Eight bombs blasted commuter trains in India Tuesday, killing more than 140 people in a well-coordinated terrorist attack. A reporter provides an update.
Eight explosions tore through Mumbai’s commuter rail in India’s financial district during rush hour Tuesday, killing at least 147 people and wounding more than 400 in what authorities are calling a well-coordinated attack. Continue reading
Terrorist incidents in Afghanistan, Iraq and Chechnya over the past few days included attacks on coalition forces abroad and the assassination of Chechen militia leader Shamil Basayev. Continue reading
New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly discusses the arrest of three al-Qaida followers suspected of plotting to set off explosives in the Holland Tunnel and PATH railway tunnels under the Hudson River this fall. Continue reading
New York Times executive editor Bill Keller and former National Security Agency Director Adm. Bobby Inman debate the newspaper’s decision to publish articles about the Bush administration’s surveillance of banking records and other intelligence programs. Continue reading
The U.N. Security Council on Wednesday considered whether to impose sanctions on North Korea for test-firing at least seven missiles, including a long-range one that malfunctioned. U.S. envoy Christopher Hill outlines the American response to the test. Continue reading