New External Operations Unit, Officials Say
ISIS has developed a specific group within its organization dedicated to launching terrorist attacks abroad, like the one the claimed more than 100 lives in Paris, U.S. officials told ABC News. "There is a specific unit on the organization charts of ISIS for external attacks, for planning and
Paris Attacks: Vulnerable Targets
U.S. terror experts discuss the danger of terror groups focusing on so-called "soft targets," like the Paris concert hall.