A North Carolina man was sentenced to nine months in prison Monday for his part in an attempt to violently overthrow the West African government of Gambia, the Justice Department announced.
Iran alleges the companies — ranging from realty companies to gun makers — support terrorism, repression and Israel-led occupation of land Palestinians want for a future state.
A senior British counterterrorism officer said Monday there was “no evidence” Westminster attacker Khalid Masood was connected to the Islamic State or al-Qaida.
A former British attorney general has said that arming all police officers in the Westminster area may not be a solution to preventing another terror attack in the bustling London district.
British authorities on Thursday identified the man accused of a bloody attack in London that claimed the life of an American citizen and two others Wednesday.
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the terror attack in London yesterday that left three people dead and 29 injured.
The Ontario government in Canada is asking police chiefs to ask their officers to stop wearing ‘assault gloves’ until they are classified as either protection or weapons.
The European Union parliament voted to toughen Europe’s gun laws this week, closing loopholes said to have been exploited by terrorists in France.
A letter bomb exploded at the International Monetary Fund office in Paris Thursday, and has injured the employee who opened it.
Spanish police announced Tuesday the seizure of 10,000 guns authorities say would have eventually been sold to organized crime and terrorist groups.