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  • Knifing attack at China railway station leaves 27 dead

    Knifing attack at China railway station leaves 27 dead
    SHANGHAI -- At least 27 people died and more than 100 were injured Saturday when a group of knife-wielding assailants attacked a railway station in southern China, state-run media reported. Gruesome photos of the scene in Kunming from a local TV news...
  • China: Mass stabbing attack in Kunming shows depth of Uighur conflict

    China: Mass stabbing attack in Kunming shows depth of Uighur conflict
    KUNMING, China — Deng Wei, his wife and 8-month-old baby were having dinner in a little restaurant in an alleyway next to this city’s main train station Saturday night when a man and a woman, both in black, came striding by, clutching large...
  • China's detention of Uighur professor Ilham Tohti worries U.S.

    China's detention of Uighur professor Ilham Tohti worries U.S.
    BEIJING -- The U.S. government and human rights activists are voicing concern about the detention of a professor who has been an outspoken advocate for China’s Uighur minority group.  Ilham Tohti’s home in Beijing was ransacked Wednesday...
  • NSA surveillance: What's changing, what isn't

    NSA surveillance: What's changing, what isn't
    WASHINGTON -- President Obama has proposed changes in how the National Security Agency and other U.S. intelligence bodies conduct surveillance and collect data. Here’s a summary of what he’s proposing to change and what’s staying the...
  • U.S. intelligence gathering not likely to change much

    U.S. intelligence gathering not likely to change much
    WASHINGTON — "I already won," Edward Snowden declared recently about the reaction to his disclosures of National Security Agency secrets. But as President Obama prepares to unveil new recommendations and rules for government surveillance in a...
  • Absent Hezbollah suspects on trial in killing of Lebanon's Hariri

    Absent Hezbollah suspects on trial in killing of Lebanon's Hariri
    Four fugitives linked to the Shiite Muslim Hezbollah militia went on trial in the Netherlands in absentia Thursday, facing terrorism and murder charges in the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. The trial before the United...
  • Afghanistan security at risk in U.S. pullout, official says

    Afghanistan security at risk in U.S. pullout, official says
    BRUSSELS — Security in Afghanistan would decrease steadily if all U.S. troops are withdrawn this year, a senior U.S. military official warned Thursday, two days after President Obama ordered the Pentagon to begin contingency planning for such a...
  • Terrorism trial to begin blocks from former World Trade Center

    Terrorism trial to begin blocks from former World Trade Center
    WASHINGTON — Weeks after he took office, President Obama met privately with 40 grieving Americans, many clutching photographs of loved ones lost in terrorist attacks. The new president told them he would be closing Guantanamo Bay military prison...
  • Car bombs kill 51 in Nigeria marketplace

    Car bombs kill 51 in Nigeria marketplace
    MAIDUGURI, Nigeria — Twin car-bomb blasts at a bustling marketplace killed at least 51 people in Maiduguri, the northeast Nigerian city that is the birthplace of Nigeria's Islamic extremist terrorist group, a Red Cross official said Sunday. Many...
  • Guantanamo Bay detainee pleads guilty in 2002 tanker bombing

    Guantanamo Bay detainee pleads guilty in 2002 tanker bombing
    WASHINGTON — A Guantanamo Bay prisoner who was a relative of one of the Sept. 11 hijackers pleaded guilty Thursday in the bombing attack of a French oil tanker off the coast of Yemen. Top military officials pointed to the plea as an example of the...
  • Accused Al Qaeda propagandist's lawyers say U.S. has the wrong man

    Accused Al Qaeda propagandist's lawyers say U.S. has the wrong man
    WASHINGTON — Days before his Sept. 11-related terrorism trial begins in New York, accused Al Qaeda propagandist Sulaiman Abu Ghaith again asked a federal judge to dismiss or postpone the proceedings, contending the government had charged the wrong...