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9/11 Conspiracy Theories Debunked

Countless conspiracy theories have circulated in the wake of 9/11, the day when terrorists hijacked planes and attacked the World Trade Center in New York twenty years ago. By David Oswald, RMIT University; Erica Kuligowski, RMIT University, and Kate Nguyen,...

Stripped Woman Shouting “Allahu Akbar” on Larnaca-Manchester Flight

A Jet2 flight from Larnaca to Manchester was diverted when a woman stripped to her underwear and ran to the cockpit shouting "Allahu Akbar."

The Greek Teacher Who Was Kidnapped by the Taliban

In October 2019 Greek teacher Thanasis Lerounis was kidnapped by the Taliban in a welfare center for the Kalash people in Pakistan

US Warns of Al Qaeda Retaliation After Zawahiri Killing

The US has warned Americans traveling abroad that they face an increased risk of violence after the US announced the killing of Ayman al Zawahiri, the chief of Al-Qaeda. His killing in a drone strike in Kabul over the weekend...

Turkey Admits Sending ISIS Terrorists to the West

Turkey admitted openly on Wednesday that it sent "thousands" of ISIS terrorists to the West. "We have sent thousands of members of the Daesh (ISIS) terrorist organization to the West because they transferred them to conflict zones," Soylu said. "They...

Greece Confiscates Nearly 100,000 Pills of Captagon, the “Jihadist’s Drug”

Authorities in Greece confiscated nearly 100,000 pills of the drug Captagon, which has been linked to ISIS fighters in Syria, on the island of Rhodes on Monday. Port authority officers found 44 plastic bags filled to the brim with the...

Christian Churches in Jerusalem Warn of Attacks by Radical Groups

Each year, Christians from all over the world travel to the Holy Land to experience Christmas in the place where Jesus walked -- but now, religious leaders are warning that there could be attacks this year in Christian churches...

Otoniel, Colombia’s Most-wanted Drug Lord Since Pablo Escobar, is Captured

Dairo Antonio Úsuga David, known by the alias of "Otoniel", who was the head of the organized armed group clan del Golfo and the most-wanted drug lord in Colombia, was captured on Sunday, October 23, in Cerro el Yoki...

Video Appears to Show Iraqi National Arrested in Greece With ISIS

A video featuring images of ISIS fighters released by the New York Times allegedly shows the Iraqi national arrested in Athens, Greece on Monday on suspicion of being a member of the terrorist group. The video, released in 2014, details...

Suspected Member of ISIS Arrested in Greece

Police in Greece arrested on Monday in Athens an Iraqi national who has been charged with being a member of the Islamic terrorist group, ISIS. Following a tip-off from another country, which was not identified, Greek authorities traced the 34-year-old...

Taliban Declares Executions Will Resume in Afghanistan

The Taliban said on Thursday that it will be using executions as a form of punishment in Afghanistan once more. Mullah Nooruddin Turabi, one of the founders of the terrorist organization and perhaps its strictest enforcer of the group's interpretation...

Metropolis of San Francisco Sends Message of Hope for September 11

The Greek Orthodox Metropolis of San Francisco sent a message of hope and pray on the September 11 Remembrance Day, on the 20th anniversary of the tragedy

St. Nicholas Shrine Illuminated on 20th Anniversary of 9/11

The St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church--located just across the street from Ground Zero--was destroyed ruing the terrorist attacks on 9/11. Now, 20 years later, it has been rebuilt to include a shrine and memorial to the tragedy. The church...

Taliban Announces Hardline Interim Government

The Taliban announced the formation of a hardline interim government for Afghanistan on Tuesday, with some main posts taken by veterans of the militant group and their allies in the Haqqani Network, based in North Waziristan, Pakistan. A Taliban spokesman...

Afghan Interpreter “Going to Die for a Good Thing” for Helping US

An Afghan interpreter who helped US forces in Afghanistan has accepted that he likely will not be evacuated from the country and is going to die, but does not regret sacrificing his life for doing "a good thing," he...