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  1. Myanmar’s armed Rohingya militants deny terrorist links

    Abc27.com - World 03.28 / 17:29 abc27.com
    BANGKOK (AP) — An armed militant group fighting Myanmar’s government on behalf of the country’s Muslim Rohingya minority has issued a state…
  2. Myanmar’s armed Rohingya militants deny terrorist links

    Madison-press.com - Madison 03.28 / 17:26 www.madison-press.com
    BANGKOK (AP) — An armed militant group fighting Myanmar’s government on behalf of the country’s Muslim Rohingya minority has issued a statement asserting its right to self-defense and denying links to any terrorist group. The statement, dated March 29 but released Tuesday through overseas sympathizers, is the first public announcement issued in the name of […
  3. How terrorists use encrypted messaging apps to plot, recruit and attack

    NYPost-Tech 03.28 / 17:16 nypost.com
    The invention of the smartphone has changed the way we communicate forever. But it has also allowed extremists to spread terror across the world like never before. For the first time in human history, fanatics can instantly talk to each other using software that scrambles their messages so no one else can read them.…
  4. Myanmar's armed Rohingya militants deny terrorist links

    Billingsgazette.com - World 03.28 / 16:22 billingsgazette.com
    BANGKOK (AP) — An armed militant group fighting Myanmar's government on behalf of the country's Muslim Rohingya minority has issued a statement asserting its right to self-defense and denying links to any terrorist g…
  5. Joe Bennett: Every time we suffer the indignity of security searches, terrorists win

    Stuff.co.nz - Politics 03.28 / 16:20 www.stuff.co.nz
    OPINION: Lo, the undead. See how we shuffle. We don't know whether it is day or night. We just inch forward, following the one in front of us, leading the one behind us. We do not know each other's names. We are zombies, shorn of…
  6. Myanmar’s armed Rohingya militants deny terrorist links

    O.seattletimes.com - World 03.28 / 15:56 o.seattletimes.com
    BANGKOK (AP) — An armed militant group fighting Myanmar’s government on behalf of the country’s Muslim Rohingya minority has issued a statement asserting its right to self-defense and denying links to any terrorist group. The statement, released Tuesday through overseas sympathizers, is the first public announcement issued in the name of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation […
  7. Germany Nabs Taliban Terrorist Accused of Killing U.S. Soldiers

    Hamodia.com - World 03.28 / 14:22 hamodia.com
    German prosecutors said they arrested a 30-year-old Afghan man on suspicion he commanded a Taliban unit responsible for an attack on a convoy that killed 16 American and Afghan soldiers.… Read more » The post Germany Nabs Taliban Terrorist Accused of Killing U.S. Soldiers appeared first on Hamodia. In related news: Germany Arrests Russian Accused Joining IS in Syria Taliban Warns of Retaliation After Afghanistan Hangs Six Terrorists Afghan Official: Taliban Launch Attack on…
  8. No Negotiating With Terrorists, Especially American Terrorists

    Opednews.com - Politics 03.28 / 14:05 opednews.com
    U.S. terrorism expresses itself internationally as wars, regime changes, special operations missions, economic manipulation and interference, cyber and propaganda warfare, and is implemented with the forward-basing of troops and often outright military occupation of 140 countries. Much of this is the work of the CIA. We now have little choice. The CIA and all traces of it must be eradicated. "No negotiating with…
  9. 4 Ridiculous “Crimes” British Police Investigated Instead Of Preventing The Westminster Terrorist Attack

    Returnofkings.com - Lifestyle 03.28 / 13:24 returnofkings.com
    Frontline officers are being hamstrung by politically correct…
  10. UK Demands Encryption Backdoor As London Terrorist Used WhatsApp Before the Attack

    Thehackernews.com - Technology 03.28 / 13:23 thehackernews.com
    The government has once again started asking for backdoor in encrypted services, arguing that it can not give enough security to its citizens because the terrorists are using encrypted apps to communicate and plot an attack. Following last week's terrorist attack in London, the UK government is accusing technology firms to give terrorists "a place to hide," saying Intelligence agencies…
  11. 9/11 Was a Saud-U.S. Operation at the Top. Terrorists Were Pawns in It. The Cover-Up.

