Terrorist ringleader Abdelhamid Abaaoud was reportedly seen in the Parisian suburb Saint-Denis going to mosque in the hours leading up to the raid.
“The enemies of humanity will never win. Hand in hand, we will rid our land of terrorism.” ~ Pres @MBuhari — President Buhari (@NGRPresident) November 17, 2015 An explosion blamed on terrorist organization Boko Haram rocked Yola, capital of Nigeria’s Adamawa state, on Tuesday, killing an estimated 32 people and injuring 80 others, the Associated Press reports. According to […]
Boko Haram has surpassed the number of fatalities claimed by the Islamic State (formerly known as ISIS).
*Imagine your cellphone saving your life. And not because you called 911 on it. Because you had it at your ear and it caught the bullet meant for your head. One man caught up in the catastrophic events in Paris this past week says if it wasn’t for his cellphone, he’d be dead now. Going … Continue reading Watch: Black Man in Paris Says His Head Would’ve ‘Exploded’ If Not for His Cellphone →
PARIS (AP) — As police launched an international manhunt for a key suspect in the Paris attacks on Sunday, French officials told The Associated Press…
UPDATE 6 p.m. EST: There are reports of attacks in six more locations throughout Paris in addition to the three confirmed at Bataclan Concert Hall, Le Carillon restaurant and Petit Cambodge Restaurant. French President Francois Hollande has closed the borders and military is being deployed around Paris. A state of emergency has been declared. Hostages are … Continue reading Chaos in Paris: Bombs Explode in Multiple Locations, At Least 60 Dead →
*(NYTimes Via MSN News) – President François Hollande on Saturday blamed the Islamic State for the terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday, as the death toll rose to 129 victims, with 300 others hospitalized, 80 of them in critical condition. He declared three days of national mourning, and said that military troops would patrol the … Continue reading Paris Update: An ‘Act of War’ (by ISIS) Says Hollande →
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