London police announced Tuesday the arrest of a 25th suspect in the plot to bomb flights from the UK to the United States. Terrorism and law experts discuss the differences between U.S. and British anti-terror laws.
Refugees International visited several camps in Darfur, Sudan, where fighting between the government and rebel groups has forced at least 25,000 more people to flee their homes and enter the camps. Ken Bacon, President of Refugees International, talks about the…
The Transportation Security Administration eased restrictions on airline passengers Sunday, while the Department of Homeland Security moved the terror threat level down a notch on flights from Britain. TSA chief Kip Hawley discusses the new security measures.
British authorities said suspects in the alleged plot to blow up flights to the United States were men between 17 and 35, and most seemed to be Muslim Britons of Pakistani descent. Experts discuss the link to Pakistan.
The U.N. Security Council moved to authorize the deployment of 15,000 troops to enforce a proposed truce between Israel and Hezbollah militants in southern Lebanon. Experts discuss efforts to end the violence.
A terrorist plot to blow up airliners using liquid explosives was disrupted Thursday in London. Experts Magnus Ranstorp and Daniel Benjamin discuss the terror plot, the plotters and their choice of weapons.
Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff outlines what authorities have learned about the plot to blow up airplanes traveling from Britain to the United States, an attack Chertoff said would have been "comparable to 9/11."…
British authorities announced Thursday that they disrupted a conspiracy to bomb multiple flights to the United States. The attackers planned to use liquid explosives and focus their attacks on flights to New York, Washington D.C., and California. Officials said the…
By PBS NewsHour
A suicide attacker detonated his explosives outside a Shiite shrine in Najaf, Iraq, Thursday, killing at least 35 people and injuring at least 122, the Iraqi army said.
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British authorities on Thursday arrested 21 people reportedly planning to detonate explosives aboard aircraft flying from the UK, prompting U.S. officials to raise the terror alert to "red," its highest level yet, for commercial flights from Britain.
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