The Nigerian cities of Yola and Kano were rocked by two bomb blasts in 24 hours, killing dozens of people and wounding more than 120 others. One of the attacks involved an 11-year-old girl, the report says.
Three people were killed and over 100 people were taken hostage at an international hotel in Mali, West Africa, BBC News reports.
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).
President Barack Obama on Monday pledged solidarity with France after explosives and gunfire killed more than 120 people last week in Paris in coordinated terror attacks claimed by ISIS.
As the world recovers from the terrorist attacks that took place in Paris last week, ISIS is already posing new threats. The terror group released a new video Monday that indicates they are looking to plot an attack on Washington D.C.
ANTALYA, Turkey (AP) — President Barack Obama on Monday firmly rejected calls for a shift in U.S. strategy against the Islamic State following the Paris…
President Barack Obama addressed his GOP critics at the G20 Turkey Leaders Summit Monday, telling them not to “pop off” over his handling of Syrian refugees…
According to officials, Salah Abdeslam, one of the individuals who helped orchestrate the deadly attacks in Paris on Friday, was reportedly located inside a building in a suburban town in Belgium.