    Greanvillepost.com - U.S. 03.28 / 13:21 greanvillepost.com
    Dispatches from Eric Zuesse But all of these matters are actually part of a broader picture, which also will be explained and documented here:  . Why did U.S. President Barack Obama, who bowed down to KingContinue r…
  12. Bill would make, 'terroristic threats' against a cop a Class C felony

    Press release On a vote of 50-9, the Senate recently passed legislation which would heighten the punishment for anyone convicted of making a terroristic threat against a police officer.  The bill (S-1984) would make it a class C felony to make such threats against a law enforcement officer. Under current law, it is a class D felony to make terroristic threats against any individual.     “By the very nature of their work, police officers are frequently targets of these types of threats,” …
  13. Here’s why China is blocking attempts to designate JeM chief ‘global terrorist’

    Idrw.org - Military 03.28 / 12:53 idrw.org
    SOURCE: Hindustan Times Three days before China blocked the United Nations Security Council’s attempts to designate Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM)’s Maluana Masood Azhar as a global terrorist under the 1267 committee on December 30, 2016, representatives of Beijing, Moscow and Islamabad held a meeting on Afghanistan and raised Cain over looming threat of Islamic State (IS) over Kabul. […] The post Here’s why China is blocking attempts to designate JeM chief ‘global terrorist’ appeared first o…
  14. Presser on Destruction and Trafficking of Cultural Heritage by Terrorist Groups

    Europanewswire.com - World 03.28 / 12:46 europanewswire.com
    United Nations, New York, USA, 24 March 2017 – Director-General of UNESCO Irina Bokova during a Press encounter today at the UN Headquarters in New York after her Security Council Meeting. The Security Council unanimously adopted resolution 2347 (2017), condemning the unlawful destruction of cultural heritage in the context of armed conflicts, notably by terrorist groups. The resolution also requests Member States to take appropriate steps to prevent and counter the illicit trade and…
  15. Lott: What’s wrong with keeping out terrorists?

    Postbulletin.com - Minnesota (MN) 03.28 / 12:44 postbulletin.com
    Last week, government officials banned most carry-on electronic devices from U.S.-bound flights originating in more than a dozen Middle Eastern and African countries. The reason was due to an increase in terror…
  16. London Terrorist Sent Encrypted Message On WhatsApp Just Before Attack

    Newsy.com - World 03.28 / 12:41 newsy.com
    Watch VideoThe man who attacked U.K.'s Parliament reportedly sent a message on WhatsApp just minutes before the incident. Four people were killed and 50 others were injured before the attacker was shot and killed by police. The messaging service, which is owned by Facebook, uses end-to-end encryption so no one can intercept messages. For the company, it's a privacy measure.But there's no back door for the company or police to access those…
  17. London Terrorist Sent Encrypted Message On WhatsApp Just Before Attack

    Newsy.com - Technology 03.28 / 12:40 newsy.com
    Watch VideoThe man who attacked U.K.'s Parliament reportedly sent a message on WhatsApp just minutes before the incident. Four people were killed and 50 others were injured before the attacker was shot and killed by police. The messaging service, which is owned by Facebook, uses end-to-end encryption so no one can intercept messages. For the company, it's a privacy measure.But there's no back door for the company or police to access those…
  18. 7 Hizbul terrorists tasked to disrupt bypolls in Kashmir

    News.statetimes.in - Jammu & Kashmir 03.28 / 12:37 news.statetimes.in
    STATE TIMES NEWS SRINAGAR: Police on Monday claimed to have busted a module of the Hizbul Mujahideen by arresting seven suspected terrorists in Kashmir who were allegedly tasked to disrupt the upcoming Lok Sabha bypolls. The arrests were made in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district, 70 kms off here, ahead of bypolls in Anantnag and Srinagar […] The post 7 Hizbul terrorists tasked to disrupt bypolls in Kashmir appeared first on State…
  19. JK encounter: Terrorist neutralised, operation concludes in Budgam

    Sify.com - India 03.28 / 12:34 sify.com
    [India], Mar. 28(ANI): Security forces on Tuesday gunned down a terrorist here and also recovered a weapon from him, ending the encounter which began this morning.However, an Army jawan has been injured and two civilians have been killed during the gunbattle.Meanwhile, security forces have launched a combing operation to sweep the area, ensuring no untoward elements are still present.The encounter started around 6 a.m. after security forces launched cordon and search operation in the area…
  20. Budgam encounter ends; two civilians killed, terrorist gunned down, over 20 injured in gunfire

    Zeenews.india.com - India 03.28 / 12:34 zeenews.india.com
    The encounter going on between security forces and terrorists in Budgam in Jammu and Kashmir came to an end on Tuesday…